A Celt-punk action-adventure set in a future Ireland ravaged by technomagical war and economic collapse, humanity clings on by using the remnants of technology that survive. Our hero must venture into lands unexplored, twisted by strange and mythical powers.
User reviews: Mostly Negative (64 reviews)
Release Date: Mar 17, 2014
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Forged from an ancient tale of Celtic mythology. An action-adventure set in a future Ireland devastated by technomagical war and economic collapse, humanity clings on by using the remnants of technology that survive. When their ancient spring of life begins to fail, an unwanted orphan child must leave the safety of his villages' mountaintop refuge. With only an ancient sword and a mysterious metal glove, he ventures into lands unexplored and twisted by strange ancient powers.


  • Celtic-punk – a fusion of Celtic and steampunk aesthetics
  • A rich and intriguing world, brought to life by beautiful hand-drawn sketches, lovingly painted and animated in high resolution
  • A lush world populated with strange creatures and vicious enemies, born in the cauldron of war
  • Fast-paced combat and epic boss encounters
  • Combat Arena with unlockable arenas and high scores
  • Critically acclaimed original soundtrack – Music from Irelands premier independent electronic artists
  • Play in Irish – a full Irish translation of the game.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista 7, 8
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core or Greater
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card (shader model 2)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 1000 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual-Core Processor
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card
    • Hard Drive: 1000 MB available space
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual-Core Processor
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card
    • Hard Drive: 1100 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 6
It tries too hard to be bastion, but has clunky controls, isn't very interesting, and failed to captivate me. The art doesn't blend well, and the NPC's seem a little "Stupid"
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70 of 80 people (88%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 17, 2014
This game looks like it is a blast, seems like an Irish Bastion right? It turns out to be a terrible port and not worth a 5 dollar price.

-Intriging story
-New setting
-Great art style
-Intresting concept

-Terrible textures, texutes don't all match, some have darker outlines and some don't, no shadows, everything looks flat
-Poor sound effects, I had to turn down the footsteps, they are not smooth and the chain hit sound blasts louder than the others
-Horrible controls, says full controller support but I had issues with the controller sticking and the buttons it says to press dont work (example it said to push "a" but the actually button was the trigger) also it wanted me to middle click which is not intuitive at all
-Dialouge boxes don't work well, I had problems navigating through the lines and when they closed they would flash for a frame or two
-Dialouge is written like a tumblr fan fic, early on the dialouge said " *Ku walks forward and raises his had* " which brings us to our next con
-Animations are not smooth, they don't flow with the movment and the cutscenses are just controlled walking.
-Music played by the early npc musicians was incredibly repititive, literally 4 seconds and looped for multiple npcs. I did not hear any other music after this so I do not know the quality later on
-Dialouge is written is a script like context, instead of a box at the top it says like "Culan: Ku, blah blah blah" and the name is the same color as the rest of the text.

This game is a tossed together ios port with an asking price that is not worth it. I could recommend the game at around $2.50 but not at $5, This was written on March 17 so the game might get future updates to improve. I would love to play this game but the flaws are too much at this current point. I hope they update to fix some of these issues.
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25 of 30 people (83%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 18, 2014
I really want to like this game.
The art style is lush; the story is promising and what I've heard of the music so far is great too.

However the game itself is disappointing to play.

- The sound effects are strange bordering on unpleasant. The "poing" combo attacks in particular are annoying.
- The controls and movement are clunky. I was playing with a mouse and clicking to move too often sent me in the opposite direction.
- There's no choice during cut-scene exposition so breaking that up into sentences which need to be clicked in turn is unnecessary.
- The script could also do with a good proofread / edit / rewrite.
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19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 19, 2014
Buggy, glitchy and sluggish, in addition to blurry graphics and limited animations, Ku has been nothing but a disappointment so far. Avoid for now.

[Rating: 35/100]
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22 of 28 people (79%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 19, 2014
K:SotM is an incredibly short game. It took me under an hour & a half to complete, and I ran around searching every corner of each map.

