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Fresh out of the lair of Dreamatrix Game Studios, Legends of Dawn invites players to the brutal northerly reaches of Narr. Survival depends on you, your magic and your sword. What sets Legends of Dawn apart, is the freedom of play expressed in several key attributes that are rarely seen in typical RPG genres.
Veröffentlichung: 27 Juni 2013
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Fresh out of the lair of Dreamatrix Game Studios, Legends of Dawn invites players to the brutal northerly reaches of Narr. Survival depends on you, your magic and your sword.
What sets Legends of Dawn apart, is the freedom of play expressed in several key attributes that are rarely seen in typical RPG genres. We have poured our passion and creativity into taking you on an enthralling ride away from wearisome reality, by providing you with the choice to be whatever your heart desires, in Legends of Dawn.

Of course, the choices you make during game play does not prevent you from trying something else later, or simultaneously if you wish. You could combine the sword and the magic, be a powerful crafter or anything else. Legends of Dawn liberates from class restrictions unlike real life. Class, race and differences exist within the game but after choosing your own race and gender, all else can be altered without restarting the game.

Another quality that makes Legends of Dawn interesting, is the freedom of direction and movement. Most games force a player to follow the main storyline and forbid any deviation, or significant veering off the set course. Legends of Dawn is more sympathetic to your playing needs. You are free to wander wherever tickles your fancy within the continent, without limitations, under one condition. Stay alive. We have been careful to ensure that the quests only suggest, rather than impose direction of movement. Your journey is in your hands alone.

In addition to all those remarkable features already mentioned, you are bound to notice another cool thing about Legends of Dawn. The absence of loading screen. It would have been so much easier to create a game that would constantly force you to wait before the screen while new contents load, but Dreamatrix is aware that your time is too valuable to waste. We put our heads together and created our very own engine that discreetly streams content in the background, in real time. You are free to enter houses, caves, dungeons, temples, new regions and so much more, without those pesky loading screens interrupting your playing pleasure.

In order to provide you with such blissful range of possibilities, we had to create a rather large world called Narr. The world of Narr in Legends of Dawn, spans across continents through stunning picturesque landscape that stimulates the mind. There are magical regions where the mountains and hills defy gravity, buoyant as balloons. We have also created countless dungeons awaiting for you to discover what mysteries lie within their cold depths, as well as camps, impressive docks and grim fortresses that bear silent witness to battles. Mausoleums and cemeteries also await your exploration. The hikes over unforgiving mountains and canyons are sure to thrill the most ardent explorer. Graceful flying islands and mystical swamps instil a sense of awe that could nudge you to cross the threshold of the serene temples and shrines to pay your respects to the gods of the land. With so much more on offer than is mentioned here, there is no reason why Legends of Dawn should not become your favourite RPG.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 Ghz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 Mb RAM, supporting Pixel Shader 3.0 (Nvidia GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon HD3850)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:8500 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectSound compatible sound card
    • Additional:Game uses resources streaming to avoid loading screens therefore SSD or fast HD is highly recommended
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Quad or AMD Phenom X4
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:1 Gb RAM, supporting Pixel Shader 3.0 (Nvidia GeForce GTX260 or ATI Radeon HD4850)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:8500 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectSound compatible sound card
    • Additional:Game uses resources streaming to avoid loading screens therefore SSD or fast HD is highly recommended
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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2 Reviews
14.8 Std. insgesamt
Ich wollte dem Game eine faire Chance geben aber leider fehlt es an so ziemlich allem was ein gutes RPG ausmacht. Die Charaktererstellung zwingt einem zwar keine Klasse auf aber ist so trocken wie altes Brot. Danach wird man ins Spiel geworfen und muss zusehen wie man klarkommt. Schon bei der ersten Quest im Anfangsörtchen (das im Übrigen den Charme einer verlassenen Siedlung in der russischen Pampa versprüht), merkt man schnell dass man hier nicht geholfen wird. Was man tun soll bekommt man aufs Auge gedrückt aber weder wohin man muss und so gehts weiter. Das Spiel nimmt einen nicht bei der Hand sondern sagt eher "Nun mach mal!".

Die Grafikengine ist eine Eigenentwicklung und sieht an sich ganz nett aus. Wenn da nicht das trostlose rumlatschen wäre...

