In this extensive old-school RPG, explore countless unique places, defeat tons of enemies and complete richly developed quests. The game features addictive gameplay and an adventure worth about 40H of playtime.
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Veröffentlichung: 28. März 2014

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“When all is said and done, 3 Stars of Destiny is the smoothest game Aldorlea has created so far and the one I had the most fun with”
87 – RPG Fan

“Over all, 3 Stars of Destiny is an entertaining role playing game. If you like final fantasy type games, you will enjoy this game too”
N/A – Casual Gamer Chick

“Fans of traditional role-playing will probably find a lot to like about this sprite-based adventure from Aldorlea Games”
70 – Gamezebo

Über dieses Spiel

Backstory

Random, Sarah and Luciana are three teenagers who do not know each other yet. They also do not know that they hold a very special power inside of them.
But someone knows. An evil god. His goal is to lure the three of them into the deadliest of traps and absorb their power. Will he succeed? Or can you lead the soon-to-become heroes to face and defeat their worst nightmare? Play this oustanding adventure and find out!

Details

3 Stars of Destiny is a fantastic 2D RPG by the makers of the Millennium series and The Book of Legends. In this extensive adventure, explore countless unique places, defeat tons of enemies and complete richly developed quests. The game features addictive gameplay and an adventure worth tens of hours of playtime.

3 Stars of Destiny was rated:
  • 4.2/5 by Gamersgate players
  • 4.9/5 by Big Fish Games players

Key Features:

  • 50 achievements to unlock
  • 80 hours of playing
  • 10 Legendary Heroes
  • 50 Quests
  • 9 Relics and Artifacts to discover

Full List of Aldorlea Games Available on Steam


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Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
    • Prozessor: 1.6 GHz
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 128 MB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Speicherplatz: 100 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    • Soundkarte: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Berein
( 20.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 6. Juni
I love Aldorlea games. But this one is one of their early creations, and it is terrible. The dungeon complexity is astounishing, the mob difficulty is ridiculous, and the button mashing puzzles are frustrating. Do not recommend this game, unless it is on sale so you can buy the guide to avoid many of the aforementioned troubles.
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Jura
( 6.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. Mai
RPGMaker style game with snowmen feat. a character named Indy Jones.

Sometimes it's a little rough on the eyes, but I guess every now and then so are you.
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axe French Fry Senpai™
( 5.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. April
Simple RPG with an interesting story.
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prudenceanne
( 130.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 2. April
An outstanding stand-alone Aldorlea game though it is a prequel to the Laxius Series (Power and Force)- this game introduces the main leads as when they were youngsters namely Random, Sarah and Luciana (Lucy) and it tells of their journey in discovering hidden powers that the 3 have as an evil god has found out about and they must stop him from getting.
It is a role-playing game with over 60 hours playtime, 50 quests, hidden areas set both on earth and in an uncharted medieval world outside of the earth's realm.
The 2 dimensional mapping is absolutely beautiful as is the reality of the creatures with their sounds etc. Much effort has gone into this game.
It introduces many of the other characters namely Lisa, Baretta, Coryool and Guanidia that are in the later games. The 3 stars here will forge bonds that will last a lifetime, though Random does show a lot of immaturity at the beginning and the ending has them questioning what has happened to them during their time in another dimension.
3 levels of playing are offered- easy, normal and hard and encounter rates are set as normal= 18 steps; low= 30 steps and maniac- 10 steps- none which can be change after 1st selection at beginning of game., though re-play is always available.
If you love long, hidden agendas,great story-lines, and plenty of extras, then this is the game for you. Would highly recommend it especially if you love the Laxius Series.
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Stonysan
( 122.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 15. März
For an RPG Maker game, it is quite solid and as professionally put-together as any classic title from some of the major companies of the SNES era. The story is only slightly lacking, but the characters are varied and interesting, the combat is engaging and challenging, so that even in normal mode, you can't just make it through by continually selecting the attack command. And even outside of combat, you must strategize what to equip for different areas and especially certain boss encounters, as weapons and armor that are higher costing and have better stats on the surface are not always the best options. My only complaint, and it's not much of one, is that I feel as though the game goes into the final stretch too soon after I've gathered together my last few party members, and once you cross the threshold, there's no going back until you defeat the final boss. This means either you'll have to grind for a few levels and to buy the best equipment for the last two or three members, or you simply avoid using them. However, the game doesn't end with the final boss. You get an ending, certainly, but you can keep playing, and there are higher challenges and more secrets to uncover afterward. I personally don't like the trend of modern RPGs of making the final boss not the most difficult battle in the game. On the other hand, it does increase replayability. Another thing that increases replayability is that you can download three custom save games from the creators themselves, one of which adds a hardcore 'Nightmare' difficulty level, but allows you to start with the Goddess Yveen (formerly unplayable, but a large part of the story) as your party member. Another gives you access to all playable characters in the game (except the goddess) at the beginning, all at experience level 1. And the third save state starts you off at the beginning as normal, except for the main character being at level 55. If you love retro JRPGs, then you will love this game.
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DrMadnar1977
( 11.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. Januar
So far its alot of fun. The music is really well done and its easy to see that the devs have put their heart into making this game same as the other games from Aldorlea games. The great thing about these guys is that they put time and effort into making good rpgs. Alot of people may be turned off when they see its an rpg maker game but trust me if its made by Aldorlea games they have put alot of effort into it. Now we will get into the pros and cons.

Pro.
Excelent music and Ambience.
Decent gfx. it is an rpg maker game so your not going to get ff13 / COD level of gfx but still really good job on Aldorlea for puting time and effort into making it look as good as it does. The humor can be a bit of a pro and negative sometimes its funny and then other times it can be a bit childish but in general I like it.

Con.
It is made with rpg maker so options are very limited music only has a yes or no so you cant turn up or down the volume in game. But its easy enough to do that with your sound mixer.

In the end I can say most games made by these guys are decent to very good from what ive seen. They care about the product they put out the devs seem very friendly. If you would like to see more check out the videos below I have a couple first impresion reviews up on youtube and will add more later. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNcVGXMP6hA and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oahC84Ui5KQ
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southinfo7
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 19. Januar
Cool game, made excellent, classics of the genre.
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OROBuS
( 5.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. Januar
Good 2D RPG , butiful music, interesting story and maybe suitable game 8/10.
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Chicken
( 14.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 11. Januar
good RPG, interesing plot
I love this game
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11 von 12 Personen (92 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
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8.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Dezember 2014
Ich wollte mir mal die RPG-Maker-Spiele anschauen, die es hier so gibt und wurde schnell auf "3 Stars of Destiny" aufmerksam. Da ich gerade etwas mehr Geld übrig hatte, riskierte ich einen Kauf und bereute ihn schnell. Das Game wirkte auf mich relativ lieblos mit Standard-RPG-Maker-Grafiken hingeklatscht, sodass ich es nur 30 Minuten spielte.
Nun wollte ich mal alle Games meiner Steam-Bibliothek etwas ausführlicher spielen und welches Spiel steht da an erster Stelle? "3 Stars of Destiny"! Also habe ich es nochmal versucht, diesmal mit 6 Stunden Spielzeit. Mehr kann ich einfach nicht verkraften.

Das Mapping und die Grafiken sind eines RPG's, welches 14,99 Euro kostet, nicht würdig. Zahlreiche Anfängerfehler beim Tileset-Clipping, unnötig volle Maps mit gleichen Objekten, die nur den Weg versperren und keine Licht oder Schatteneffekte (damit meine ich, dass ich nicht merken kann, wann es in dem Spiel Nacht sein soll, weil immer noch alles gleich beleuchtet ist) schmälern den Spielspaß ungemein.

Dazu gibt es eine innovationsarme Handlung, die vom irrationalen Handeln des Hauptprotagonisten RANDOM bestimmt wird. Ja richtig gelesen: Der Name des Helden ist RANDOM. Einen Namen kann man zu Beginn nicht eingeben. Ich dachte nämlich auch schon, ich hätte irgendeine Taste im Intro zu früh gedrückt.
Hinzu kommen zahlreiche Logikfehler im Spiel. Ich würde euch nicht empfehlen zu bereits besuchten Orten zurückzugehen. Manchmal wurde, z.B. bei den Dialogen vergessen, dass manche Protagonisten gerade nicht in der Party sind. Auch finde ich es komisch, dass inmitten der Wildnis geschmückte Weihnachtsbäume rumstehen.

