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Geneforge 3

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Geneforge 3 is an Indie fantasy role-playing adventure, the third chapter of the Geneforge Saga. In this fantasy adventure, you can explore strange, hostile lands, choose which side you will fight for, and, as always, make your own horde of completely obedient mutant monsters.

Geneforge 3 has a huge and open storyline. You can help one of several factions, each with its own goals. There are dozens of different endings. You can help the rebels, or fight them. Slay your enemies, or use stealth and diplomacy. When you finish the game, start over, choose a different side or tactics, and experience a completely different game.

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Spiderweb Software
Spiderweb Software
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  • Operating system:Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
  • Processor:1.6 GHz CPU
  • Memory:512 MB
  • Hard disk space:300MB
  • Video: OpenGL compliant graphics card
  • Sound:Sound card
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Last Modified: Jan 16, 2023

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Rating: 3/10.-Down compared to the two previous deliveries. It is played The same, but it is infinitely more boring... And that at first glance few mechanics have changed.
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Microsoft from Spain
Geneforge 3 continues in the line of the first two titles of the saga: if you liked the previous ones, you will like this one too. Graphically and musically it is almost identical to its older siblings, although it is true that perhaps this third installment has a less entertaining and simpler argument. The stage, 6 islands full of places to explore and enemies and allies with whom to fight and interact. Hundreds of main and secondary missions that ensure a hundred hours of play. The worst, that the five factions we found in the previous deliveries have become two. The rebels and the shapers. Reducing interest to the plot and making it more repetitive. The best, which (as in the previous two deliveries) good and evil have nuances that will make us doubt on more than one occasion on what decision to take. This gives a certain sense of freedom. For all this, and the merit of making a game so simple technically, but so complex in the rest of its sections, as the other titles of this great (and unknown) saga, I give an 8. NOTE: 8/10.
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