Potential hätte das Game aber leider wurde das nicht annähernd ausgeschöpft.
Verfasst: 26 März 2014
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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9 Reviews
0.1 Std. insgesamt
Ich kann das Spiel nicht empfehlen.
Der grafische Stil wirkt wie ein Sacred 2-Klon und läuft selbst auf aktueller Hardware nicht 100% flüssig (was mich ebenfalls an Sacred 2 erinnert).
Im Gegensatz zu ähnlichen Spielen muss man immer wieder Klicken um den Charakter zum Laufen zu ermutigen - ein Halten der linken Maustaste wird vom Spiel nicht honoriert.
Dafür gibt es eine rechte Maustaste die, quasi als Aktionstaste, sowohl für Angriffe als auch zum Kisten öffnen und NPCs ansprechen verwendet wird und sogar die Kamera drehen lässt.
Warum es nicht auch ein Linksklick tut?
Das erfährt man nicht.

Gekrönt wird die wenig intuitive Steuerung dann von Bugs.
Sobald es ein wenig bergauf geht bleibt der Charakter einfach stehen und bewegt sich - mit jedem weiteren Klick - kaum spürbar weiter, ehe er wieder stehen bleibt.
Ähnlich clever ist die Wegfindung oder eher der Mangel dieser...
Der Charakter läuft immer den direkten Weg zum angeklickten Punkt und bleibt dabei auch an Kisten oder Ähnlichem hängen.
Charaktere und Kisten kann man auch nicht einfach rechtsklicken sondern muss zuerst zu diesen hinlaufen und dann rechtsklicken.
Quasi als nette Beigabe gibt es dann noch Clippingfehler (ich bin anfangs vom Pier gefallen und ertrunken) und eine dämliche KI (der erste Gegner hat mir einen Schlag verpasst und ist dann davon gelaufen).

Warum das Spiel KEIN Early Access in der Beschreibung trägt ist mir unverständlich, da es definitiv noch nicht fertig sein sollte.
Im aktuellen Zustand kann man nur einen weiten Bogen um Legends of Dawn machen!
Verfasst: 6 April 2014
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24 von 26 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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4 Reviews
1.2 Std. insgesamt
I usually refrain from giving negative reviews to anything, but this one made me personally message all of my friends which had the game on their Wishlist.
Lots of great ideas, but an extremely poor implementation.
They should officially apologize to anyone who backed them on their Crowdfunding. It shows the clear flaw on Greenlight, where you vote a game up or down based on what it should be, and not on what it is.

This Diablo-like game is as repetitive as it gets, and does nothing to guide you, as a player. Your first character will probably be a bad one since there's no way to understand anything on the beginning. But that doesn't mean you'll have to restart, the game is rather easy and simplistic under its "Complexity Hood," that is but an illusion coming from the game's incompetent contextualization.

In the end, it is another 'click until its dead, repeat', and an easy one. The combat is slow paced and monotonous. The enemies are always simple and their AI is just plainly bad. The interface is just impracticable, to take an item out of a container is probably the first challenge of the game when you start to play. The game's camera is probably the worse I've seen in, long, long years.

The game has the clear symptoms of an ambitious design. But unmet ambition means nothing. It is probably the worst RPG game I've played since I first laid my hands on the genre 15+ years ago, and I've been through a lot of them.
Verfasst: 26 Januar 2014
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16 von 16 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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2 Reviews
27.7 Std. insgesamt
This game hurt me. It's a game I regretfully thumbed up in greenlight and foolishly bought on broken promises and standard expectations. Like functionality.I wrote a review on this in the discussions awhile ago, but noticed we now have a proper review system for games in the store. So here I am to explain to you why this game is not only not worth your time, but why you should be angry at people like me for greenlighting it.

First, we'll start with what the game gets right. It has some pretty nice music. Really good music, actually, that I'd love to get on a CD. And... that's about it.

Nearly every other aspect of this game is either underwhelming, flawed, badly designed, non-sensical, or just plain broken. The biggest issue this game has been suffering, from day 1, is the framerate. It is absolutely unbelievable how wretched it is. I kid you not when I say, the biggest struggle you'll have in this game is walking through town. Just about everywhere you go in this game the framerate is insultingly bad. I don't know whether to attribute it to poor optimization, or the fact that the developers attempted to seamlessly stream the open-world in this game. The only time the framerate wasn't an issue was in dungeons.

