Tried on playpass. It feels less like a choice game when answers seem fixed to death or no result, and more like a cheap "story" that forces you with what the devs want. Several "choices" got items when others don't and made them seem like the only ones that are supposed to be chosen so it doesn't feel like a choice game when everything is not random and forced. Example: helping in the fields ALWAYS killed my character. Unbelievable.
27 people found this review helpful
A game where you make choices for progression. While most of the choices are neutral, some reduce lives and few gives extra life. You go from a forgettable child to a prominent figure. Two endings in general and two main paths, which intersect. Is it good as a game? Depends on your choice. Is it good as a 'Middle Ages' game? No. The game is far from being historically or culturally correct. That is not what I expected. I'd give it a better rating if it advertised itself differently, as fantasy.
64 people found this review helpful
A sweet choice story game, both art and audio are pleasant and compliment each other well. The story itself isn't anything extraordinary and can be finished really quickly (talking about an hour or two for going through 100 percent of content). My recommendation would be to get it on sale like I did simply because there isn't much content to go through.
13 people found this review helpful