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Submitted by globeofgamers 1164d ago | review

Arcania: Gothic 4 Review - Globe of Gamers

"Gameplay is extensive, more or less – as we’re used from old school RPGs, and gives us plenty of possibilities. Therefore, apples will fall from the trees and can be picked by the player, to my disappointment, they are intended for the hero to regenerate their life and not to throw them around him. The fight system of the game makes me think of Fable 2, it is based on the mouse and keyboard – attack and dodge. " (Arcania: Gothic IV, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 80/100

PrimordialSoupBase  +   1164d ago
Invisible walls in a Gothic game. All that needs to be said.

Looking forward to Risen 2.
globeofgamers  +   1164d ago
Indeed... :)

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