It says it all that the length is my lasting impression of this game. It doesn't really have all that much going for it besides the visuals. The general look of the game reminded me a little of Bastion, but K:SotM does have its own unique look. The game presents itself as a top-down action game with a very distinct art style almost like each moving part of a character model is a separate cut-out drawing. This is rather pleasing on the eye, although some models have clearly had less attention than others. The screen is also too focused on the player, so you cannot see very far in any direction. I also had to use Task Manager to close the game at one point in the story, as an image that covers over almost the entire screenspace would not go away and the menu was unresponsive.

The game control scheme includes gamepad usage, however I could not get my official 360 wired control to work (and Steam forums are littered with others having issues with different controls). Instead, I had to use my mouse to play the game where left clicking moves your character & attacks, right-click performs a dodge roll, and space bar fires your projectile. The input of what I pressed on my mouse was frequently ignored by the game, causing me to stop moving at crucial moments, or for it to not use the correct weapon. The combat felt very clunky because of this. Also, there is only 1 melee weapon, and 1 projectile weapon. The lack of variety, no abilities, and only 1 melee combo attack mean that combat gets very stale regardless of the enemies. There also is not a huge range of enemies in the short campaign, although there are more variants of these enemies in the combat arena mode which adds a little extra lifespan to the game.

The audio is rather bland. There is not much of a soundtrack, none of the characters are voiced, and there are only a few sound effects in the game.

So to summarise: I do not recommend K:SotM, even if you have spare money to burn and it is on a heavy discount. There simply is not enough content here, and even if there was the gameplay is too repetitive and glitchy.
To top it all off, the game ends on a humongous cliff-hanger that cannot really be justified when the game is so short.
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19 of 26 people (73%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 23, 2014
Unlike many indie games, this one looks good but it's actually bad.
It's super glitchy, pretty ugly (many sprites are recycled), extremely short (1h30 of gameplay), the soundtrack will make you sick the rare times it's present, the combat system is disgustingly poor, the story doesn't make sense... among many other flaws. Get it for a minimal price or don't.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 22, 2014
I am sorry to write this but this has to be done.

I was really excited about this game, hoping for another Bastion with some more of a Zelda-like twist to it, all of that in a interesting setting based on the Celtic lore.

What I've got instead is a shoddy mobile game that fails to adapt to proper, traditional controls - its interpretation of mouse clicks is laughable, still relaying on a way too large waypoint crutch, originally used for the touch input, which results in imprecise, frustrating controls and leads to really shoddy animation loops - like the one infinite run you get on all the elevators.

Gamepad input is even worse - I've tested with a wired 360 controller - menus don't navigate properly, Ku is infinitely running in place when left analog stick is in neutral position, mouse cursor disappears in the menus while controller is plugged, controls while talking to NPCs are sluggish, easily resulting in nigh-infinite conversation loops. I got too frustrated with them in the beginning to even try going back to them when combat started, so I am no able to comment on that.
I am not sure if there is a DirectInput gampead support yet - Buttons might be rebindable via *sighs* Unity launcher.

Combat. It sucks. Okay, let's elaborate:
LMB: dash to an enemy and hit it, switching enemies will chain hits, up to, I think, 4, each of the hits after the first one resulting in more and more irritatingly high pitched sound effects.
RMB: Dodge roll, uses 1 stamina, stamina bar has 3 charges [at least at the start of the game] - I didn't find it reliable in battle, as it didn't trigger all the time while in combat - though it might be related to my facing or direction of the right mouse click, so I can't truly judge that yet.
And that's it for the start - insanely boring, and really not as responsive as it should. I'd rather play Diablo 1. at least it works properly and reliably. Combat mechanics fail utterly.

