FIVE: Guardians of David is a Diablo-style action-RPG set in the ancient lands of Canaan. Lead and play the five heroes, battling across exotic locations filled with archaic cultures, rich characters, and powerful artifacts. Experience one of the greatest stories ever told in this 11-Act epic.
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Release Date: Nov 24, 2015

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Reviews

“FIVE has got heart!!”
--GameWatcher

“On the eighth day God gamed and it was good ...7.6/10”
--MMORPG.com

“Biblical roots … without coming across like a sermon”
--RPGamer

Digital Deluxe Edition

The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the Soundtrack and Concept Art Book.

The soundtrack includes musical explorations of the game’s various cultures from industry veterans Alexander Brandon (Unreal, Unreal Tournament, Neverwinter Nights 2, Dust: An Elysian Tail) and Chance Thomas (DOTA 2, Lord of the Rings Online, James Cameron's Avatar) (Soundtrack will be located in Steam\SteamApps\Common\FIVE\Soundtrack).

The complete FIVE: Guardians of David Art Book depicts the game's artistic journey from concept to completion. Featuring the art of Sergio Cariello, Manuel Gomez, Joseph Watmough and Stephen Daniele. Delivered in an easy to use and view PDF format. (Artbook will be located in Steam\SteamApps\Common\FIVE\Artbook)

About This Game

FIVE: Guardians of David is an expansive Diablo-style action-RPG set in the ancient lands of Canaan. Lead and play the five heroes, battling across exotic locations filled with archaic cultures, rich characters, and powerful artifacts. Experience one of the greatest stories ever told in this 11-Act epic.



  • Heroic Gameplay Fight a multitude of soldiers and Goliath-sized bosses.
  • Fluid Character Swaps Swap between any of the FIVE and their unique fighting style on the fly.
  • Miracle System Smite your foes with the blinding light of angels, hailstones of destruction, fires of the Earth, and many other miracles.
  • Equip your Gear Gear up your FIVE with the extensive variety of ancient treasures, artifacts, and relics.
  • Spy Network Stop hoarding your items! Donate valuables to develop crucial ties with different Spy Networks, and reap the rewards.
  • Epic 11-act Story Experience the epic 11-act story of the FIVE featuring comic cut scenes from Sergio Cariello.
    Dave Fennoy (The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us) accompanies Adam Harrington (The Wolf Among Us, Tales from the Borderlands) as featured voice over actors.


Eleazar is so intense during battle that he has fought beyond the limits of his own flesh



Of all David’s Mighty Men, it is said that Abishai was doubly honored above all others


Ariella is Abishai's sister and leads David through the catacombs while evading city guards


Benaiah is a valiant warrior from Kabzeel who protects the King, executes his laws, and dispenses justice


Jashobeam is the storied son of Zabdiel who pledges both his spear and allegiance to King David


Shammah, son of Agee, decimates Philistine battle camps in service to the King


FIVE was developed by Kingdom Games, a studio formed by a talented team of artists and developers who previously contributed to Darksiders, Shroud of the Avatar, Mass Effect, The Old Republic, Ultima Online, Deus Ex, Saints Row, Red Faction, Epic Mickey, Call of Duty, Warhammer 40K, and even MORE great titles.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 7 GB available space
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Overall:
Mostly Positive (54 reviews)
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3nclave
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
Product received for free
Fun easy game that delivers on what it offers
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TheGaming12
( 3.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 21
Product received for free
Ok so I have had this game for ahile now and I figured it was time to write a review.
Ok here are the Pros and Cons.

(Pros)
+The level system

+Boss battles

+Weapon collecting
(This has to be my favorite part)

+Visually amazing

+Combat system

These would be my top pros for the game.
I wouldn't say controls are a pro or con because i'm still just getting used to them lol.
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(Cons)

-Leveling up too easy.
I know I said this was a pro, well it can be a pro can con.
If it was a little more harder to level up and gain gear just a little it would be perfect in my opinion.
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This game is a must have if you like this type game, It's very accurate as far as following the bible is concerned.
Over all I give this game a 13/10 It's very well made I enjoy it, I couldn't think of many cons so it must be good lol.
I hope this review helps if you are planning on buying it :) .
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bobnowhere
( 20.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 21
Five: The Guardians of David is an Action RPG set in the Old Testament of the Bible. The aforementioned Five are David's Most loyal warriors who are tasked by David to go around killing all opposition Old Testament style. I never paid a lot of attention in religious classes but it seems like a very close re-telling of the story of David, even Goliath makes an appearance.