Das Kampfsystem ist ok. Ist nunmal das Standard-RPG-Maker-System. Ein Alchemie-System hätte dem Spiel aber gut getan, angesichts zahlreicher überflüssiger Pflanzen und Kräuter, die man so findet.

Alles in allem wirkt das Spiel auf mich sehr lieblos designt. Vor dem Titelbildschirm werden noch einige andere Games von Aldorlea gezeigt. Wenn diese alle von einer Person stammen, kann ich verstehen, warum die Qualität von "3 Stars of Destiny" so gering ausfällt.
Im Internet findet man genug Rollenspiele, die in allen Aspekten besser sind und keinen Cent kosten. Deswegen würde ich das Spiel nicht mal im Sale empfehlen oder wenn es irgendwann kostenlos ist.
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2 von 2 Personen (100 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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6.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Mai 2015
It's pretty hard to find words for this game..

I am playing on normal with normal enemy counter.
For the first hours I was running from one point to another .. and back again. And what for? To have a 1 minute talk with a party member where we decide to go back to the place we just came from. Fact is you have to run around excessively most of the time. An on top of that - even with normal enemy counter you get so many fights, it starts bugging you more and more.

It's definitely what it sounds like. Boring and awfully tedious.

You don't have much money to buy stuff and if you want to heal yourself at a bunny safepoint (which can be pretty useful), it costs you half your money. Every. Damn. Time. Just why? Good point is: there is much stuff lying on the floor waiting to get picked up.

While running around, it just doesn't feel like there is any (good) story behind that's worth playing. I'm missing something here. I couldn't find any depth and the first hours seem to be a long introduction to blunt characters.

Running around with stupid reasons and not-so-good dialogues would be half as bad if there was any good mapping. Most of the plants and stones on the ground are just there to block you. You can't cross them and have to run all around it to get somewhere. And that's another point where you get annoyed by this horrendous amount of fights.

Also there doesn't seem to be a good balancing, I am overpowered right from the start and I quickly found a secret room with an op weapon. So I am twice op and those damn things would die even faster. If they wouldn't die after one hit anyway.


What I hate most? Sometimes you have a choice what you want to do. If you say no you can't change your mind and have to reload an old safe game. If you say yes, you can't leave the dungeon until it's done. If you do (because you need potions and can't kill that overdone boss e.g.), you automatically abandon your quest and can't proceed. There goes your (possible) reward. Bye-bye!



I'll give it a try to see if it gets any better. I get my hopes up.
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0 von 1 Personen (0 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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4.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Februar 2015
♢ Worum geht's?
Ozur, ein Ork hat eine mächtige Energiequelle ausfindig machen können, die ihm unsterbliche Macht verleiht. In '3 Stars of Destiny' ist es uns überlassen dieses Schicksal zu verhindern.

[+]
☆ Old-School RPG-Optik
☆ charmante Atmosphäre (hat fast etwas kindliches)

[-]
☆ Rundenbasiertes Kampfsystem (gehört außer für Pokemon leider nicht zu meinen Lieblingen)


