In a world where Viking mythology collides with magic, explore the world of KYN in a fast paced role playing strategy game that combines party based combat with exploration and progression.
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Release Date: Jul 28, 2015

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In a world where Viking mythology collides with magic, explore the world of KYN in a fast paced role playing strategy game that combines party based combat with exploration and progression.

• A Magical Viking World Brought to Life. Unlock the mysteries of the vast world of KYN as you explore ancient ruins, lush landscapes and snowy mountains filled with intricate puzzles and plenty of danger! Fight against a variety of intelligent enemies and use your skill and cunning to take out powerful boss enemies!

• A Hybrid Tactical RPG Meets Hack-n-Slash. This is real time action in a fantastical RPG setting. You will need to leverage the environment to create traps, defend areas or build up special attacks. When tactics are needed, utilize the slow motion feature, where time slows to almost zero and you can direct your heroes to an area and assign them a task to out flank, out smart and defeat your enemies!

• An RPG Party with up to Six Playable Characters. Build that classic RPG dungeon crawling group with our motely group of heroes. Each warrior can be outfitted with different equipment and specialized abilities to meet your needs. Allocating points in mind, body, control will build characters that fit your style or meet the challenges of the puzzles you will soon face.

• A Deep Crafting and Loot System. Collect hundreds of items. Combine over 100 different elemental materials in a unique crafting system designed to help you get more powerful weapons and armor.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ or equivalent Intel CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD5750 or nVidia GS 250
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: AMD FX 6350 or Intel Core i5-2300
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6770 or nVidia GTX 450
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
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154 of 177 people (87%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 29, 2015
If you ever played and enjoyed the old Dungeon Siege games (not that new piece of trash) then you should by rights enjoy this. I hadn't seen any comparisons with DS before I bought it, but so far into my play time that's the game it reminds me of the most. It bears more resemblance to that for me than Diablo/Grim Dawn. That's just my opinion, of course.

EDIT: Arkash Legacy is an obvious game that seems similar, but that is far more tactical with battles than this game, so I don't feel there is much similarity between those two.

The customisation options are great. I like how you can have your characters be anything you want, because it always allows you to redefine your attribute points in each character. Gang of archers? Ok. Bunch of wizards? Fine. I'm going with the builds I was given at the moment, but hey, it's there to use if I want to, which is cool.

There are areas of plentiful enemies, and the pause system is often helpful. Ok, so it's a 'slow time,' and not an actual pause, but it's as good as, and although it runs on a meter, it's a generous one.

Graphics are nice. I'm not a fan of cartoony visuals, but that's just the portraits, so I can live with that. Also, you can pan around the map but you cannot rotate it - I know we are spoiled with map rotate in games, so it takes a few minutes to adjust to not being able to do that.

Quests are good - you get the choice to finish up, but if you carry on exploring you will discover more. They also have a bit of veriaty. One quest (getting people to the sled) involves keeping waves of enemies at bay while rounding up villagers. You find yourself playing the game differently; I enjoyed the change of pace on that quest.

You can ressurect any dead ally, so any guards you find lying about the place can be brought back to life. Handy if you do the old 'run to town' trick with a bunch of aggro!

The trade system takes a minute to get used to. The trade window is small, and gets obscured by the stats of any item you hovver over...could do with appearing away from the trade window. Also, try not to hover over the mouse buttons...I accidently right-clicked and bought an expensive and useless (for me) itemthat made me re-load a save!

I have seen one puzzle so far, which did require a bit of random to-ing and fro-ing, but this is a puzzle-combat game, so I expected that.

EDIT: Actually, I admit - I had to watch a 'how-to' on YouTube! I had been trying to work out an order of button pressing for about half an hour and gave up. TBH the solution seemed kind of random, but five hours in that's the only head-scratcher I've encountered so far.

Would I recommend? For this price, hell yes! It seems cheap for the quality, so I would say get this at this price without a worry.
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160 of 202 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 2, 2015
I am conflicted with Kyn.