Very early in the game you gain access to all 5 characters and their varying play styles. Most of the time all five are on the battlefield at the same time each with varying and deep skill sets and detailed skill trees. There is an archer, a two-handed weapon guy, a spear guy, a sword and board tanky guy and a slinger. I mainly used the spear guy but the computer is very capable of controlling the other four alongside you though they will never do as much damage as the one you control. With all five in the field that game is quite easy, I didn't die once on medium unless it was a boss fight where you are routinely reduced to one character and those still aren't particularly challenging once you notice the mechanics.

The story is told in engine and in a series of very good comic scenes all voice acted. In fact for what is a modest game in the nicest sense, the art and amount of gear is very generous. The game runs very well and the only bug I ran into was on the last boss fight where all the characters got knocked out of the arena and I had to reload. It's clear a lot of effort went into this.

Probably the only weakness is the questing. Almost every quest can be summed up as kill x number of people or destroy x number of things then kill the boss. A little more variety would have been nice.

Five is a very decent and unique addition to the ARPG genre. For it's price you'll get a game that compares very favourably to other efforts at this level.
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PrinceOfJudah
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 25
+ Excellent Art
+ Friendly AI (Big selling point for me)
+ Gameplay is good
+ Good OST
+ a NEW GENRE, Biblical Fantasy
+ Not complicated. User Friendly

- Equipment somewhat anachronistic and fantasy based
- You might not like that it is not overly complicated
- Not able to actually collect Philistine foreskins
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Matt Shield
( 2.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 21
FIVE: Guardians of David is an Action-RPG in the same vein as Diablo. Inspired by real-world events from Biblical times (the real reason I bought this, to be honest), you will take some of David's "Mighty Men" and fight against the enemies of Israel.

PROS:
Best Biblical video game EVER.
Fun combat (I vault kicked a Philistine off a city wall).
You control Eleazer one of greatest warriors in the Bible.
Good actvatable abilities.
Each character still feels unque.
Even without difficulty settings, the game feels properly challenging.

CONS:
No real tutorial.
I personally had a hard time clicking enemies (I can only run the game at roughly 25 FPS though)

NITPICKS:
Why did I fight Goliath with a bowstaff?
Enemies largely focus on the player-controlled character, making the ranged characters harder to use. But I only use the melee bruisers anyway.

PERSONAL THOUGHTS:
I am very pleased with what they did with the combat. Regardless of the weapon similarities, each character is unique and has a certain role. Beneniah is great for big single targets, Jashobeam will wreck hordes of lower level enemies, and Eleazer is quite tanky and has an AoE stun. The Goliath fight is peculiar given the source material, but watching a giant do a spear charge into a crowd and seeing the spectators fly through the air makes up for it. The control schene is certailny odd, but it is easily understood. If I had one thing I would change about the game, it is a shop tutorial. Yes, right-clicking shouldn't be hard to figure out, but I didn't right off so I lost a chance for more loot (a cardinal sin in gaming).

CONCLUSION:
Buy it, love it. Seriously, why are you still here reading this?
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Orma
( 10.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 17
Better than diablo 3
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ArchCantor
( 26.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 15
(I beat the game in about 26 hours. I played it post-patch so I played through a much more concise intro and I had no framerate issues.)

Pros:
1. Fun and varied gameplay with combat, stealth, boss battles, waypoint defense, reconnaissance, rescue, collection, and destruction quests.
2. Beautiful environments loosely based on ancient Canaan.
3. Tons of loot including fantasy interpretations of ancient Near East clothing, weapons, and armor. (It's all really freaking cool looking.)
4. A complex and thoughtful retelling of the story of David and his Mighty Men.
5. Satisfyingly brutal abilities like jars full of hornets.
6. Good soundtrack and sfx.
7. Professional voice acting.
8. Ability to switch between five truly differentiated main characters and occasionally control supporting characters adds variety and allows unique play styles.
9. A large selection of upgradeable, swappable abilities further adds complexity, variety and, allows unique play styles.
10. Spy network donation system unlocks upgrades to your homebase and inventory.
11. Fighting historical characters and battles adds emotional weight to the missions.
12. Warpigs.
13. Spin-kicking Moloch's face off.
15. Raiding the unclean tents of the heathen.

