Good sequel but really wish i can rate 4.5 The setting is entirely different from the previous game and it is enjoyable. You can still tell there are a lot of fake choices, but at least the consequences are obvious now. The "combat" is shorter and more predictable this time but still likeable.
Loved it I liked this one aswell so 5 stars for me.
Love it just as much as the first
Heroes Rise trilogy I'm rating not only this instalment, but the series as whole. Why? Well, I'm giving them all the same rating; also, the more time you invest in following your hero, the more difficult it becomes to put the story down. Just one more decision, one more chapter, etc. I spent many an hour past my bed time to discover what fate had in store for my dear protagonist. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys a great read and doesn't mind staying up late to get swept away by it's story. Well, Hero, will you rise?
Minor bug I can't seem to access the legend guide, but it's really just a minor inconvenience. I still love all of it and really just all your stories in general! Thanks for the good times!!
Just...terrible The concept is terrible, a tv show about heroes competing to be the best? The execution is about as entertaining. I couldnt finish it. At one point, the game spends an entire 4 or more pagesbof discussion between characters about the image of homosexuality in society and how they should and shouldnt represent themselves. Since every character is gay, you have to listen to them all way in. It feels like the whole segment is trying to make a statement that is really out of place in a video game, and boring.
• Statscreen fix.
• Maintenance release.
• Maintenance patch for Heroes Rise: HeroFall release.
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