On the one hand the developers are great at responsing to their customers and have really done a great job in creating such a pretty game. Visually it is a treat and for the most part the game is great. Many people like it and gave it good reviews and they are fine.

I have never had so much trouble deciding if to recommend a game or not as I have with this game, there is nothing wrong in partiular with the game, just a lot of little things that add up to making me regret my purchase. I undersatnd the combat and the skills after playing games like Pillars of Eternity and enjoy the system, but it feels totally unblanced and bland, many skills being worthless and only being able to equip 2 skills and 1 feed skill per character at any time feels limiting.

The maps are linear which is fine, but they feel too big for what they are and many times you find yourself going exploring expecting to find something cool only to be met with a dead end and nothing there. Which brings me to chests. To open a chest the team 'attack it' which seems odd considering chest have hinges and handles and could be just opened, it felt like they ran out of time to make an opening chest animation.

Also the loot is very boring, 90% crafting material and not much actual gear. Which is fine, because there is a lot of things to craft, but again, with the crafting the loot drops are pointless because you can buy all the crafting material from the vendor next to the crafter. It just feels unecessary.

Is a shame cause I was really excited to play the game, but it just feels like an early access title to me, which to the developers credit they are doing a stellar job listening to the community and are in the process of adding a rotating camera, so I still hold hope of being able to finish the game one day, but added to the long load times every time you die I simply do not have the drive to play the game. I really want to get into it, but like a word you are on the brink of remembering I just cannot find that spark.

TL:DR it is not a bad game, in fact in many ways it is good, but sadly it lacks atmosphere.
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44 of 52 people (85%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 5, 2015
Note: - This game has been provided to me for free for review purposes.
Kyn is a top down strategy view type real time adventure role-playing game. You play as two special warriors who just managed to escape alive from some sort of gauntlet and return to their village to find a normally peaceful tribe of orc-like creatures suddenly turned red and became aggressive.

The Pros:
  • Strategic Gameplay - Kyn uses the Baldur's Gate concept of controlling all or individual characters, and being able to pause time to give orders. However, here you can only slow time for a limited time, so you must be quick. Also, you will find yourself in situations where a good strategy is the only way to win.

  • Puzzles! - Kyn has a good number of challenging puzzles. These mainly involve splitting your party, pressing puttons, and trying to reach a checkpoint. It really makes you think and it's a nice break from the usual fighting.

  • Maps - This game is not open world, but rather splits the story into chapters, and you get to visit a decently sized map each chapter. It's great as you get to explore new areas each time and makes you want to do so, as there are goodies hiding in the corners, and you can't return to a map once finished.

  • Humor - The story is decent, and the developers sneaked in a few good jokes too, sometimes breaking the fourth wall too.

  • Focus on Gameplay, not character - The skill system is lacking on purpose because it makes it very easy to build your characters right away or switch between game styles. The game wants you to fight and be a good strategist, not a overly careful build planner.

  • Excellent Level Design - The maps are unique, very detailed, and the level design was very well executed. The props have good hit boxes, you won't get trapped in clutter, villages seem practical, all in all a great environment. Graphically pleasing too.

The Cons:
  • Generic Characters - The characters don't really impress me. Most of them are simple, linear beings with only a few character traits. You won't get attached to them.

  • OK story, decent storytelling, but missing that spark. - I can't say the story elements are bad, but nothing was that special to really get me into it. A lot of the time, the dialogues failed to capture my attention, even if other times they did. Ultimately it's up to you if you want to go through the story or just skip it entirely, the game will be fun nonetheless.

  • Seemingly Complicated Crafting System. - Between missions, you return to your town to craft stuff for your party. You are presented with many crafting components, but as you progress you will find there is no need to worry, as you will gather plenty of them, making scavenging simply a byproduct of gameplay.

  • Idiotic take on death? - Without giving spoilers, the story has a few deaths and the characters seem pretty devastated by them - yet the first skill you're available to use from THE START OF THE GAME is revival. You even have some quests involving reviving some NPC who died attacked by creatures or whatnot. You can even revive dead guards. But a main character dies, and suddenly your party is sad. Why? Just revive the damn corpse!

Bonus Points:
  • This is a two person indie game - Serious props to the two friends who had a vision together. The end product is very impressive for a team that small. Good job, guys!

Kyn is not perfect. It has good points, it certainly has bad points, but it's a nice RPG that holds about 25-30 hours of gameplay and it's a goog combination between thinking and pure action.

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36 of 45 people (80%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
39.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2015
A great game.A lot of variety in the missions.They are well thought out.These missions take an entire map to explore in order to complete.It can take hours to complete one mission.
I like the skill system that can be adjusted on the fly.

The combat is similair to Arklash but Kyn has a paused slow mo on a timer.If you like to individually control each group member,pick their skills and craft their items then this game is for you.

If you play Grim Dawn,Victor Vran,Arklash,Van Helsing or any other similair game then make room in your library as this deserves a spot there.

I guess if your into exploring every corner of the map then your looking at roughly 35-45hrs of game play with time spent at hub getting crafted gear.I'm playing on hard and there are two more harder levels above hard.
I can't imagine anyone enjoying ARPG not liking this.Oh yeah you can control a 6 member party and configure each members play style.
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53 of 76 people (70%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
10.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2015
i read someone's review and saw that he was complaining about not locking the mouse in screen when using multiple monitors. and i just saw in update that you fixed it. thank you on his behalf for fixing it.
I appreciate it that devs are listening to other people.

So here is my real review. (my first ever)

I have done about 5 missions now, and what an AWESOME game.
Not only to be created by no less than 2 people, which is a feat worth applause in my opinion.

Pros & Improvements

+ created by 2 people
+ gameplay is effective and works (no bugs as for me so far)
+ not a 3 hour game (looking at my 9,4 hours of gameplay, which includes side quests, and being at the 5th mission)
+ smooth map scrolling
+ the slow time effect DOES give you an strategic advantage (if used correctly ofcourse)

+/- map rotation is a bit of an obstacle (since when looking for chest some trees dont dissappear / fade)
+/- no option to choose what kind of character /class you want to begin with (so you need to equip your character
yourself with desired equipment)
+/- I had one chrash so far (dont know what caused it tho, could be my pc)
+/- Somehow at loading screens it looks like the pc is not responding for just a little time and then it works again. (could
also be a pc problem but this is the first game it occurred with)

So basically it is DEFINITELY worth your money!! Because it doesnt have gamebreaking bugs, and it flows like a riverstream.
And the +/- in my review are definitely NOT the reason why you should NOT buy the game!!

So lets have fun!!
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22 of 33 people (67%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 30, 2015
This is a game I feel needs a lot more recognition. It brings wide varied combat, great viking mythology, gameplay and much more. Personally for an Action Top down RPG I am really enjoying compared to the turn based stragety I am used to. The slowing time ability for combat is by far one of my favorite features of the game because it allows you to acess the situtation and do what you feel is best.

I do have gameplay video to watch showcasing what it has to offer.
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 3, 2015
First impression: Interesting game, nice graphics.

But after some battles I got frustrated. You got a party up to 6 people and each of them have 2 skills + a bonus skill which means a lot of micro-management (which would be okay since you can pause the game, at least for a short time) but they don't even auto-attack the enemy! My archer died because he was just standing there looking into the sky while 2 people shot him to death. It seems you also got to tell him to attack someone after you use a skill like heal. It also seems that the game was not 100% translated into german since there are still a lot of english words in the game(feels weird). "Lifevial" "Shell" "Icepillar".

I'm still impressed - i read that it was created by 2 people and it has some awesome mechanics and an interesting world, but the combat-gameplay ruined the game for me.
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16 of 26 people (62%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
16.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 25, 2015
I was pretty excited when I heard about Kyn, being a lover of nearly all things Viking/Nordic. However, when I saw the game description mention "strategy", I put off purchasing the title because I'm fairly crappy with strategy style games. I wish the Developers would change this inaccuracy, since Kyn is simply an overhead RPG along the lines of Pillars of Eternity, Divinity: Original Sin and Diablo.

There are a lot of ups and downs when it comes to Kyn. On the one hand, I want to recommend it because it's a fun title with vast, beautiful levels (maps) that are unique to one another. You'll have a great time exploring the large open areas and completing the many side quests along the way.

On the other hand, many of the exciting elements of an RPG are put on the back-burner. Such as leveling, which is usually exciting and leaves you feeling accomplished. There are only 3 attributes for you to put your skill points into each time you level up, which will only happen after you complete main missions. The entire concept of leveling within this game is mediocre. It doesn't even matter how many monsters you slay or people you help along the way.

Another down note of Kyn are the items. Most of the time when you loot a chest, you'll get a little bit of gold and some crafting items; rarely will you see any gear, let alone rare items. You'll spend quite a bit of time gathering crafting items to finally be able to make something, too. This takes the fun out of wanting to explore and open treasure chests. When the Developers boast a "rich and deep" crafting system on the store page, I was expecting something a little more. You won't even be able to craft anything for at least the first three or four levels.

The story is also rather bland and disappointing. There's not much to say about it at all. There's also barely anything Viking/Nordic about this game except for a few references and symbols scattered here and there. Since I've listed more cons than I have pros in this review, I am going to not recommend Kyn at this point. It's a fun game, for sure, but when other games such as Pillars of Eternity and Divinity: Original Sin are out there, selling at around the same market value as this game (if you're smart about purchasing), Kyn just does not have what it takes to stand out.

Edit: I have encountered a series of bugs, however minor they may be they are still quite irritating. One is the fact that the characters will get stuck on stairs repeatedly. You may not notice until you're a good way off from them. Second is that whenever you go into the menu to turn the audio down or off, it will come on again once you go back to town or load a new level.

Edit 2: More bugs and glitches found. Near the end of the game, a door becomes destroyed. Could not get one of the characters through. Also, the sound effects seem to randomly crap out and you're left with only music.

Rating: 2.5/5.0 - It's not awful, but it's not great.
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8 of 11 people (73%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2015
Kyn is a unique isometric ARPG, which offers linear missions and slow-mo tactical combat. Skills/abilities are limited to two per class plus an additional based off items. Tangrin based in the Netherlands is essentially a two-man operation. These creators definitely show their love for RPG's and game development but lacked the necessary broad stroke. Kyn suffers in a few areas. That isn't to say it's a bad game. It just could've been more.

The Good:
Visuals mixed with an exciting soundtrack.
Inventive re-working of a tactical combat system.
Level design and interactive puzzles.
Challenging gameplay experience.

The Bad:
Camera controls that feel lacking.
UI which feels generic.
Skills/Abilities which are not expansive.
Underdeveloped NPC interactions.

The Ugly:
Storyline, with the dialogue. It's extremely bland and is underwritten.
Extremely underwhelming animations.
AI tracking system for mobs.
Character customization and item customization.

Overall, Kyn is a decent ARPG. You'll have fun with it, if you're into the genre. The character customization could have been better. Yes, you can craft and ingredients drop from everything but it just had a bland approach. The three skill tree have 80 or so skills all together. Certain skills are more powerful than others and it really didn't feel balanced nor synergized. I will give it a recommendation if you're looking for a tactical ARPG. There are much better options for the $19.99 price tag on the market. Giving it a 6.5/10 score.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2015
Recommended : Not

Reasons :
- many bugs
- severe bad UI to manage 6 heroes team (you have to select individual each heroes with 1...6 keys, activate individualy their skills and checking individualy their cooldown anytime to see if you can activate again their skills. Slow motion system is badest than Infinity Engine from Baldur Gate Series.
- xp rewarding only when you return quest
- bad camera system

Kyn require to full planning actions manager when total pause to fight safely in real time. Slow motion is only pure joke.