Cons:
1. Inconsistent mix of art styles.
2. Historical trivia (which is thankfully skippable) disrupts the story and mood of the game.
3. Some of the voice actors (even the well-known ones) phone in some of the more emotional scenes.
4. Some audio bugs like missing audio and overlapping music.
5. I was able to complete one level's objectives out of order making it unbeatable and requiring me to restart the level.
6. Inconsistent dialogue and narration writing ranging from good to poor.
7. No consequences for dying.
8. Using the best gear and upgrading abilities quickly make characters super-double-extra-OP. (But you don't have to use good gear or assign ability points if you don't want to.)

So, go buy it, just use the loot that makes your character look cool, set some warpigs on fire, smash Philistines with your skull hammer, ignore the caches and instead read the Lion of War series, some good history/archaeology texts and, of course, the Bible itself. My final score is GoBuyIt/10.
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[gbx]Warnoodle
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
As a Christian and a game dev for the industry making triple A games, I very much enjoyed this game thus far. It has done well keeping to The Word, while allowing some room for the imagination with all the armor upgrades and taking a journey with Davids mighty men of valor. I really enjoyed the Bible reference all throughout the game so that one can take note and follow along with whats happening in contrast with the Bible. The graphics are very well done and is hands down the best looking Christian game I have seen. As well isn't corny like all other Christian games I have seen.

This is a must get game if you have kids. There is no doubt that kids will grow into the more secular games for sure. But as we encourage good Christian game development like this buy purchasing it, the better chance of quality games will come out that will hopefully continue to draw more attention in due time. I see this as a starting phase for Christian based video games that are finally getting over the "corny" hump that the Christian movies and rock bands once found themselves in(Christian movies not to long ago getting past that phase).

So keep up the great work Kingdom Games! Looking forward to finishing the rest of the game when I find time.
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vlis7
( 25.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
I expected this game to be OK, but it is actually very fun and enjoyable. The graphics and environment are pleasing, the story is engaging, and the combat is satisfying. There are some minor pathing issues here and there, but this is not much of a problem. Overall, a surprisingly solid game.
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Kelescu
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 22
I like a lot of the diablo style isometric games but this game is very poor: the controls are unwieldy; graphics are poorly rendered and the voice acting is horrendous. I only payed a few minutes but it was enough for me to quickly ask for my money back. Very disappointing.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
20.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 21
Five: The Guardians of David is an Action RPG set in the Old Testament of the Bible. The aforementioned Five are David's Most loyal warriors who are tasked by David to go around killing all opposition Old Testament style. I never paid a lot of attention in religious classes but it seems like a very close re-telling of the story of David, even Goliath makes an appearance.

Very early in the game you gain access to all 5 characters and their varying play styles. Most of the time all five are on the battlefield at the same time each with varying and deep skill sets and detailed skill trees. There is an archer, a two-handed weapon guy, a spear guy, a sword and board tanky guy and a slinger. I mainly used the spear guy but the computer is very capable of controlling the other four alongside you though they will never do as much damage as the one you control. With all five in the field that game is quite easy, I didn't die once on medium unless it was a boss fight where you are routinely reduced to one character and those still aren't particularly challenging once you notice the mechanics.

The story is told in engine and in a series of very good comic scenes all voice acted. In fact for what is a modest game in the nicest sense, the art and amount of gear is very generous. The game runs very well and the only bug I ran into was on the last boss fight where all the characters got knocked out of the arena and I had to reload. It's clear a lot of effort went into this.

Probably the only weakness is the questing. Almost every quest can be summed up as kill x number of people or destroy x number of things then kill the boss. A little more variety would have been nice.

Five is a very decent and unique addition to the ARPG genre. For it's price you'll get a game that compares very favourably to other efforts at this level.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 21
Product received for free
Ok so I have had this game for ahile now and I figured it was time to write a review.
Ok here are the Pros and Cons.

(Pros)
+The level system

+Boss battles

+Weapon collecting
(This has to be my favorite part)

+Visually amazing

+Combat system

These would be my top pros for the game.
I wouldn't say controls are a pro or con because i'm still just getting used to them lol.
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(Cons)

-Leveling up too easy.
I know I said this was a pro, well it can be a pro can con.
If it was a little more harder to level up and gain gear just a little it would be perfect in my opinion.
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This game is a must have if you like this type game, It's very accurate as far as following the bible is concerned.
Over all I give this game a 13/10 It's very well made I enjoy it, I couldn't think of many cons so it must be good lol.
I hope this review helps if you are planning on buying it :) .
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 23
Product received for free
Fun easy game that delivers on what it offers
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
74 of 87 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
23.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2015
After several hours of play and reaching Act 3 I can safely recommend this game to any ARPG Fans.

