Shirt and sweet Yes the first part is short. But if you enjoy it you will want the next parts. At time of writing I have just blasted through the first 3 parts in 2 weeks. I believe that for £9 that is good value. It was highly enjoyable and I love the mechanics and the story. I'm not sure it is as repayable as 80days but I thought it was worth it.
An excellent start Wasn't sure what to expect, but didn't expect to enjoy this so much. Made me genuinely laugh and engaged me a lot. Almost missed my stop on the train a couple of times.
Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. I remember playing "The Warlock of Firetop Mountain" and so forth back in the day and absolutely loving them. All 3 of these games are like that, beautifully rendered with gorgeous illustrations, a multitudinous amount of choices and some genuinely "hmmmm" puzzles and strategies. I now have all 3 and am really looking forward to working through them. The map itself is gorgeously done, as is the music, and I love the story. Definitely worth the money, good honest fun, evocative of my youth and lovingly brought up to date. What's not to like?! :) Oh and being able to transfer your character between parts is pretty cool too. Buy these, you'll love them.
Great idea, lack of content 5 bucks should get me 5 hours of 1st time play, and replayability should take second seat. I appreciate what you guys have done, but i blew through this game in like a hour. If you have the 5 bucks to spend go for it, but if your looking for something to invest time in, this is not for you.
Good but short (and not complete) Like the title say. Good writing, good design and good story. But the first part is finished rather quickly (even more than you think because this game is really immersing) and you have to buy sorcery 2 3 and 4. Great game nonetheless. Just be wary that it's just a part of a "big" game.
Too short Is OK, but for this expense I expected a Lot more longevity or interaction. Won't be buying the sequels at this price.
Fixed a bug that could corrupt the saved game after rewinding.
★★★★★ “The Bard’s Tale is easily the funniest game I’ve ever played” – IGN ★★★★★