Funny dialogues and great gameplay Really spent a lot of time on this game, picking up on small details and puns that they threw in. The game is well balanced and challenging. All in all, great game.
Great humor It's filled with references cameos and just generally feels so lighthearted you can't help but love it! Just a goofy fun jrpg
Nice old school throw back Definitely worth the money. Plays smooth on tegra note tablet. Lots of little pop culture references, some of them are pretty blatant, others are more subtle. The only thing I really don't care for is that some of the jokes are very childish, and if you're old enough to get some of the references, then you're probably past finding the childish jokes funny.
Nice take on the genre If you like both old school rpgs and the naked gun you will like this. Kind of like the book "ready player one", there are a TON of geek and pop culture references here!
Overall awesome in my opinion This game have somehow given me a bit of the same feel I had playing FF for the first time, and also having some alright reference-humour at every corner, which is my type of humour. I can, however, see it possibly being a bit much for some people, but for those like me, it'll be kind if like playing some of the original FF gamed with giggles every now and then.
For a parody, most original. Only problems: The hidden virtual D-Pad floats when the scenery changes (though not in the same scenery). The way you open the menus isn't transparent (figuratively - but the help did). Pleasant surprises: Not only enemy AI but enemy psych (HATE effects!) Deducting EX by % of time K.O. instead of all or nothing. The Bright Warriors *are* as tough as you expect (if you can find them). The V-D-Pad is not only invisible but usable anywhere on the left, and so is and can the right - really out of the way. Bye.
Added Android TV Compatibility,
Added and Fixed input scheme: can run with touch, gamepad, android tv remotes (dpad) and keyboard.
★★★★★ “The Bard’s Tale is easily the funniest game I’ve ever played” – IGN ★★★★★