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Dawn's Light

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After losing everyone he ever loved, Harvey is driven to revenge... but will his hatred cause him to become no different than the ones he is trying to stop?

Dawn's Light features tons of enthralling puzzles, unique dungeon designs, an epic storyline and an intuitive journal system. Explore over 25 islands across 5 different continents in this massive quest.
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John Wizard
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John Wizard
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http://johnwizard.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® 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: 114 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound-compatible sound card
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Dawn's Light reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
A very nice RPG maker game. Classic JRPG LIKE the early Final Fantasy Parts for SNES. For me, a Role-playing game with the Sidequests stands and falls, and Dawn's Light has a nice Number of them. And not only the typical Search-and-breeze tasks, but many different ones, which can be done in a genre-appropriate way at different Times. The Main Story is also very beautiful. I particularly liked the Characters, who are all beautifully worked out and develop a wonderful Group Dynamic. All in all, fully recommended for Fans of the Genre. I am looking forward to the second Part, which is now on Greenlight.
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Microsoft from Russian
Yes, I did not expect that the usual game on the RPG maker will tighten so much, but it was worth it! So Many different quests and puzzles that are not sorry for not one second spent in the game. The more so that there is no grinda, because the enemies are not restored, so each time it becomes interesting and want to know what will happen next. Yes There is even a real exam at the end where you need to choose the right answers, you can still save the MIMISHNYH kittens and a pile of everything else, not even to mention. And if suddenly you are stuck and do not know where to move further, look this playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IocTZ-Wt-xw&t=148s and all at once will be clear. Thanks to this girl I went through the most catchy moments. 36 hours, not bad, could and 40 if wanted to pass by 100%, but at the end of the hurry, I wanted to know how it will end!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Well aged RPG maker bedrock, but not a Must Dawn's Light is a good RPG maker game that primarily benefits from its solid Girth, numerous Sidequests and successful puzzle passages. Unfortunately, only kit graphics and soundtracks were used, which simply slipped out for People like me who have already pulled many maker RPGs. What's more, I'm also bothered by the Humour that sometimes teasing Out Chucklers, but also eliminates any Seriousness of the standard story. But as you know, you can't argue about humour, which is why I don't want to crystallize this Aspect of the Game as an objective negative Point. All in all, a successful RPG maker game, which, however, brings with it this certain Aura of Amateurishness that makes you ponder whether the Commerciality of this Game is justified. Now there are much better Titles from this Niche. Pro and Cons: Pro:-numerous Sidequests keep you in a mood from Start to finish-very good puzzle sections for RPG-maker ratios-usual uncomplicated control Via Keyboard or Controller-offers some more untypical Game systems such as threat system and Level Scaling-Waiver of Random Fights and opponent resurflight neutral:-the silly Humour is not for everyone's Kontra:-Standard graphics and soundtracks from the RPG maker VX kit-uninspired 08/15 plot-annoying backtracking-unfair boss fight in the Mid-section of the Game
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