Not much for choices at all. This one is pure social filler and its boring. I don't care for my comrades and feel like I shouldn't be forced to. Almost zero combat makes for an exceptionally bad adventure game. Let alone half your previous relationships mean nothing. You go from witcher, to vampire slayer, to troll hunter, to demon hunter, and to bed ridden weakling. Oh no a regular guy attacking me ugh defeated. Plus all the work to build supplies and multi playthroughs to get stuff in the other two now mean nothing. Why put in the effort to play your game if the effort is pointless. Now my play through is just skipping the extra story bits because they don't actually matter. Reading adventure that has no adventure and reading that eventually amounts to a wasted bit of time.
I love the story and evrything about this all most all the choices you make have big concequence when will be their a new story im very excited
I've played all 3 books in this series and I do enjoy it, but it's definitely lacking compared to other COA games. The plot is interesting, but the writing is lacking. It seems to me that the writer needs a thesaurus, because so many words are reused over and over - it gets a little irritating. For example, describing all green eyes as "verdant" and everyone grinning and winking. It may not be a big deal to some, but when you read all 3 at once it gets to be a bit much. Also, I feel like the main character is pretty much useless, no matter how you do your stats. All in all, the writing and game play need work.
First of all, keep in mind that this review is for the whole series, not just this book. I think the story is interesting and character imteractions feel better than most of the other Choice of games, but what I don't like about is the frequent, almost always, usage of "grin" and its other forms (grinning, grinned, etc.). At first it didn't catch my attention but after several replays, it started to somewhat bother me. Also, I don't quite get the logic behind some of the stat development: I think when an option is forced due to low level in a stat, it shouldn't affect another one. Still, it's nothing gamebreaking and I still enjoyed it. So yeah, there are flaws but a solid interactive novel nevertheless. Definitely worth the price. Can't wait for the sequel 👍
I'm only giving 2 stars since I can't get past meeting healer due to an error that pops up due to line 1522 yell variable not being found after that gets fixed I'll gladly change the review:)
Free content is pretty gigantic, though it ends sort of randomly instead of with the usual cliffhanger. Engaging characters, nicely written, and can be played without having played the first two.
• Various tweaks to stat changes
• Minor text corrections and changes.
Roleplay a fantasy god - Decision maker - Text adventure - Chat stories sorcery