And it gets worse. Not long after the beginning of the game proper you get a weapon that allows you to fire, for free, every second or so, a blue projectile that COMPLETELY PARALYSES basic enemies. Yeah, think about that for a second. Nice way to make the combat even less substantial. It's bound to MMB, or it's, supposedly, able to be fired by clicking [presumably LMB] and then SWIPING in a desired direction - it never worked for me though, but well, we generally don't swipe on PC.

Story starts slowly, wasn't paying much attention to it due to growing irritation. No obvious typos, or grammar problems from what I've seen. Text available in English and Irish!

And after all this bitter grievances time for the stuff I actually liked: the graphic style and the music - the brass steampunk characters and structures contrast nicely with lush green environment, and soundtrack seems quite fitting, and miles above the quality of sound effects.

Game runs okay, even on my rubbish laptop, it's an Unity game, and, sadly, all options are in the launcher in the form of those idiotic profiles (e.g. Beautiful) - please devs, DON'T DO THAT, you can do proper options in Unity too!

I was forced to stop playing the game on that weird maybe flappy bird inspired thing which failed to work for me - craft dropped down no matter how I've pressed the LMB [neither one long press nor clicking like a maniac resulted in any sort of response]. I quit to main menu after that. Weirdly enough, when I tried to "Continue" later on, it failed to load my character and it's bird, or made them invisible - Level seemed to scroll okay though, so I think I was unable to reach the failure state - yet another case of poor QA in this title.

So let's recap: Basic MOBILE Zelda-like Action-rpg in brazen steampunk Irish setting. Terrible controls, Bad animations, Irritating sound effects. Interesting art direction and fitting music. Lackluster mechanics. Broken game section.

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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 13, 2014
Do not buy this game under any circumstances.

First of all Ku: Shroud of Crap looks a bit tempting art-wise but don't let it fool you! This poor-mans-bastion is very clunky in action and suffers from terrible controls. Your basic attack can only be used when enemies are seen and you walk towards them - this you can "combo" into 4 hits to different enemies by targeting them, each attack getting slightly more powerful than the last one. Sounds decent but NOOOOO. Computer says NO several times. Basically you just hit an enemy, use rolling to get away from it's attacks and get rewarded by a weird BLIMB-sound when the enemy is struck. After several hits it just falls down and you might get a health orb from it. It this point I was so excited by the fascinating gameplay that I vomited.

Animation is utterly, hideously deformed puppetry. Characters feel and look like paper models and even if it's artstyle decision it's so very wrong.

Quests in this action rpg (buahahaha) consist of fetch quests through uninspired landscape fighting humanlike insects and avoiding being blasted by electric toilets that roam the country.

Finally I got to fly this coppermade chicken, dodging stormclouds with epic flappy birds controls (seriously, it's just pushing a button to get higher) and to my surprise got an achievement "Flappy Birds". You can't believe the joy and accomplisment that I felt. Something childlike, blue-eyed died inside me there.
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 23, 2014
I didn't like this game.

The combat isn't really accurate, with problems like the attack button not working from time to time when playing with a pad based on if there's a corpse around near the enemy you're attacking, though it also happened with the big enemies while playing in the arena and no enemy corpses around.

With a pad my character kept walking on the spot even after I stopped moving the stick/hitting the d-pad and I couldn't interact with the fighting trainer at the start. Had to resort to use the mouse, though that meant not having a mouse pointer when going in the menu (or at the start screen), which made quitting the arena after a game over quite annoying.

I didn't complete the game because after getting past the falling rocks part, some sort of problem/bug had me stuck there in cutscene mode and I really didn't feel like continuing on since I didn't have any fun while playing.

The only positive I can see is that the art is pleasing, but sadly that does nothing for the gameplay which I found really lacking.
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2014
The visual design is typically nice, unique and artistic. However every other aspect of this game... from sound design to npc interaction to core gameplay is unremarkable and leans toward being annoying. Your money can be better spent elsewhere.
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8 of 13 people (62%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 29, 2014
Ku:SOTM is a point and click action and puzzle game in which you control Ku, a 12 year old troublesome boy who is sent on a quest to retrieve a ring of power to keep your village sustained with energy. Filled with puzzles, combat and set in a unique world it's surely a winning recipe, right?

