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Submitted by robinburks 581d ago | review

Review: Arcania: The Complete Tales Feels Like A Poor Man's Skyrim | Rebel Gaming

Arcania: The Complete Tale seems to be taking a page from the ever-popular Skyrim and games like it. But where Skyrim excels (most namely in graphics and story), this game ends up with a lot less attention to details - and sometimes details are important.

Arcania: The Complete Tale tells a story that RPG fans are already familiar with. It’s the story of a chosen one who has to suffer great loss in order to begin his quest and fulfil his destiny. This man, in Arcania, isn’t quite as interesting as a Dragonborne, but is so-well voice-acted that you can forgive him that. The story of Arcania, though, is much more linear, however, with only a few side quests that deviate from the main plot. (Arcania: The Complete Tale, PS3) -

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