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Aveyond 3-1: Lord of Twilight

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Chapter 1 in a four-part series! Journey across a massive world on a quest to thwart a power-crazed lunatic who wants to enslave humanity! Two hundred years ago, a sorcerer attempted to fulfill a dark prophecy that would see him rule the world. He died before his goal was realized, but the prophecy lingered on. Today, another maniac stands determined to succeed where the sorcerer failed and he needs YOU to fulfill his plan. Are you brave/crazy enough to stop this guy?Games that have been released in the series:Aveyond: Lord of Twilight (DOWNLOAD HERE) Aveyond: Gates of Night (DOWNLOAD HERE) Aveyond: The Lost Orb (DOWNLOAD HERE) Aveyond: The Darkthrop Prophecy (DOWNLOAD HERE)Features: HUMOR. Lots of it. Humor is the core of Aveyond. You will laugh... or else! Massive world filled with loads of monsters, loot, and civilizations. Travel with a large party of friends. Pick your leader and your fighters for turn-based battles. Seek out special academies to learn skills like climbing so that you can explore new areas. Help Edward, one of your party members, find a wife or face the wrath of his mother. Give or steal from temples. Obtain a magical sword that can have its properties changed by the gem you put in its hilt. Run a farm in your spare time and collect creatures. Awesome music brought to you by an award-winning musician who has the entire Final Fantasy music library memorized. For the lazy: find the secret treasure caves and equip your heroes with mega weapons, gold, and level ups. 20+ achievements to unlock!
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Release date
Feb 7, 2014
Developer
Amaranth Games, LLC
Publisher
Degica
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.aveyond.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® 98 / XP / Vista / 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
  • Processor: PC with 800MHz Intel® Pentium® III equivalent or higher processor
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 1024 x 768 pixels or higher desktop resolution
  • Storage: 61 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Aveyond 3-1: Lord of Twilight reviews and comments

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What about this game, if not that it left me on my hunger? Let us hear well, I know that I have only played two unfortunate hours and that those who appreciated it will say that it is not enough to enjoy the substantive marrow... But let's be honest, it's rare that a player goes beyond the flaws of a game after such a period of time unless he finds something that marks him and makes him want to cling. In my opinion, Aveyond does not have this little something that could make it a niche success, although it is part of the excellent family of Amaranth games which I invite you to test the creations (all made on RPG maker). On this, truce of preamble and cut in the bright. The universe of Aveyond, without reinventing hot water, is very coherent for a heroic-fantasy universe: you will be entitled to humans, dwarves, vampires, swords, Mages, thieves and rats to kill at level 1 as much as you want. The story itself appears quite classic (the main character is a key to a mechanism/spell/ultimate Monster destined to destroy the world), but I probably did come far enough to see the rebound and reversations of situations in which RPGs are usually prodigists. Nevertheless, the fact that the first two hours of play are of extreme linearity, punctuated with some minor quests without great interest and incessant go-returns does not plead in his favor. What to say of the characters, if not that if their dialogues are well written if one appreciates a simple and "realistic" style, they remain tasteless: one feels well a writing effort concerning the main character, but it remains superficial, which does not help to identify with himself or others. The game mechanics make the most of the RPG maker's capabilities: the exploration is done in real time both keyboard and mouse, the turn-by-turn fights are triggered as soon as one touches an enemy, no noticeable bugs... but this will not prevent the difficulty curve of the game from making you Squeak your teeth. What for? Because if you don't have a problem with the first fights, you'll soon be able to face enemies that will inflict disproportionate damage on your level. When a slime inflicts you in the 60 damage per lap while you have in the 600 PV and you face them in Pack of 3, there is a problem. The game is worth the effort, both in terms of gold earned and experience, but you find yourself quickly to ransack your food reserve to take back 10 PV or 50 PV over there (potions are too mainstream) then return to town for refuel. Players who love grinder and Greenpeace supporters will also be happy to learn that monsters can come back after a while. This approach to fighting is all the less appreciable because the characters are not well balanced. After two hours of play, you will end up with: Ginette, "the spy" who is more talented to make a bite to the enemies than to avoid blows or to do damage; Gérard, the warrior who makes damage by typing like a deaf man; and Roberta the amnesiac (because it takes one), which will have little more than a spell of sleep when she joins you when she has little health and defense. It is difficult to counter groups of up to five enemies who can sometimes tacky up to the entire Trio at the same time. In the end, is this game worth spending time and money on? Paradoxically, I think so. It has indisputable qualities and can be suitable for players who are not afraid to take the time to visit every corner of a forest, to visit each building or to accommodate the sometimes strange aesthetics of the few protagonists drawn. Just wait for it to go up to five euros. Heaven will keep you happy.
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