Great for offline use and fairly challenging
Looking for a game to kill some time but, also quite rewarding through battles? Well, this is your go to. I can see this weekend people are looking at the game quite a bit so i thought i'd drop a review for your sakes and add a list of pros and cons. there are some iffy situations in-game that may turn you off but, there is never a 100% perfect game they could always use additional fixes and content. The game overall does deliver but, i wouldn't go as far as to pick it up for full price, now that would be quite absurd.
+Although bad dialogue, it is quite hilarious 90% of the time.
+Unique battle system
+Can be played offline
+Able to mix n' match skills across three different skill sets
+Customizable armor (can be changed visually and add-ons to the armor sets are possible)
+Straight-forward questline/stroyline (it will most likely never become lost)
+Visually pleasing bosses/monsters that you'll find quite awesome
+Crafting system (don't have to drop gold on every single thing you need)
+Sketchy dialogue (the actors weren't that great although they were funny)
+Time consuming combat
+Linear world (not rly open world but, there's a lot of area to move around)
+Not worth 40$ (if it's not on sale, you can't partake in this coolness)
+The archer style isn't really much of a skill, not dependable at al
+Overwhelming and unfair battles (depending on what difficulty u pick of course)
+Fairly short (10-15 hours of solid gameplay on normal, 25-30 levels of solid content)
+No competition (a lot mmos offer player competition but, this one surely doesn't)
+Not much replay value, after you finisht the game once you probably won't feel inclined to do it once more
+The name you choose doesn't carry over to your game (#foreverVulcan)
Hope this helps during your decision to purchase the game or not, i think it's good for 20$ but, not entirely worth it for 40$. Please don't mistake this game for an elder scrolls game or "dark souls" series, it's no where near as hard as dark souls and lacks the content/customization elder scrolls offers so it falls into it's own class of game.
With regards, your friendly gamer.