PSGamer: While ArcaniA may not be as complex or distinctive as the Gothic games or many of its peers, it is accessible. Its an RPG you can pick up and play without having to re-learn a host of menu's, button presses and lore. The first half of the game meanders without much purpose through a lattice of sub-quests but the latter half is a tense, combat driven experience that finally finds the focus that the first half lacked. The visuals have been greatly improved on the PS4 compared to the PS3 version but it is hardly an incentive to double dip, especially when some technical issues remain. Still, if you have not played ArcaniA before and fancy an RPG-lite game that won't tax you but will keep you occupied for 50 hours or more, you can do a lot worse.