The game is hack/slash, but is so underwhelming that it's almost not even worth mentioning. The animations are terrible. There is no impact on your weapon. Enemies feel unbalanced because the progression and pacing in this world is terrible. The only thing kind of cool about combat are the spells (which you can make, like a fireball or acid ball), which do feel impactful. Unfortunately, the effects themselves look like something ripped out of a game from the 90's. They are HIDEOUS! The monsters were also fairly unimpressive, with only a few standing out here and there (like the tree monsters).

Quests are boring, unemmorable, and sometimes not clearly layed out or explained for you. There are no interesting people in this game. I can not remember a single name from any of the npcs, or MY character for that matter. If there's a main plot, it seems to get lost at some point. The whole purpose of the game seems to be to explore every single inch of the world to find artifacts to reforge The Dawn (no, I still don't know if it's some kind of physical artifact or abstract idea of enlightenment), to save the world from... uhhh... darkness? The game really doesn't do a good job of explaining wtf is going on. Voice acting is terrible and rarely there. There are no npc companions of any sort, making the whole game feel like a lonely experience. Oh, and there's no interesting loot.

The game is full of non-sensical design choices that are either there to waste your time or ♥♥♥♥ you off. Your inventory is too small. Not because loot fills up quickly in your inventory (which it does), but because you have to devoute 1/3 or even more of it to these runes that you use to open up chests in this ridiculous mini-game that requires you have the runes in order to open the chest, which makes the keys in the game worthless and makes me question the sanity of everyone in this world who uses these runes to lock their chests. Water kills you if you walk too deep into it. Apparently your character is such an incompetent soldier that they can't swim a few feet back to shore. Traps in dungeons can be dangerous in the beginning of the game, but just became minor nuisances. Some of them are unavoidable, and others are literally there just to waste your time. When I had a cage drop on me, I thought I was getting captured by a villain or something and waited a whole minute for something to happen. Turns out the door on the cage could just be opened without anything. Does that make ANY sense to you? The most annoying design choice, however, has to be the traveling. There is no fast travel, and this game is fairly big in terms of size. So getting around is padding in itself. Also, no tutorial. The devs demand players look at the manual, which I find downright silly in a modern game.

Oh, and this will make you laugh. I reinstalled the game a second time after I quit on my first attempt to play it all the way through just so I could give a full review of the game. Guess what? IT DIDN'T SAVE! I had to start all over again!

Legends of Dawn was marketed as an oldschool rpg with no handholding; a concept I was too young to appreciate, but wasn't curious about. What I found was terrible game design/optimization; a boring story (if there was ever one to begin with); and that I was robbed 27 hours of my life at the end. The game was so bad and broken that I just couldn't bring myself to go all the way through. Game sits on a 1/10, with perhaps a chance to get a 2 or 3 when (if ever) it is fully optimized; and that's me being generous. It is a game that completely wastes everyone's time. You can get way better rpgs for less if you look around. Avoid this title, or send it as a gift to your worst enemies on steam. I, for one, am done with it.

Verfasst: 11 Februar 2014
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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1.7 Std. insgesamt
I wanted to like this game. I wanted to like it so badly. But Legends of Dawn seems to go out of it's way to make itself both unlikable and unplayable. I could have been a good game, but horrible controls, bad camera angles and a mostly empty landscape make it simply not fun. I hate giving negative reviews on anything, but if I can spare someone wasting their money on this one, it's worth it to me.
Verfasst: 10 Februar 2014
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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14.8 Std. insgesamt
Ich wollte dem Game eine faire Chance geben aber leider fehlt es an so ziemlich allem was ein gutes RPG ausmacht. Die Charaktererstellung zwingt einem zwar keine Klasse auf aber ist so trocken wie altes Brot. Danach wird man ins Spiel geworfen und muss zusehen wie man klarkommt. Schon bei der ersten Quest im Anfangsörtchen (das im Übrigen den Charme einer verlassenen Siedlung in der russischen Pampa versprüht), merkt man schnell dass man hier nicht geholfen wird. Was man tun soll bekommt man aufs Auge gedrückt aber weder wohin man muss und so gehts weiter. Das Spiel nimmt einen nicht bei der Hand sondern sagt eher "Nun mach mal!".

Die Grafikengine ist eine Eigenentwicklung und sieht an sich ganz nett aus. Wenn da nicht das trostlose rumlatschen wäre...

Potential hätte das Game aber leider wurde das nicht annähernd ausgeschöpft.
Verfasst: 26 März 2014
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein