Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant
Terra Incognita is a classic role playing game. The world of Terra is slowly falling into chaos. A great war is coming and It's time to take up arms against a corrupt royal family. You must travel across this huge world and unite the nations of Terra, recruiting comrades along the way.
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Release Date: Feb 3, 2015

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“I'm extremely passionate about making retro stylized games that are not only fun to play, but that have deep, emotional story-lines. Terra is an extension of myself, a projection of me in game form. I grew up getting lost in huge worlds within the RPGs of the golden era and have been in love with classic RPGs ever since.

I want to give the community a chance to enjoy the world of Terra during the development stage. During early access, the game world will be updated constantly, new content and detail will be added on a regular basis. I want to tease you with Terra while it's in development.

I would love the community to help! I'm not asking you to make the game for me, I'll do that part. But jump on board, play Terra, explore, tell me what felt good, what didn't fit. And help me craft a truly nostalgic role playing game.
Your feedback is important to me.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“I originally estimated that Terra would be in early access for around 6 months, this has not been the case for the following reason.
The game is now bigger, more content is available and will continue to be added until completion.
Rather than just pulling all the content from the broken c# build. I've remade a lot of the artwork, added new story line branches, new towns etc”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full version of Terra will feature updated locations, quests, side quests, weapons, equipment, characters, monsters, items etc
Terra is a 2d, 16-bit RPG, but set in a huge almost open world scale. During the early access, the game world will be constantly updated and added to. The final version will use the same graphics, though a lot will be more polished.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Terra is mid beta and pretty much completely stable, a few bugs may occur. Please be patient with me.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Yes, if you buy Terra during the early access, you will get the full game at release.
The full release will have a slightly higher price, so you'll be saving some money!”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“During the early access, the game world will be constantly updated and added to. I would love the community to give me feedback on the world of Terra. Help me shape the world of Terra by letting me know what you love, hate and would love to see added to the world!

I will posting discussions regularly to discuss Terra with the community, you can tell me what you loved, what didn't work. Or just shout at me, whatever you feel like. No swears though.....”
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May 28

Bite size updates OR full release?

Hey hey!

I have enough content bug free and playable to be able to push out a few bite size updates, with more content and story progression. OR I can follow my original plan and just wait until it's finished.
XMAS 2016 confirmed.

Can you guys and girls please let me know, which you'd prefer.
I just feel like if push out any more bite size updates, the story will unfold in a weaker way than it would if you played it all at once. Also, the fact that we may have to patch an update, will likely cause more game restarts.

What do you all think? Any feedback on this?

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About This Game

The world of Terra is slowly falling into chaos. A great war is coming and It's time to take up arms against a corrupt royal family. You must travel across this huge world and unite the nations of Terra, recruiting comrades along the way.

At the beginning of the game you play as 'Alexis' a mysterious young man, with no memory of his past.
As you travel you will unravel his history, discover his destiny and the ancient secrets of Terra!

Set off on an adventure across Terra, recruit comrades to your battle party, search out ancient lore and be immersed in a deep, emotional story-line.

Features

  • A Deep and immersive story-line
  • Explore a vast world, large areas to traverse, rich with detail
  • Fast paced, traditional turn based battle system
  • Recruit a large array of characters to the party, all with their own unique personalities! Not all characters are story critical, explore and find comrades!
  • Each recruitable character has a series of back-story centred side quests
  • High quality original soundtrack
  • Upgrade your weapons/armours
  • Decorate and upgrade the home-hub area as you recruit characters that bring different skills to the team!
  • Side quests galore!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 550 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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Monologamy
( 13.6 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 18
This game made me look back on the days that I spent on gameboy games, the game isn't catchy at first but after you reach the first boss battle I got hooked. It's still in development and the developer seems to be working on it, with its price this is definitely not a waste of money.
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Nietzsche
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 13
Bought it for 14 cents, got 18 minutes out of it before getting bored, technically got my money's worth out of it. 10/10
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Serendone
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 13
The RPG equivalent of rush hour on the freeway.
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Pr0fezz0r
( 2.8 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 9
I'm usually into sports games and shooters but I received this game from a website selling 10 random keys for a few dollars, so I decided to give this one a go.

BTW! -> (I'm not too fimilar with RPG's so things that bother me may not bother hardcore RPG fans.)
THE GOOD:
The first big thing I noticed about Terra Incognita is its beautiful soundtrack, absolutely love it. From the little motif when you got to sleep, to the soothing sounds of the Forest at night, it all sounds amazing.

The story line is far from boring however, not the most interesting thing in the world, coming from someone who would rather skip the story and play the game, that's a good thing. When it comes to playing Terra I find myself actually caring about the characters and always wondering what's going to happen next.

I loved battling monsters in this game, some challenging fights here and there but, for the most part the battles are fairly simple, sometimes a bit too simple. Majority of the battles never had me on the edge of my seat or even breaking a sweat. I never felt like I needed to approach a battle with a certain strategy, most of the time Tybalt would just two shot every enemy. So for me, I have mixed emotions when it comes to the battling in Terra Incognita.

The price! Like wow, 99 cent? really? You really need to up the pricing on this one dude, I'd pay $5 for the full game to be completely honest.

THE BAD:

One thing that really bugged me about this game is the constant battles! I literally had no peace what so ever when playing this game. I would finish a battle, walk 2 paces and find myself suddenly in a battle again. Don't get me wrong, I love slashing and dashing monsters but it was just getting a little but much for me after a few hours of playing.

Terra Incognita desperately needs a quest log or some other sort of mechanic that helps you to stay on track and to get to where you're going with ease.

This next problem goes together hand in hand with the very much needed quest log, and it is a way to tell if an area is traversable or not. Most of my gameplay time is running into every corner of the map figuring out exactly which door or cave would lead me to "the West" or "the East" which is the only hint I would ever get that would help me find where I had to go.

VERDICT:
Although there is a lot of problems currently in Terra Incognita it is in Early Access and dispite all of it's flaws it is still a wonderful and enjoyable game. It's no massive RPG world that you can play for hours on end but it does the job with it's very small, currently playable section.

I recommend this to anyone who enjoys RPG's. 3/5 Emma Watsons.







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LordYazoo
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: June 8
So far so good, I realised it was early access but didn't realise there was such little content so far. But if the rest of the game is similiar to what is already available it has incredible potential, I have seen that the full release isn't due until Christmas but for 79p I can wait until then. Keep it up, I dare say it MAY have a Suikoden feel to it if they give you a base and quite a few recruitable characters. I already have 5 so early in the game , I don't expect 108 but 25+ would be nice. I don't know what made me buy this game ... It called to me xD
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TheTerminatorGuy
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 29
Product received for free
kek
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[D2N] Demon
( 5.9 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 27
RPG with sega graphic @@
Well i really not onto this kind of game
So i just play to take the card
So im not review anything here
Bye ~~~
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DaquanzMixtape
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 25
Great game and and even better price
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dick Weasel
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 24
really really like this game it feels alot like legend of dragoon meets FF but it has a unique story line and the dev is working on updates all the time..(i use team veiwer and remote play this on my phone lol) its just an all around fun game
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Trium
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Early Access Review
Posted: May 22
Terra Incognita overall is a very nostalgic game and reminds me of The older Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy franchise games. Because this game is still in beta, there are obviously still aspects of the game that can be improved upon.
Such as:-
- The game's controls, the remap menu is very confusing and I could not undertstand which control was what. I tried playing with a gamepad and the controls there were also very confusing to use. This may be because I was using a Dualshock 4 controller through DS4 Windows therefore converting it to a 360 gamepad, but I highly doubt it as I have had no trouble before.

- A run option should be added to the battle menu. It gets quite annoying when you are trying to progress through the game and you get random battles popping up all the time.

- The Steam Overlay is also not availabe in-game. This might be just my computer I play in fullscreen mode. If anyone else if having trouble with this then I suggest reporting it.

- When you try and 'Tab out' of the game in fullscreen mode, the image of the game is still visible on screen and prevents me from seeing anything behind the image. Only closing the game seems to fix this. This is very annoying as if I need to do something when Im in the middle of playing I have to close the game and then re-open and continue from when I last saved.

However despite this game's flaws I feel that if the developer puts in some extra time and effort into fully finishing the game and possibly expanding the plot then this could become a very popular franchise. The feeling of nostalgia when playing this game brings back great memories from some of the original RPG Adventure games like Zelda and if this game is completed, it could one day give Zelda a run for its money!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 9
I'm usually into sports games and shooters but I received this game from a website selling 10 random keys for a few dollars, so I decided to give this one a go.

BTW! -> (I'm not too fimilar with RPG's so things that bother me may not bother hardcore RPG fans.)
THE GOOD:
The first big thing I noticed about Terra Incognita is its beautiful soundtrack, absolutely love it. From the little motif when you got to sleep, to the soothing sounds of the Forest at night, it all sounds amazing.

The story line is far from boring however, not the most interesting thing in the world, coming from someone who would rather skip the story and play the game, that's a good thing. When it comes to playing Terra I find myself actually caring about the characters and always wondering what's going to happen next.

I loved battling monsters in this game, some challenging fights here and there but, for the most part the battles are fairly simple, sometimes a bit too simple. Majority of the battles never had me on the edge of my seat or even breaking a sweat. I never felt like I needed to approach a battle with a certain strategy, most of the time Tybalt would just two shot every enemy. So for me, I have mixed emotions when it comes to the battling in Terra Incognita.

The price! Like wow, 99 cent? really? You really need to up the pricing on this one dude, I'd pay $5 for the full game to be completely honest.

THE BAD:

One thing that really bugged me about this game is the constant battles! I literally had no peace what so ever when playing this game. I would finish a battle, walk 2 paces and find myself suddenly in a battle again. Don't get me wrong, I love slashing and dashing monsters but it was just getting a little but much for me after a few hours of playing.

Terra Incognita desperately needs a quest log or some other sort of mechanic that helps you to stay on track and to get to where you're going with ease.

This next problem goes together hand in hand with the very much needed quest log, and it is a way to tell if an area is traversable or not. Most of my gameplay time is running into every corner of the map figuring out exactly which door or cave would lead me to "the West" or "the East" which is the only hint I would ever get that would help me find where I had to go.

VERDICT:
Although there is a lot of problems currently in Terra Incognita it is in Early Access and dispite all of it's flaws it is still a wonderful and enjoyable game. It's no massive RPG world that you can play for hours on end but it does the job with it's very small, currently playable section.

I recommend this to anyone who enjoys RPG's. 3/5 Emma Watsons.







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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 18
This game made me look back on the days that I spent on gameboy games, the game isn't catchy at first but after you reach the first boss battle I got hooked. It's still in development and the developer seems to be working on it, with its price this is definitely not a waste of money.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 8
So far so good, I realised it was early access but didn't realise there was such little content so far. But if the rest of the game is similiar to what is already available it has incredible potential, I have seen that the full release isn't due until Christmas but for 79p I can wait until then. Keep it up, I dare say it MAY have a Suikoden feel to it if they give you a base and quite a few recruitable characters. I already have 5 so early in the game , I don't expect 108 but 25+ would be nice. I don't know what made me buy this game ... It called to me xD
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63 of 74 people (85%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 7, 2015
I'll be honest with you I did not expect this game to be that fun since it's worth 14 cents (atm). I guess I was wrong, I like the story so far, it's basically one of those classic nice rpg games and for 14 cents you must get it. Sale ends in July 21 so grab it quick no reason to be cheap just sell some cards to get this, you'll easily get all those achievements in a couple of hours. Although those who are not really into old rpgs might not like this game because of it's style, graphics, etc.. I personally like the animations just reminds me of those classic rpgs with a nice story tied with it although the graphics aren't out of this world lol but that really doesn't stop you from having fun. But somethings could be improved like the variety of monsters that spawn as well as items they drop and adding some sort of map or something that allows the player to get a sense of where they need to go. Overall it's a decent game and targets mostly those who like classic rpg games.
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34 of 47 people (72%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 9, 2015
Terra Incognita is a retro throwback RPG, hearkening back to the days of titles like Suikoden...which the developer has stated was a direct inspiration. As such, this puts somewhat of a large expectation on the game right off the bat, and after a few hours into the game, I can say that the expectations were met. There are a few small issues that I found hindered the game very slightly. But these issues, like I said, are very small. The game is still pretty well designed, the writing is great, and the sprite work and animations are very well done.

Story-wise, it's a neat concept, conveyed through well-written dialogue. No corners were cut here, and that's great. Most smaller titles similar to this game skimp out on a lot of details, which add up to put a huge damper on the experience. Not so with Terra Incognita. I don't want to go into too much detail, as it would spoil some of the story and intrigue. Let's just say that the story is well-written and cohesive, and very good.

If you have ever played Suikoden I or II, you will immediately recognize the art style used in Terra. While it's not exactly like it, it's similar enough and looks great. Every character has a unique and detailed sprite, which shows the love and care the developer put into the art of the game. Attack and movement animations are simple, but they work and look great.

Terra uses a traditional turn-based battle system. Enemies are displayed on the left, while your party is displayed on the left. Typical status information for your party such as HP and MP is displayed in boxes at the bottom of the screen. During battle you get to choose from a list of actions for each party member: Attack, Magia (magic), Abilities, and Items. Once your actions are selected, each character performs the selected action one at a time until they are done, then the enemy performs their actions. This is repeated until one or the other party is defeated. In the case where your party is defeated, it is a game over. If the enemy is defeated, you are awarded money and experience points.

Most gamers will be famililar with the system, as it's the tried-and-true battle system for *most* RPG's out today. This means that jumping right in shouldn't be a problem for many players, and long-time fans of the genre will have no issues at all getting in there and getting their hands dirty with the mechanics of the system.

If you are looking for a cheap, deeply inspiring RPG with lots to offer, I wholeheartedly recommended Terra Incognita. The price might seem low, and because of that some people might dismiss it as being a shallow title with nothing to offer. They couldn't be more wrong!

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36 of 53 people (68%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 11, 2015
First Time writing review in Steam :)
Based on the early access.. I really love it so far. It reminds me of Suikoden games which is one of my favorite RPG series.

Good:
Story is good. It is quite engaging and keep me playing for hours and wanting for more contents.
Gameplay : Typical Turn based RPG that I love with attack and magic. Hoping for more depth in gameplay such as row front and back so range attack could matter. Combination attack (It could be limited amount) or something like limit break.

What could be improved:
Graphics : Graphics is so so but it is unique. Character design is good but the monster could be better :)
Gameplay : It makes sense that Alexis can do some fire magic because he fell from sky and Fran is a witch. However how other character could have magic like thunder, boulder, etc is a little bit weird to me. Of course it is just a design choice by the developer and I appreciate the vision.

Overall I feel that the response while controlling the character during exploration and battle are a bit unresponsive.
It is still a bit buggy during early access but it is playable and acceptable :)

I really recommend this game for RPG lover.


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Not Recommended
3.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 19, 2015
I don't really like Terra, and the frusturating thing is that I really should like it. But I don't.

Terra Incognita (Unknown Land, I guess) is an Early Access RPG about the world of Terra and the Descendants who guard it. You start the game as Alexis, a Descendant who's fallen from the sky. He meets an archer fisher dude named Leon, who gives him food and shelter for a night, and the two of them head off to the mainland for... some reason. Anyway they reach a village called North Willow, which is under constant threat of bandit attacks, so the duo try to bring peace to the northern continent, gathering friends and equipment along the way.

Right off the bat, there's a bunch of problems with the game - not related to even the story or gameplay, but the operational aspects of it. For some reason, you aren't able to alt+tab out of the game, there isn't a functional Steam Overlay, and (to me) the biggest issue is that it forces itself into fullscreen, regardless of the window size you pick. It was definitely a hassle to get started, but I let it slide and read the opening cinematics a few times (thanks to having to restart it over and over).

But as soon as I start controlling the game it starts to kinda show it's, well, Early Access. Not that I'm complaining, I mean, I knew the game was Early Access when I bought it. I'm pretty sure the whole game was made in RPG Maker - which isn't a bad thing, but considering the versatility of RPG Maker, I was surprised at how bare the gameplay was. The tile-based movement doesn't make a lot of sense when you have sprawling forests and tons of nooks and crannies to explore - it all felt really cramped or really open; there wasn't a place in the game I could describe otherwise. Worst thing is, I didn't know the controls - I did see a "controls" picture overlaid on screen at the beginning, but it apparently disappears by itself after a while and I had assumed it'd stay there until I did something.

As for the actual gameplay portion of the gameplay, it was kind of underwhelming. After you get all four party slots filled up, you can pretty much just start an encounter and spam enter for a while. HP/MP conservation isn't that much of a problem when leveling up (which happens often) and save stones (which are everywhere) restore all your health and mana. On the other hand, potions and items felt way too weak - considering most of the magic attacks took around 35~50 MP to cast, getting a "Blue Potion" which only restores 40 MP felt really underwhelming, especially when the game starts you with potions that heal for 500 HP.

The game also feels really handholdy in parts. "We have to go this way!" But do we really have to? I want to at least explore a little bit first. The fact that I didn't even get to see inside the ruins kind of bums me out. Some areas, though, you can return to later, which is alright. But the fact that the party (or "Battle team", as the game insists on using) went RIGHT back to town and didn't even let me blink after defeating Tybalt just kind of made me say "but, why?"

I wouldn't even mind that so much if it weren't for the inconsistencies. Like when Alexis and Leon were climbing up the ruins, you could apparently only progress if you went around the left side. The right side of the ruins were, inexplicably, blocked off by an invisible wall. But they both went to the same section. I don't get why that happened; why not let me go either way?

Also, item balance doesn't really feel like it exists at all. Scroll that lets you summon a giant bone dragon when you're still in early-game? Sure, ok. But you have to pay like 500 GP to get a measly upgrade to an item which may or may not even be that much of an improvement. The fact that some items don't even reveal what they do is also kind of weird. Don't get too drunk? What does that mean? What if it's a bad thing and I used it on the last living guy on my party during a big boss fight? Or what if it's a really good thing but I wasted it on the last turn of a battle? Idk. LISA did item descriptions very well and also showed off the stat boosts pretty nicely, so use that for comparison if you need it. And LISA was also an RPG Maker game!

Dialogue and stuff felt really bad. It was really bad, actually, partly due to the unintuitive menus (seriously, a shop should not be a Choose Your Own Adventure-like dialogue tree) and partly due to the unpolished sentences. The fact that Brom's name inexplicably loses its capitalization when recruiting Frann just felt really... bad. And that's not the only issue, either. Random varying length of ellipses (from .. to ........), unnatural conversations (I do what I want!), and just a general feel of "Really? This is what we're doing? Okay." just kind of ruin the game as a whole for me. I cared more about the dialogue than I do the game itself and that's just not cool.

As for the general presentation of the game, I guess I could say it's better than a lot of the ways RPG Maker games present themselves. Customized character portraits, sprites, tilesets and music is definitely a step above the reused stock assets I see all the damn time. It looks nice. It IS nice. So props for that.

I dunno. I really kinda want to be able to say "yes, this is worth buying!" But I honestly don't think it is in its current state. I do think Terra Incognita has the potential to improve so I'll be able to say that. But, again, I'm not sure if that's going to happen.

One more thing. Yes, I'm aware the game is Early Access. I don't believe in Early Access as a shield against all criticism (well it's a beta so you can't complain!!). I believe Early Access should be a way for players to genuinely give feedback to developers and other potential players, and that's why I'm writing this - I'd really like at least someone to see this and get a good idea of how the game is right now. Because overall, it's not something I'd recommend. But I want it to be.
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17 of 21 people (81%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: May 31, 2015
Terra Incognita is a JRPG inspired game, with a turn based battle system and an art style from a game you'd play on the SNES.

From the time I have played this game, I enjoyed the soundtrack and the plot, the part when Leon was fishing at the beggining reminded me of the times when I use to play Chrono Trigger a lot, man I loved that game.

The plot is about a person that fell from "the sky" and he's name is Alexis. He is called an desendant, he has a mssion to do but he has patience too, a young man called Leon finds him and an adventure begins.

I really like the character of Alexis a generous man that helps people in need.

This is pretty much a basic review and from updates to come I'll update my review and when the full version comes out I'll make a new one. I rate this game 8.3/10
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19 of 25 people (76%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: February 3, 2015
Though still in early access, there is something promising about this game. It is evident that attention to detail is given to every aspect of the world, despite its overly familiar mechanics, and the passion behind the project shines through particularly in the writing. There are no false pretenses about the game, nor the haughtiness which distinguishes a lot of Early Access products.

Here is an example of gameplay for the more skeptical among us:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhzPqqBUrNQ
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26 of 38 people (68%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 7, 2015
Having fun so far. The combat system is decent and complex enough to offer you a good challenge early on in the game. What I don't really like about it is the writing, though. The story is good, but the writing just makes the entire world kind of feel like a cardboard cutout. In fact, the enemies are probably more interesting than the main characters.
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