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- A vast, open fantasy universe offering complete freedom, from the flying zeppelin city of Cloudworks to the mage volcano of Brazer
- More than 150 creatures and bosses
- Create your own character from a choice of four races and release your inner beast by transforming into a fearsome, flesh rending were-beast
- Manage your character's evolution by choosing from 130+ skills and spells
- Build your team of 2 to 8 characters; the way you treat them will affect thier loyalties. Will they become opponents, or friends & lovers?
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Top Customer Reviews
-I found the game highly entertaining.
-I didn't experience any major bugs that I can remember.
-You're choices between Tech and Nature effect the look of Silverfall.
-Cell-shading type of graphics were well done.
-My only real complaint is that it was too easy. I was a combat spec'd Tech Troll, and Even late in the game I was one-shotting things. I was also leveling up every 15 minutes or so. At first it was cool, but after awhile it took away the excitement you normally feel when you ding in other RPGs. Basically, I would say this is a good game for the casual RPG fan, or anyone that just wants to sit down for an hour and bash things.
Bottom line - looking for a more enjoyable and less frustrating RPG to play that's a recent release? Check out Titan Quest.
But otherwise it was a relatively fun game. Sort of resembles a mix of sacred, fate, and revenant. The respawning creatures were a pain - but unlike sacred, they only respawned when you loaded the map. The walkthrough online didn't mention it - but it looks like all the companians have a subquest - tanya for example will ask to see her father's grave once you get near Iz(something?) tomb near the latter half of the game, The elf mage will eventually confront her former mistress (the event happened as I was crossing between the cemetary level and the mountains), and portiz will ask to see his family once you reach silverfall. You'll never have to worry about gold in this game probably. And monsters rarely drop enchanted necklaces, rings, and backpacks, and guns... so you want to hoard these items once you get them. I think the game slightly favors the technological side than the nature side and I suspect that the tech/nature specific companions are the most powerful companions that you can have (gort certain was a powerful melee companion). And if you get weird graphic artifacts, then set the graphics settings to medium. At low settings the game was sort of unplayable as triangles and squares kept on popping up with all spell and dynamic effects.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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this game is like most role playing games no real surprise, but still a nice old school RPG thanks for reading.Published on April 23, 2013 by terry brinker
First of all, this game is a fun way to pass some time. I found positive and negative aspects of the game. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Mark
Where to start..graphics hideous, sound terrible, game play buggy. Avoid unless u can get it for under a buck!!! I think I spent 3.00 for it and am using it for a coaster!Published on April 3, 2012 by Tyrone J. Frey
Maps are awful, and the minimap is just as bad. The enemies are spaces on a grid (nearly) and they gain levels with you!! Read morePublished on October 15, 2010 by Zjwillie
This seems to be a fairly playable and enjoyable game...especially for the price. It took a while to load on my computer... Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by Michael
The game was really fun and enjoyable to play, plus you get an array of characters you can add to your party. Read morePublished on May 25, 2009 by Terry L. Price Jr.