The game seemed a bit rough around the edges starting out, but after getting to Act 3 where you have access to the "World Map" and access to the Market where you can go and donate items and other things, the game has grown on me and I think I may be addicted somewhat.

Do not pay attention to other reviewers stating that enemies do not drop loot, because they most certrainly do, and lots of it. The problem is the game starts you out facing enemies that do not drop loot. It seems in Five the enemies that drop loot most of the time are what you might call "Elites". These are enemies that have at least 1 Star under their health bar. Some enemies will have more than one star indicating they are higher rank and they will drop more and better loot.

Honestly Five has more in common with Marvel Heroes Online than any thing else I can think of. Five is more about skills much like MHO. Also some have complained that they don't get to put points into their individual stats on level up, which is true, but Five is more about farming loot that has the stat bonuses you want and fine tuning your character that way, which honestly has more impact than dropping 5 points into various stats each level up.

I highly encourage others to play through to Act 3 and possibly a little further before posting your review. Once you have access to Zion things get much more interesting, plus you can use the map to go back and play previous chapters and even farm bosses.

In fact I just finished replaying the chapter where you fight Goliath and got myself a brand spankin' new Goliath Spear that has different stats than the first one I got, plus the stats are better as in Five when loot drops it drops around your level, enemies also seem to get buffed when you go back through area's as well, which keeps things a little more challenging.

I have really enjoyed the comic book cut scenes and voice overs as well. Very good and informative stuff.

All the Biblical and Historical information the game gives you along the way comes in handy when you get access to Zion as there is a Quiz Podeum thing where it tests your knowledge through the different chapters of the game and then you are granted loot based on how well you did. It is not a new thing, but it is nice to see it in the game.

Also if there are features you want to see added be sure to post in the forums as Chris will usually respond and pass suggestions on to the Dev Team.

All in all, after several hours of play I would give Five a solid 7.5/10. It's a good ARPG for the money and is better than some of the other Diablo clones on Steam. There are still some improvements and features that could be added and I hope the Dev's will listen to fans and add those features in the future.
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54 of 62 people (87%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
9.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 1, 2015
Yes, Yes this is an ARPG based on the Bible. I say "based" as its clear when they invent a character or place. It doesn't preach, and doesn't require you to know the bible to enjoy this.

But Bible aside this game doesn't suffer for its Bible trappings. I'm a sucker for games that use any source material well and moreso when they enrich your own knowlage or lack thereof the materal in the game. Crusader Kings II has their wikipedia links when they use actual people and Five Guardians of David does as well by having Caches hidden throught the level to collect and with it comes a bit of directors commentary as to where you are sits in the bible or where they chose to embellish, even has the passage they took it from.

So now that I have said that the Bible setting of the game doesn't interfere with the game by being "preachy" I have slain that 500 pound gorrila and can move on to the game itself.

Its an action rpg with the standards of a action bar that fills as you level up and a equipment that you earn to increase your stats with. Being paired up with other controlable npcs allows for you to have choices in how you want to fight such as be melee or ranged. It also helps the story along as your charcter doesnt talk alound to himself for exposition. This is the Bible so yes there is plenty of bossfights and they come with decent set pieces and a solid challenge. David can get stumped by Goliath.

Productionwise the game's artists and programmers must be commended for making a setting aproprate to the era. Good sound design and suprising voice work helps move a simple story. The music sets the mood and the games cinematics do a good job of setting the plot and location well.

My only complaints so far is the "comic book cutscenes" could be handled better and be a better resolution. And AI partners love to ignore a beating you are taking if its more than 5 feet away, There is a few crashes when I mess with the shadow settings as well.

Overall if you want a fun arpg, moreso one thats set in the Bible, this stands alone but it stands strong.
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38 of 49 people (78%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2015
For the time I've played this game, I have truly enjoyed the experience! This is the Christian game that many people have been wanting, whether they are believers or not. The way that it's a purely biblical game, yet gameplay is the main star. From getting into the story, characters, voice acting and challenges that the game throws at you it's really a fun ARPG.

Yes, it has some minor issues here and there but I'm sure they will get fixed with patches (like your party standing around not attacking or the game loading sometimes without sound, but that last one could have been my own laptop's issuse, not sure).

