Silverfall is one of those games I always wanted to buy at the game store but never pulled the trigger on. It sat on the shelf with Divine Divinity, another game I always wanted to buy but something else had more of my attention. Having now played the latter and just finished this game I can safely recommend that no one play this game and instead play Divine Divinity if you're looking for a hidden gem. Silverfall isn't bad but it's terribly mundane, I only ever encountered one crash and following the Steam forum suggestions didn't have any issues installing it. I played it to the end, though I'm not sure why, it's almost mind numbing enough combat like Diablo 2 to just parade through for loot but the loot isn't very exciting either. Overall I think this game was just a bit too easy, and while it isn't terrible it just isn't worth recommending that any of my friends play. It's one redeeming quality, if I had to choose one, would be that it's graphics engine plays quite nicely with the Nvidia Control Panel so I was able to easily add far more AA and AF than would have been possible at release. Even tech that wasn't available then like FXAA played nicely, sadly the game doesn't offer a lot of thought through detail so while you have a nice smooth cartoony look after adjusting settings you still aren't left with much to look at.