When you first emerge from the tunnels you are greeted with a colourful, friendly village full of interactive characters (make sure you speak to them all and you will be rewarded with an achievement). Speaking to them provides you with information about the main protagonist Ku who is an unruly youth constantly getting himself into trouble. Your first mission is to head out to find the leader of the village. Once you speak with him about the ring that went missing, he explains that it is the main energy source for the village and without it they are doomed. That is where your quest begins, you are ordered to head into the wilderness and hunt down a replacement ring from the North.

As you travel through the lands you are pitted against a variety of enemies and puzzles that block your path. You must hack and slash your way through your foes and chain together combos in order to do more damage and finish them off quicker.

The combat system actually turned out to be a lot of fun as it involved quickly stunning enemies, getting as many hits in as possible and then diving back out before you get hit. This can lead to some very tense albeit short battles that involve you having to be brave and tactical. The Combat Arena takes the combat to the next level pitting you against constant hordes of enemies to win score based on the number of enemies you defeat and rounds you clear. There are 4 levels to be played within the Combat Arena, each of which gets progressively more difficult. There is a leaderboard function on the game also, for you to compare your standing in the world however it was not working at the time of writing.

As I mentioned the game does not revolve entirely around the combat, there are in fact puzzles to solve in order to progress through the game. Although incredibly simple to solve they do offer a well needed variety to the game. They usually involved dragging an item with your mouse, or hitting certain posts to open a door, nothing too challenging but fun all the same.

The whole game is controlled by only the mouse which in fairness was all the game needed. You left click to move and attack, right click to roll/dodge and hit the middle button to fire your stun laser. Unfortunately the controls do feel clunky at times, especially when you are in the middle of combat and you really need to react quickly!

Musically the game felt very vacant and desolate. The music that was playing in the background was generally quiet and didn't really create much of an atmosphere. A large portion of the time I found myself concentrating more on the sounds of my own footsteps than the music itself. The only real exception to this is when you are in the village and you stand near someone playing an instrument.

Artistically is where the game really shows it's true potential. The artwork in this game is brilliant with some very interesting character designs, however the graphics really don't do them justice. Its a shame really as the game shows some true artistic potential which really hasn't been utilised.

Overall I think the game had a lot of potential but unfortunately it wasn't able to capitalise on it's strengths. The price at time of writing is £3.99 on Steam which isn't too steep but it could do with being longer. Taking only around 2 hours complete you barely feel as though the game has begun when the end credits begin to roll.