♢ Mein Fazit:
3 Stars of Destiny ist ein süßes RPG Spiel, wie man sie auch im Konsolen-Format erwarten würde. Hat eine nette Geschichte, allerdings ist das Kampfsystem veraltet und hat mich perönlich schnell gelangweilt, das leveln war sehr einfach. Ist übrigens alles in englisch, also solltet ihr keine Probleme mit der Sprache haben, wenn ihr Spaß am Spiel haben wollt, da es ja doch mehr auf die Geschichte, als auf alles andere ankommt.
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0 von 1 Personen (0 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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43.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Juni 2015
Ein Aldorlea RPG-Maker Spiel. Für diejenigen, die bereits eines von denen gespielt haben sagt das bereits alles.
Nun, man bekommt ein riesiges Spielfeld für sein Geld. Neben dem Haupt-Quest gibts es die üblichen Nebenquests.
Die Grafik und Sound sind üblicher Standard für RPG-Maker. Hier kann man wirklich etliche Stunden mit verbringen.
Also eigentlich nicht schlecht, oder?
Wie üblich hat es halt aber auch seine Schattenseiten.
Zum Anfang kann man sich zwischen 3 verschiedenen Schwierigkeitsgraden entscheiden: einfach, normal und hart
(viel Glück bei letzterem). Außerdem noch die Häufigkteit der Zufallskämpfe.
Egal welchen man nun wählt: Ohne grinden geht fast gar nichts.
Ist ja nicht mal so schlecht, schließlich waren die alten JRPG ebenfalls Grind-Feste.
Was ich aber nicht so gerne habe, sind die riesigen Gebiete. Versteht mich nicht falsch, ein hübsch großes Spiel
kann interessant sein. Aber wenn sich die Gebiete kaum voneinander unterscheiden und es zudem keine Karte
gibt und man dann noch alle paar Sekunden in Kämpfe verwickelt wird....wird es nur einfach langweilig.
Dazu kommen dann noch die Secrets. Secrets will man ja entdecken!
Eine Sackgasse...da suchen wir doch gern die Wände nach versteckten Gängen ab.
Aber wenn es dann solche Secrets gibt, bei denen man einfach auf ein Feld treten muß...ein Feld das sich durch nichts
von den den anderen abhebt und dann halt noch alle paar Sekunden kämpfen muß.....Superöde.
Toll auch, das es z.b. einen Quest gibt, bei dem man irgendwo 6 Kugeln finden muß....die unsichtbar sind ....
und nur wenn man einen der wenigen Ausrüstungsslots mit einer minderwertigen Brille belegt sehen kann.
Zum Schluß haben mir diese Macken den Spass total versaut und ich hab alle Nebenquests einfach links liegen gelassen.
Als letzten Kritikpunkt kann man noch die leichte Unfairness anführen. Es gibt da z.B. einige Gegner die eure Partymember vergiften.....leider habt ihr dagegen kein Heilmittel oder Zauber (bei Lvl 30). Jetzt gibt es nur 4 Optionen:
bei jedem Kampf flüchten; die Mitglieder sterben lassen um sie wieder zu beleben; einen der Save-Hasen (ihr speichert
bei Hasen!!!) um Heilung bitten, was euch die Häfte eures Geldes kostet...egal wieviel ihr habt; oder per Zauber das Gebiet verlassen um im zuletzt besuchtem Inn zu heilen...aber dann halt den gesamten Weg wieder gehen müsst.


Es hätte ein gutes Spiel werden können. So ist es gerade mal Mittelmaß.
Und für den verlangten Preis kann ich es auf gar keinem Fall empfehlen.
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41 von 49 Personen (84 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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26.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. August 2015
I'm really on the fence about 3 Stars of Destiny. For all the interesting gameplay mechanics it has and the general enjoyment of other games from RPG developer Aldorlea Games, there are enough problems to warrant a skip for anyone looking to try out yet another fantasy-based RPG.

We all know the problems with RPGMaker. That software has allowed anyone with a will and a few hours to spare the ability to pop out a carbon-copy clone and put it on Steam, to the detriment of the genre as a whole. While I generally enjoy (and even love) Aldorlea's output, 3 Stars definitely ranks as one of the lowest in terms of enjoyment-to-grinding and the storyline.

It's not actually mentioned anywhere on the store page, but the game is a prequel to the Laxius Power/Laxius Force series, which were the first games released by Aldorlea back in the early 2000s. Those games had the same three characters, but were generally a lot more mature in their storytelling (for instance, characters swear, have sex, get married and lose their loved ones), even if they're incredibly dated because of the early RPGMaker graphics/blocky character models.

3 Stars takes place years before the series, and has a god named Ozur kill a witch so he can find 3 prophecized leaders because of "reasons". At the same time, protagonist Random Pendragon sets out from his home on an adventure and meets Sarah (an elf) and Luciana (a enchantress), who learn about Ozur's plot and work to stop him before he can do any more damage to the world.

