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Age of Decadence - Review Roundup

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Oct 22, 2015.

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    [​IMG]Here is a small roundup of Age of Decadence reviews.

    Hardcore Casual

    As I said at the beginning, AoD is an incredible game if you are looking for something that really challenges you, and pushes you outside the familiar RPG realm. The demo on Steam is the first big town, and is more than enough to give you a great feel for the game. Give it a try, stick with it past the initial confusion/difficulty, and you will be rewarded with a very unique, very entertaining experience.​

    Syfy Games, 9

    Age of Decadence is a game about the fragility of memory, the separation of reality and fable, political scheming and the possible futility of ordered existence. It masterfully weaves these themes into the writing and the gameplay to create an imaginative world with the power to captivate for hours on end. Age of Decadence has been a long time in the making (a whole decade), but it's shaped out to be one of the most distinct RPGs of the year, and one that will certainly captivate the imagination.​

    A first impression review video:


    And from the man who likes words and an opinion Richard Cobbett at RPS we get his impressions:

    After what seems like forever, but has really just been ages, Age of Decadence [official site] is out and ready to kick your arse/ass (delete according to your ability to pronounce 'aluminium'). I've not had much time to put into it myself yet, but I'm looking forward to doing so, not least because of the promise of not being your usual combat heavy RPG. There's combat, but also plenty of scope for talking your way out of problems, as well as a cast not all patterned after the knight that can only tell the truth from that tiresome logic puzzle. You know. Towers of Hanoi.​
     
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