Aarklash First Legacy Impressions

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This game literally came out of nowhere. I had no idea what it was when I downloaded it. The only thing I knew is the creators of, Of Orcs and Men made the game. so I figured I might as well try this one out since I never had the chance to play Of Orcs And Men. The first thing I noticed about the game was the fact that you control four different characters, and they’re all different races. You’re a human {obviously}, a goblin, and two other unknown races. I’ve only played the game for about 20 minutes so if they did say the name of these two other races I didn’t hear it. The game starts off with our four heroes stealing an artifact from a noble. Things quickly go south and I got attacked by some of his royal guards. The gameplay is where this game shines for me. I love tactical gameplay and it’s not bad in this game.

It’s a little challenging at first because I didn’t know what I was doing but after awhile I really got into it. I’ll send my tank into the front lines to soak up the damage while my mage and healer keep her alive long enough for my goblin to dish out the damage with his slit throat ability. Graphically the game is nothing special but it gets the job done and I actually liked the scenery that i’ve seen so far. The voice acting is ok I suppose but I haven’t played enough of the game to really say anything solid about it yet. If you like Dragon Age Origins then you’ll most likely feel right at home when you play this game, in terms of combat anyway. You can’t choose what you want to say during cutscenes or anything like. So far i’m having a pretty good time playing this game and I should have my official review of Aarklash First Legacy up soon. Don’t forget to click on that follow button and I hope you enjoyed reading this and if you did i’ll have more for you real soon.

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Author: Drakulus

I'm a hardcore gamer that enjoys every type of genre there is. I'm also a father of four kids, two girls and two boys, and love to write about whatever pops into my head.

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