Those relationships and camaraderie found in the Laxius games doesn't translate to this prequel. Random and Sarah spend the majority of the game pointlessly bickering and sniping at each other, while Luciana just sticks around seemingly to keep things from escalating further. There isn't a whole lot of variety to the characters you meet, and the plot itself feels less like a coherent story and more a series of random setpieces on the way to the final showdown.

The biggest problem I faced is twofold. For one thing, Aldorlea's RPGs have a lot of items and useful gear that are easily missed due to being hidden in secret rooms (see the Millennium series for a greater example of this), and if you don't have the requisite guide, you're pretty much out of luck. Secondly, there is no in-game map to track where you are or where you're going, and considering there are points where you have to backtrack long distances to complete a quest (and the level design is linear), it can become extremely frustrating to figure out where you're supposed to go. That latter point nearly put me off the game for good.

However, I never actually finished the game. I got to a point just before the final battle where I was stuck in an area with few to no supplies, facing enemies who had a major difficulty spike and were wrecking my party easily. Faced with this problem, I quit the game and never went back.

That's not to say it's all bad, though. The battles are generally engaging and varied (despite an overreliance on enemies dropping status conditions on the party), there are a lot of interesting gameplay mechanics like the bond with your other party members strengthening depending on how long they stay in the active group, and there are some amusing setpieces during the late game.

In retrospect, however, I don't see a lot of people really getting invested in this one as much as some of Aldorlea's other games (and this is coming from someone who put 27 hours into this game).

3 Stars of Destiny exists more as unrealized potential than an enjoyable prequel. You'd be better off trying the Millennium series for this kind of RPG action.
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45 von 57 Personen (79 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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4.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. Juni 2015
Do you remember the olden days of Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and what not ? This game looks like it would be the same, but do not be deceived, it is not. I tried to give it a chance, but the dreadful characters, the nonsensical way of doing things, the constant "poisoned/tired" cycle, the fact that you do not heal up when levelling up (wasn't that a thing once ?) and the way your characters express emotions in conversations (*chuckles* ? Could you not just have drawn a different portrait to show the emotional state of the one talking ? And while I am mentioning portraits..why do they look so weird ?) are quite off-putting.

I've spent 3 hours in the game and this is what I experienced story-wise in wall of text form :

Intro : Some God gets summoned to the home of a witch. She tells him that there are 3 stars and he should suck out their bodily powers. The God is not convinced, but the witch throws out some valid arguments and he realizes, that sucking their bodily powers out is probably a good thing to do. He then kills the witch, but *chuckles* had forgotten to ask the witch who the stars were. That's why he's gonna create some sort of trap to catch them. End of Intro.

You are a guy with a serious attitude problem and have to bring some stuff to your parents. You meet an elven girl in front of your parents house, which leads to a conversation in which you express your dislike for her for no particular reason.
She then vanishes, you deliver the goods and decide to go look for her. You find her in a bathing suit and argue with her some more. You get attacked by the pond spirit. The elven girl helps you defeat the evil pond queen, which apparently was mad, because you saw the elven girl in her bathing suit. The elven girl vanishes again. You are going home.
Your chameleon pet is missing and you're off to find it. You do find it and fight elves,who were apparently also mad that you saw the elven girl in her bathing suit. The elven girl helps you out and vanishes after some more arguing, but she is telling you to meet her in some cave.
You now know that she is your neighbour or something and you ask people where that cave is. You go to that cave. You meet her in the cave in a bathing suit, you argue with her. You fight a dragon with her. She vanishes again after more arguing.
You learn about some sort of trial to get enrolled in some sort of magical school for which you need a partner. You are called to visit your parents, who make you team up with the elven girl for that said trial. You both argue.
You are off to the trial, flipping lots of switches and meeting a living flame, which constantly says PEEKABOO. You kill a ghost. You let the girl touch the crystal, because your guy does not like pink. You finish the trial.
You have to duel 2 other guys to win the trial for good. You are the winner.
You are supposed to be taken on some sort of convoy to the school town, but your hero decides that he'd rather walk there on foot all by himself for no particular reason. You and the elf argue.
You are off to walk to the town, being pursued by the guards who were gonna escort you to the town, which you then proceed to kill. You narrowly escape, despite having killed them (at least I did, since they kept bumping into me over and over in an endless cycle of combat until they were gone for good) and the girl breaks her leg. You argue.
You break into a witch hut and acquire something to help the girl's leg. You are being surprised by the witch, who is understandibly unhappy that someone broke into her hut. You kill the witch with no remorse. You help the girl out and there's more stupid banter.