5/10 - Fun to play while it lasted but could do with polishing.
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13 of 23 people (57%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 19, 2014
I totally enjoyed this game, it plays really well. You can control the boy with a mouse as I did or you can use a controller if you'd prefer, either way it plays well, but I prefer a mouse and keyboard with this game. This Adventure game is fairly short which I like, as it does not drag on like other games can. KU is quite easy to play there are not alot of enemys coming at you, so if you dont like difficult games then this is a good game for you. The handdrawn artwork is very nice and unique. Also there are some fighting Arenas that open up at the end, so you can test your skills out there. My advise would be look at some youtube videos of the game, as thats what helped me make my choice to buy this game and see what you think of it. I have no regrets buying this game, I feel it was worth it, although quite short .... To the DEVELOPERS, this is a very nice game in my opinion, It does play really well now. I hope there are more chapters coming to this nice game, as I'd like to see more to this story about KU ; ) Keep up the fantastic work you are all doing and THANK YOU. : )
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 29, 2014
I enjoyed Ku, it’s a fun little action game. The best part are the graphics, very golic and vibrant. The combat works OK, it’s not that deep but it is fun for the 3 or so hours the game takes to complete. There are a good variety of bad guys to face that require different strategies, and both an up close attack and a ranged stun attack There are a few puzzles, but nothing very difficult. It has a cliffhanger ending, stating that there will be a next chapter, so if that kind of thing bugs you then steer clear, but I personally like short games that are fun throughout so it did not bother me. I played with an X360 gamepad, it worked well, very intuitive controls and out of the box support and mapping. I did run into a bug near the end, but a restart resolved it, otherwise no problems. For the price it’s a fun and pretty few hours, looking forward to the next chapter.
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 29, 2014
I made a video review to show off some of the features and gameplay of this game!
I hope you enjoy!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 26, 2014
The game has nice art, but everything else sucks horribly.
* the engine is so bug-ridden that it took a lot of creativity to be able to finish it, even though it is very short (probably possible to finish in two hours, if not for the bugs). The protagonist gets stuck in walls, walks to the wrong place and dies or gets stuck during cinematics, quest progress is reset when leaving an area (e.g. at the beginning do the tasks required by the weapon master, leave the area and return; the guards once again won't let you leave the camp and you have to do all the tasks once more). The controls are erratic, evasive action does not work half the time.
* the enemies are boring, there is absolutely no challange in fighting them, even before obtaining the ranged weapon. The bosses take a lot of hits, but still do not require anything more sophisticated than attack-evade-repeat.
* there is barely even an attempt at creating a story, you are just told to go and do stuff and you go and do it, without any attempt at explanation or involving the player emotionally. Also, as nice as the visuals are, just throwing in a bunch of random names from Irish mythology is not world-building. The game is very short, and just stops halfway ("to be continued" - I would expect the description to at least mention that you are only buying episode 1).
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 25, 2014
In this game, developed by bitSmith Games out of Dublin, you will be playing the part of Ku a very undersized individual of a village that is in serious trouble. It turns out that someone has made off with the power ring that helped power the village, and now without it the village is in grave danger. You decide that you are the only one that can do the job so you are sent on an adventure to the outside world, a place that no one really knows about, and is said to be full of danger.

Graphically the game looks like it was hand drawn by a very skilled artist. Unfortunately some of the effect of the art is ruined by the fact that the background layering on the screen mixed with your character's position is a bit all over the place. What I mean by that is that there are times where your character might accidentally lose his head, graphically, because of something that is supposedly behind the character but is being rendered in a layer in front of him. Overall, though, the enemies, other characters, and environments look amazing.

The music fits the game nicely and I could definitely listen to it even with the game not on. My one issue is that the settings for sound and music levels do not save from play session to play session. So if you have that perfect balance that you want in the game, you are going to have to either take a screenshot, to make sure you get it back the way that it was, or you are in for a rude awakening if you play the game a second time.

The controls are probably the thing that doom this game the most. I do not know what happened with the controls, but I can tell you that it was not good. I started off playing with the mouse, and apparently you should be able to play the whole game with just the mouse, but it turns out that my middle mouse button, or the wheel, did not register in the game, and you need for it to work to get you out of some situations, or to solve a puzzle. Thankfully the spacebar works as a substitute. Then I got to the flying portion of the game and found that no matter what buttons I pushed, including the left mouse button, which was shown on the screen to me, there was no key registering in the game, and I crashed and burned each time. Now that caused me to have to break up my gaming sessions because I needed to then find a controller to test the game with. When I plugged in the 360 controller I found that the mouse button now worked, but as I had plugged in the controller, I wanted to play the rest of the game with the controller. Sadly this was not a permanent solution for playing the game. Several times during my second play session I had to revert back to using the mouse because I could never get the precision, or the comfort of playing with the controller during battles. It was completely hit or miss.