I highly recommend this game for ARPG fans, and for Christians, this is the game that you've been waiting for and complaining that didn't exist....
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21 of 23 people (91%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2015
Coming from a relatively non religious background, I was expecting a rather to the script retelling of the bible. Instead, I have been pleasantly surprised by the depth and scope of the story provided. Not only has it kept me interested, but by sprinkling in excerpts from the Bible, the game provides background to the story unfolding before you.

Gameplay wise it plays very much like Diablo/PoE. FIVE changes this up a bit however by providing you with a choice of characters that stay grouped with you, allowing the player to switch between them at will. This lets you change your playstyle up to suit the situation, whether it be ranged or close quarter combat.

Lastly, chapters are punctuated with some fantastic artwork in a comic book style that moves the story along at a great pace.

Highlight so far:
-The battle between David and Goliath.
-Art Work
-Plays Smoothly, very few dramas with bugs so far.

Negatives:
-Lack of mob variety early on, wolves, wolves and more wolves.
-Pacing of abilities gained
-The voice acting is a mixed bag, some is great it but can be quite jarring to hear a thick accent in conversation with an american one.

Verdict: Will continue playing, enjoying the story and the familiar gameplay as a Diablo fan. Good value for money buy if you're looking for a game thats easy to get into and you enjoy the hack/slash genre.
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26 of 33 people (79%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 25
+ Excellent Art
+ Friendly AI (Big selling point for me)
+ Gameplay is good
+ Good OST
+ a NEW GENRE, Biblical Fantasy
+ Not complicated. User Friendly

- Equipment somewhat anachronistic and fantasy based
- You might not like that it is not overly complicated
- Not able to actually collect Philistine foreskins
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35 of 49 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2015
FIVE: Guardians of David is a ARPG what mostly can remind for you Diablo, Titan Quest or Torchlight. It's story is mostly based on the Bible stories, so you found yourself at ancient lands of Canaan in David's era . The story enough interesting and well confirmed, also the cut scenes looks very good, its confirmed in comic style. The control is enough simple and good, if you played before same style games its should be similar to you. The graphic looks good, sounds and music also good, all this do a game even more enjoyable.

So my verdict

+good music and sounds
+nice comic cut scenes
+enough interesting story
+steam achievements and cards
+interesting boss battles (for example Goliath)

-some bugs
-a bit high price

This game I think really enjoyable. The gameplay is enough good, music, sounds and graphic is well confirmed. So if you like a Diablo style games and don’t fear from a Bible based story I recommend this game for you, especially you can got this with good discount at winter sale.

8.5/10
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
26.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 15
(I beat the game in about 26 hours. I played it post-patch so I played through a much more concise intro and I had no framerate issues.)

Pros:
1. Fun and varied gameplay with combat, stealth, boss battles, waypoint defense, reconnaissance, rescue, collection, and destruction quests.
2. Beautiful environments loosely based on ancient Canaan.
3. Tons of loot including fantasy interpretations of ancient Near East clothing, weapons, and armor. (It's all really freaking cool looking.)
4. A complex and thoughtful retelling of the story of David and his Mighty Men.
5. Satisfyingly brutal abilities like jars full of hornets.
6. Good soundtrack and sfx.
7. Professional voice acting.
8. Ability to switch between five truly differentiated main characters and occasionally control supporting characters adds variety and allows unique play styles.
9. A large selection of upgradeable, swappable abilities further adds complexity, variety and, allows unique play styles.
10. Spy network donation system unlocks upgrades to your homebase and inventory.
11. Fighting historical characters and battles adds emotional weight to the missions.
12. Warpigs.
13. Spin-kicking Moloch's face off.
15. Raiding the unclean tents of the heathen.

Cons:
1. Inconsistent mix of art styles.
2. Historical trivia (which is thankfully skippable) disrupts the story and mood of the game.
3. Some of the voice actors (even the well-known ones) phone in some of the more emotional scenes.
4. Some audio bugs like missing audio and overlapping music.
5. I was able to complete one level's objectives out of order making it unbeatable and requiring me to restart the level.
6. Inconsistent dialogue and narration writing ranging from good to poor.
7. No consequences for dying.
8. Using the best gear and upgrading abilities quickly make characters super-double-extra-OP. (But you don't have to use good gear or assign ability points if you don't want to.)

So, go buy it, just use the loot that makes your character look cool, set some warpigs on fire, smash Philistines with your skull hammer, ignore the caches and instead read the Lion of War series, some good history/archaeology texts and, of course, the Bible itself. My final score is GoBuyIt/10.
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