I quit the game.

Now if any of that tickled your fancy, then go ahead, you will probably have fun in a grindy, weird way just like I put up with it for a while. But eventually you will realize, that matters do not seem to improve at all and you begin to question, why you're not playing one of your other 100 games instead. Or even one of the old SNES rpgs. So many choices, why would you go for this ? WHY ?
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50 von 68 Personen (74 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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45.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Juni 2015
i have no idea if the rest of the game is good, but it does not mater, even in the beginning area there is so much missable and random bs that you would have to buy their guide to know about or be completely screwed over, oh hey the weapon shop sells these badass elemental swords, i better go save up some money and come back and buy them at 900 gold apeice, hey where are the swords? i have the money now... nope guess what the guy only offers it once, EVER guess you should have already grinded that gold scorpion for 35 gold a battle for 8 hours before you talked to me and randomly triggered this event, your screwed now,

do not support this game or any other game by this developer. they clearly do not know what they are doing.
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46 von 64 Personen (72 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
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53.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. April 2014
I loved playing this game it has a active story feeling to it as well it can be funny and challenging. The color scheme feels stable. The action is fun and satisfying. I also love finding the secrets. It really gives off thaat good old adventure feeling when playing.
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91 von 141 Personen (65 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
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14.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Juli 2014
Another RPG maker brand of game. Very similar to the likes of Aveyond which I finished a couple of months ago in that it is a party based RPG. There was nothing really special about this game. All very samey throughout.

I did find myself getting bored towards the middle of the game. You obviously need to spend a lot of time grinding levels in order to equip certain items you find in the game in order to progress past a certain boss, and it became quite tedious to grind on random spawn monsters when they rarely occur. This is a setting you select at the start of the game. If you want my advice, choose the option which will get you the most monster encounters, because you will need them

The text based dialog is also quite bad. All of the sentences seem so awkward to read out, and the games tries too hard to be funny when it quite clearly isn't.

You aren't missing out on much if you skip over this game. I will give it credit, it is a good length, a full playthrough took me 10 hours, but I would not recommend it at full price.
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133.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. November 2014
I have played through the game and beaten it twice and enjoyed every moment of it. I'd definitely recommend to anyone looking for something fun and simple to play, while still having enough of a challenge to be interesting. I found the characters charming and the interactions to be amusing and while the story wasn't amazing, it wasn't boring either.

Pros:
+Nice selection of party members with different skillsets to appeal to any sort of playstyle.
+Really lovely artwork in the battles
+Character interactions are amusing and charming and you definitely can see some growth in the main characters as the quest progresses
+Multiple difficulty modes with choices on encounter rates to please everyone. Also the Rush selection can be great to quickly get through easier battles. Enough challenge to make battles fun but not so much that one feels a need to grind.
+Lots of optional sidequests and hidden things to find.
+Love the friendship dynamic and how having certain people together in a party for a length of time can grant bonuses in battles and give you preemptive attacks.

Cons:
-A bit on the short side, story is about 20 hours of play
-A couple of broken achievements (though dev has been responsive via email about it) Edit: As of 4/24/2015 the game no longer has broken achievements.
-Some of the side characters feel tacked on and get little part in the overall story.

Overall, I'd recommend this game to anyone who loves old school styled RPGs and enjoys the RPG Maker style of graphics. Personally, I adore the style of RPG Maker's graphics and do not consider that a fault. The game tells a nice simple story of some fun characters and I had a blast playing it and look forward to playing some more of the dev's other games.
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