This is Pain to Play game because severe bad UI to fight in real time with your 6 heroes team.

Play it only if your fingers like too much playing game like they play piano.
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Last Caress
1.3 hrs
Posted: August 25
Played through the first stages and couldn't slog through the rest.

It's not a terrible game, but it's nothing special. Definition of run-of-the-mill. Bad camera(even with the newer rotate feature), boring combat, non-existent story, annoying UI. Often characters just stop auto attacking and die or just stand there. Just not great.

If you've never played a game of it's kind EVER before, you may enjoy it. Other than that, you'll know this is mediocrity.
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11.7 hrs
Posted: August 16
+The gameplay is good but...
- ...rigid and repetitive
+ Quick saving time : 1 frame.
- Quick loading time : 30 seconds. (W10, SSD, a true gaming computer)
- hard to mastered
- a lot of little problems : Pathfinding, exploit, character stuck underground, controls...
+ I was positively impressed at the beginning, but after the 6 first chapters (18 missions), it starts to be boring, repetitive, lazy level design. The game could and should be better

- Every boss fight is easier than every fight in the mission.
- Difficulty is not balanced, (normal too easy, hard is easy but sometime unfair, after hard, it's boring, expectly with 30second loading time.

Don't buy this game, go look somewhere else.
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1.1 hrs
Posted: August 5
I can't explain why, after 15 minutes of play, the game has a serious logic issue : "neutral" enemies attack you, but your party won't attack them back (and die due to stupidity and lack of survival instinct). This doesn't make sense in an "party-arpg" style of game. Maybe there's a special option or button or maneuver somewhere but the game wasn't "kind enough" to show it to me, so I uninstalled the game.
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5.3 hrs
Posted: July 15
A mix between Baldur's Gate and Torchlight 2, this a great tactical real time fantasy strategy role playing game. I haven't put too many hours into yet, but I am starting to really like the team combat, and get a hold of it. A must buy for action RPG fans, and any RPG fan looking for an unique gem of a game. A shout out for using the norse theme, as it realy adds to the flavor of the game. I am about to put some more hours in and I highly recommend it, esspecially for the price! High productino value and incredibly impressive action RPG!
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6.5 hrs
Posted: June 27
A review by CaptN3mo

The game:
Kyn is an Action-Roleplaying-Game (ARPG) set in a Viking themed world. It has everything the roleplaying fan could expect and then some more:

  • different characters to play (hint: not to choose but provided via the story)
  • you control more than one character at a time. Team-based combat
  • a story with a lot of different places to explore and people to meet
  • loot (different kinds and rarities, no sets or unique as far as the first quests go though)
  • crafting of items ( a lot of materials and useful items can be crafted!)
  • a loot/skill combination based special skill for every character (nice feature, powerful too)
  • a slow-time feature (meter based, regenerates over time) to make it easier to survive especially complex/chaotic/tough combat situations better

What you get from the developers (TangrinEntertainment) is a solid ARPG experience in terms of story (nothing too fancy nor too bland – it is more of an appreciative nod in the general direction of ARPGS with a humorous approach), in terms of developing or building your characters (you get a lot of different skills and items to equip your characters with) and in terms of quests (main and side quests) and items (looting, treasure chests, crafting).

What you also get are some features that are non-standard ARPG stuff. You get the slow-time function to issue orders for your different characters in battle. Though it is no infinite slow-motion nor is it a pause. The game can be slowed for about 20 seconds before you need to let the slow-meter fill up again. There are also puzzles in this game, not too hard, not too easy.
Between quests which take place in different parts of the games world you always return to your hometown to shop, craft, talk, get new quests and more story background, get special assignments and take your time to experiment with new skillsets and equipment.
It is a solid game with some proven mechanics and some experimental ones.

