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Sins Of The Demon RPG

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Long ago, in the land of Lanistra, a demon by the name of Isharul appeared. He lashed out against the world, seeking to destroy everything in sight. Only with the help of Princess Atsuki was the beast dispelled.

Yet as he faded, Isharul placed a curse upon the land. And so it was that if a person committed one of the seven deadly sins in a great enough magnitude, they would become possessed by demons themselves.

Follow the journey of Kenshi, a wandering demon hunter, and his brother, a demon cat seeking a way to return to his true form. Can they find a way to end the curse and save Lanistra?

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 98, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
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Sins Of The Demon RPG reviews and comments

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It'S a great game, and even more for the price it has. The story plot is pretty good. We Follow The classic formula of the mysterious protagonist and his companion with demonic powers, of which we know nothing and that throughout history will begin to reveal his past and in turn they begin to remember facts suppressed in his memory and discover Important information about its origin. Perhaps It may seem repetitive, monotonous and something already seen, as most RPGs nowadays recycle, but believe me when I say no. The concept itself is that the kingdom of Transnistria is cursed by a demon named Isharul. This Demon was confronted by Princess Atsuka and defeated, but her curse remained in force. This Curse is that anyone who commits one of the 7 deadly sins will become a demon of that sin. The game really knows how to tell a story, which by the way, is quite original in its genre and certainly leaves you wanting more once finished the game. Pros:-Simple Gameplay-Good contrast of difficulty (normal demons regularly are weak but bosses often give you headaches even if you are high)-Original Story in its genre and a fairly catchy soundtrack-Excellent Price/quality ratio (I found it on offer for $6.99 MX and its quality is infinitely superior to games that cost 10 times what this)-Good duration of the game (15 hours played and still I lack enough content to polish)-The sequences in the past and what S sad moments were implemented in an excellent way-Development of excellent history-Spinning in the plot completely unexpected (and go that there are few, especially in Chapter 3)-Good system of progression and farming-simple and polished combat System-Has Chrome Cons-Being so simple the combat system, in the beginning with just being using basic attack you can advance a good part of the game. -There is Not so much variety of skills per character (6 maximum in the case of the protagonist, but yes, each of the 4 main feels quite different from the others)-Sequences in the past of the characters leave You "naked" (it is understandable, but at least I expected some items to not die-sometimes enemies will "hover" while you have a conversation and look at the inventory. -It Is a little difficult to say this without spoiler, but I hoped that the demons shown in the trailer were a kind of bosses who control all the demons of sin they represented, something like the Greater Fiends in Ninja Gaiden 2, but it is not , it seemed that all this was omitted; They are just common demons and currents that go in group and that they are well, they are replaced by other entities, I would have liked to see in the final product. That's all I have to say, is a great game that I recommend to buy all those who like the RPGs not so long and with good history.
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