Mixed bag on this one. On the plus side, it’s set in the medieval era which is rare and very well executed. There are journal entries and codexes from real books of the era, and set in a real time period with real characters. The story is engaging and the attention to detail is fantastic. However, it could do with better optimisation - playing it on ugly settings with a 1080 to get 60+ fps. The combat is really clunky, the save system is horrible, and it’s full of bugs. I don’t mind most of those things because it’s so unique and engaging, but I would say hold off until they fix a few more of them. On the whole though I’m really impressed and look forward to more of it.
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