Look and feel and sound:
Sadly there is no voice over for the substantial amount of dialogue you get. Visually the game is good-looking. The character and enemy models are done quite well. The models in the character and inventory screen seem a bit clunky, but you can see every equipment change on the character. The places you explore seem alive with plants and animals, different climate. The music is very well done, outstanding really if compared to other titles in the genre.

Short Trailer by TangrinEntertainment:

Captains Orders:
If you like ARPGs and could enjoy some fresh features in a unique setting, KYN is definitely worth your time.
Short Version:

- no voice over
- managing all characters can become difficult during short slow motion phase
- no unique loot

+ look and sound
+ managing all you characters in slow motion can be awesome
+ Skillsystem
+ Crafting makes sense
+ no unique loot
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1.4 hrs
Posted: June 18
It's like Dungeon Siege with a sprinkle of Titan Quest and a dash of crafting.
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0.9 hrs
Posted: May 14
lack of updates makes me hate it
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1.4 hrs
Posted: January 2
Brings me back to Titan Quest and Diablo.
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0.1 hrs
Posted: December 26, 2015
- Very Bad Controls
- Doesnt run very well
- Moving is jittery when clikcing multiple times
-terrable diablo ripoff
-seems to have no class system
Would not reccomend this game just invest in diablo or somthing of the sort
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11.4 hrs
Posted: December 16, 2015
I've played a lot of Role Playing games over my lifetime from Ultima, Phantasie Series, orginal gold Box Series of Dungeons and Dragons, Pillars of Eternity, Divinity Original Sin, Dungeons Siege 1 and 2 and part of 3, Lords of Xulima and the list goes on and on.
Kyn is not a very good Role Playing game. I've seen it compared to Dungeon Siege 1 and 2 and to say it's their successor but it isn't even close. I'm on mission 4 and you only have 2 Characters that are customizable at that stage and not a complete party. You get Random guys to join you on certain missions but they just leave at the end of the mission.
Some of the problems with this game is you mostly only get crafting materials from Treasure Chests instead of Items so you have to buy all of your equipment. Number 2 the characters you have already have their own names you can't name your characters and "create" your own party. Also Characters are not very customizable at all. The only stats they have
are Control , Body and Mind and you put all of your points that you gain each level into those 3 stats. There is not a long list of stats to put your ability points into. There is only overland adventure also, no dungeons, nothing underground to explore, you can't enter into any buildings, open doors , etc. All of the loot seems to be in treasure chests and you just bash them open. No lockpicking ability nothing. Also the game is very very linear. All of the maps have very narrow corridors that you explore so you can't just explore everywhere on the map to see what is out there. You can only explore in the very narrow window of the map. Also talking to villagers is generally worthless. You can click on talk to them over and over again and they will say the same thing over and over again and most of them just say the same thing the other villagers do. In Divinity you can get quests from all kinds of villagers not just ones with a question mark over them like this game. And you can actually communicate with them. In this one all of the guards and general villagers are generic and don't really do anything for the "Role Playing" aspect of the game. I totally disagree with the other review that says these are comparable to Dungeon Siege 1 and 2. They are not at all. Those are really good games. I do agree with him that Dungeon Siege 3 is a joke because they totally ruined that game. Interacting with most villagers in this game changes nothing in the game and you learn very little information as they are so generic. If the bug I've encountered in Greenport gets fixed then I may finish this game as I have nothing better to do right now but it's not a very good game. Pick up one of the newer titles if you want a good Role Playing game like Pillars of Eternity, Divinity Original Sin, Lords of Xulima (Which I didn't think was that great at first but it grew on me) or go old school and get Dungeon Siege 1 and 2 or really old school and find a computer that can still play the original Gold Box Series of Dungeon and Dragons Role Playing games. I would pass on Kyn though.
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