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Thorne - Death Merchants

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Thorne: Tales of The Crow is a character-driven, episodic RPG developed by a Brazilian Indie company. Each episode tells a different tale of Thorne, an infamous mercenary known as The Crow.Story
Thorne finds himself in chains for a murder he did not commit, which is unusual. The explanation to the facts that led him to his arrest unveils the sinister truth of Hollow Lake, a nearby village crippled by corruption.

Play as an infamous mercenary known as "The Crow" in a decayed and corrupt world, find your way out of chains and get paid for your contract.

- Explore a corrupt and dark world, meet ambiguous and interesting characters, judge them as friends or foes.
- Fight against magical creatures, wild beasts, cursed monsters, witches, sorcerers and professional hunters who are after the prize for your head.
- Make your character progression as you wish. Choose from a vast variety of accessories that best serve you in combat.
- Be "The Crow".

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Thorne Games
Aldorlea Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound
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So after around 4 hrs playtime and one playthrough here is my review: first of all i rly enjoyed playing this game. its some kind of Van Hellsing/ Berzerk - like game. pros: -good story -love the indie/2D-style -runs on lower systems perfectly -if u started u want the progress -good mixture of battle/story/riddles -at the end u have a cliffhanger, so im lookin forward for the next parts -after first playthrough i have 12/22 achievements (so i want to play it again with a bit of distance) -u just have a view items to switch inside ur inv, so u dont need hours to collect/ build ur char cons: -the biggest minus is, that i clipped 3-4 times on flowerpixels or something else during fights -> bit ann oying -to me its sometimes a bit too pressed inside the quest ( although i just got 12/22 achievements the first time.. so its just could be me that sucks at this game lul) -during the game u just evolve 1 lvl even if u do, so maybe its an option to not even put in a leveling system so afterall i would say its worth every dollar/euro u spent , IF they can make a even bigger story out of it in the next parts :) enjoy gaming ppl :)!
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Thorne lives primarily from his Game world and Plot So also managed to make the Conversions of the Game world, plot, Characters and episode structure have failed, if I had to evaluate only the Game itself, for Thorne – Death Merchants would only be a mediocre Rating popping out – if at all. In any case, the sluggish Fights combined with a subtly spongy control will not rip anyone off the Stool. Too bad, actually, because Falcom's Ys series showed how incredibly much Fun such a thing can be if it is implemented skincorrecely. But the Limitations of the RPG maker program were probably shown, which in any case is rather tailored to turn-based Battles. Nevertheless, the positive Aspects of the Game make me turn a Blind eye again and give me a Thumbs up quite a bit. While I don't think the Next Episode irons out Death Merchants ' weak points, I still want to know what's next for hard-partying Mercenary Thorne. So The Game definitely did something right. Pro and Kontra:-Successful Implementation of a tough medieval fantasy world in the Style of The Witcher, Gothic, etc.-well-implemented episode concept (it seems like the first Episode of an exciting TV series)-self-created, good Soundtrack-controller support and Common comfort elements are included (Questlog, unrestricted Storage) Neutral:-£2.99 for 3-4 Hours of Play-Thorne uses almost only prefabricated kit graphics, but relies competently around contra:-the Combat system does not serve much and prepares No Fun-Control seems a bit spongy and sluggish (especially in the Fights)
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