3/5 Average game !
First of all, don't be fooled by the cool cinematics, this game is abysmally different, it's like the devs hired an animation studio to do the cinematics and showed them none of the gameplay. This game is an average hack and slash, a Diablo 2 clone that's anything but memorable although it still manages to be fun if you don't set your standard to Diablo 3 kind of quality. You will beat it in about 5-6h and I don't think it's worth $20 (more like $5-8 IMHO) but if you're a fan of the genre or want a pretty simple hack and slash then you will have fun with the game as you progress.
The game lets you chose between 3 classes: melee warrior, ranged archer or mixed mage. So once I completed the game as a melee warrior I did play it as the other 2 classes and had my fair share of fun with it. A downside are the way the achievements are managed since if you beat the game on a hard difficulty you don't get the previous achievements as if you beat it on the easier difficulties, also there's an achievement for the First Boss that YOU WILL NEVER GET because the dev has stated that they have decided to permanently remove this boss, so bummer there for all the achievement ♥♥♥♥♥s around the world (such as myself).
You hack through a variety of enemies with melee, ranged and magic weapons (you can equip up to 2 at a time) and use mana on your magic powers (you can equip up to 4 at a time, also can invest on passive abilities too). As you level up you can spend some points on improving your character and making it more oriented to melee, ranged and magic to suit your preferences; each avatar is purely cosmetic since you can make your barbarian a warlock, turn the bow girl into a warrior princess or your mystic into a deadly marksman. This game has very simple mechanics and this may give you a good time if you're looking for a beat 'em up with some light mechanics.
Visually this game isn't on par with other games of the genre, that's OK by me although it makes a little bothersome to pay full price for a game that isn't remarkable on gameplay or story either, but we shouldn't be so hard on the game visuals since they aren't THAT bad either as some people have said. The loading screens and cinematics present some nice visual art but you NEVER see those characters ingame, nor you see the armors and weapons depicted in them, which is why I start the review by telling that the developers most likely hired a separate studio for the art that they display.
To be honest the story is just a nonsensical filler, I was really excited after seeing the opening cinematic but then found a pretty bland and uninspired story, quite confusing since I can't even remember the name of the character you are supposed to be playing, at some point I stopped trying to make any sense and thought that characters call you different names on each level as if you are just supposed to represent a different mythological persian character. So yeah... forget about getting an engaging story from this game.
The sounds are ok and the music isn't bad either, I can't complain nor praise the game's musical score, all I can say is that I wasn't bothered by it but wasn't lost in it either.