Alright so lets get into the actual game play. First off whomever wrote the script really should have read over it as there were some very odd choice of words used. I felt like they were trying to show how smart they could be by using seldomly used big words, instead of using language that would help the player better understand what was going on. There were also some glaring issues that drive an OCD person crazy. When entering a cutscene, if you were using the mouse chances were that you could be locked into a perpetual state of running during it, and since there were no voices to what was going on, all you could hear while you read the dialogue was the sound of your character running. Speaking of which, if you accidentally over-run the point in the level where you are about to face off against the fire bolg, it will kill you during the cutscene, literally every time. Oh and speaking of that beast, if you are stuck in a state of running when you finally have to face off against him, which you really don't get to do, you will see the cliff give way and your character will run FOREVER in the sky, and you can't advance the game. The final quick thing I have to say about this game is that it is an hour and a half game, with a to be continued slapped on the end. With that short of a playthrough, the developers should have added the to be continued on to this game.

Now there was one thing that I think the game got right and that was the use of the power glove that your character had that allowed him to lift objects in the level and position them where you would like. Speaking of the levels, I think a map could have been nice in the game, and also if the game is supposed to be linear, point a to point b, type of game, they need to make entrances to different parts of the level disappear, block it, close a door on it, something because gamers will want to backtrack if they think they might have missed something. Alright, one last thing, the random load screens that have nice drawings on them, but don't really do anything for the game, except will not disappear until you have clicked on the button, or pressed the B key if you are using the controller, it feels like the artist had some more ideas that weren't put into the game and so this is how they displayed them. It would have been nice if the game just incorporated those into cutscenes.

Alright so here's the deal folks, this could potentially be a good game, but they should have tested this game to its full extent, and also work out some of the obvious kinks in the game. I wish I could give this game a score based on potential, but that would be unfair, so I've got to say avoid this game, at least for now, and I give it a 3.7 out of 10.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 21, 2014
Game is extremely bugged, at the moment it can't be completed at all because of an unavoidable gamestopping bug in chapter 2. There are other gamebreaking bugs that can be avoided, but if you run into one it means starting over as there is just one checkpoint save. Exploring and backtracking is absolutely NOT recommended here unless you manually back up your save. Which is a chore as it doesn't always save when you enter a new area, so chances are if you try to do manual backups you will end up replaying a lot of maps. Also, game can't be reloaded as exiting and reentering breaks controls. Have to restart for controls to respond again.

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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 14, 2014
I really liked this game. Yeah it is short, but it is interesting and different. The idea is very itresting and sad showing a deep and pleasurable experience that shows in some ways the plight of the Irish and celts in general. Can't wait for part 2 and considering this game is 5 dollars why haven't you bought it.
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7 of 13 people (54%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 10, 2014
Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan has a lot of bad reviews and a lot of the complaints about the game are true. That being said, I like the game. I have played games with similar issues and have just dealt with it. I have been gaming since Atari, through the 8-bit era and now with the incredible realistic graphics of today. I like the graphics, they aren't perfect, but its a $4.99 game, don't expect more. The game controlls stall out occaisionally, frusterating but not a game breaker. Combat is not always responsive and is sluggish at times. I've played better and worse, so I deal with it. The story is intriguing, I haven't finished it yet, so maybe my view on this game will change. If my opinion changes, I will edit my review. 6/10
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4 of 8 people (50%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 6, 2014
Well, what can i say about this game... It's a mobile port and it shows, the combat is really simplistic (and it can be really awfull when you have to fight), left click moves and attacks and right click the character dodges... just that, nothing more...

The sound, oh my god, the sound is so awful, the music it's... ok... but the sound effects are so annoying, the "claps" when the character is running and the "boings" when you're doing a combo, it's so bad.

Not everything is bad in this game, the artwork is original and interesting, same can be said for the story BUT... spoiler alert, the story is incomplete, you end in a cliffhanger and wait for the sequel (will there be one?).

The lenght of the game can be a good thing since it's too short (1~2 hours) and thank god it's like that since it was getting boring after the initial 15~20 minutes.

I really can't recomend this game in anyway, it has some potential (story and artwork) but it fails in so many aspects that it can't compensate for that potential...
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