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Sword Legacy Omen

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Welcome to Broken Britannia "Before Arthur’s Golden Age, our realm was lost, shattered and decadent; kingdoms torn apart by blind selfishness. A broken Britannia, void of hope." The lord of Mercia has been assassinated, your love kidnapped and home is no more. As Uther, the disgraced Knight Commander, you must lead your misfit band of companions throughout quests riddled with trials. Forge uneasy alliances to acquire the mythical Excalibur sword and defeat the sinister power-obsessed duke of Wessex Combat in Sword Legacy: Omen is always a challenge. As a strategist, you will need to plan your course of action with four heroes at a time. However, be ready to adapt and improvise because combat results always change based on the chosen abilities and chances of landing an attack.KEY FEATURESTactical Combat: Learn the importance of strategic positioning and unleash powerful skill combos with your party. Free Exploration: When not in combat, investigate the environment, find treasures, solve riddles, and uncover secrets. Party Customization: Adapt characters to your play style, manage your team, and progress by unlocking over 70 unique skills. Hordes of Enemies and Unique Bosses: Fight a variety of vicious mobs and face powerful monsters in grueling battles. Stress System: Use all your might to become victorious, but deplete your willpower and witness your heroes fall prey to panic. Old-School Art Style With a Dark Twist: Relive the beautiful aesthetic of classic animations fused with the visuals of obscure and gothic comics. A Different Take on a Classic Myth: Experience the Arthurian legends as never before, as famous characters and locations are revamped in a mature storyline of vengeance, honor, conspiracy and alchemy. Interactive Environment: Study your surroundings and make deadly moves by blowing up explosive barrels and pushing enemies off edges.
Release date
Aug 12, 2018
Firecast Studio
Fableware Narrative Design
Team17 Digital, Team17 Software Ltd
Age rating
Not rated

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Sword Legacy Omen reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Rather Schwach. 4 Heroes Group Often comes to its Performance Limit! No in Addition to Quests to collect enough Gold for better Equipment etc. And to be well equipped against Opponents like e.g. The Dragon with 90 Points of Life! Too often luck decides During the Fight. Have nothing against something Challenge but have no Buck on Frustration! The Game also keeps getting stuck. Very annoying if you had some Luck during the Battle. And has to repeat everything again. Should few Updates come try again. In The Current State, have no Desire to play it to The end. Sorry but no buy Recommendation. A Lot of It is just not thought through and the Game consists of only one Main Story. 4/10 Points ... rgr & out
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I've never heard the Story of Uther like that. The Game really tied me to the PC for 2 Nights. What's so good about it? -Lage-based, but not "cozy"-Had only one little Bug-The Characters, especially Uther, are well done and their Stories traceable. Though not as deep as a Baldurs Gate or Dragon Age. This Game does not have that Scope either. -Music, setting, History and Fights are coherent (even if I personally don't particularly like this comic style)-There are (thankfully) no Puzzles, you can tell you from a little optional door puzzle What's not good? -Damn, why is it over? I could like to keep playing-People who don't like a linear Gameplay and like to do side Quests in an Open World Are not served here. There is no open World, nor Side Quests or Crafting Or a Build-up Part
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A nice Game that entertained me well. Not a Revelation, but without major Weaknesses. I found the Game mechanics that you could not classically "elaborate" attributes, but only by unlocking the Skills and improving the Equipment developed, refreshingly different. It is quite Fun to experiment with the eight Game characters and their Skills and to form "functioning" teams of four from them before The start of the individual Quests. Different Approaches are possible in principle, but I found a defensive Approach in which one retreats in one Direction and then lets the Opponents come, the easiest. Since sufficient Healing can be a Problem, it makes Sense to avoid damage as best you can! Since the Game Characters do not level in the classical Sense as mentioned above, the Equipment and the Free Play of The skills have an important Role to play. If you don't have the Feeling of being strong enough for the current State of the strictly linear main Story, you can use the random Battles to achieve unlimited "gold" and "Prestige" farms if necessary in order to reach a higher Level. There are no side Quests. Personally, I give the Game the Grade 7.5 out of 10
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