SBG Review | The First Templar: Off to a promising start

The First Templar has a lot going for it: unique setting for an RPG, limited party size (meaning that you’ll never pick up a character that you don’t use), well-defined levels with well-defined primary and secondary objectives and active combat skills that entrench you in the scenario rather than remove you from it. What brings it down is that, for all of its high points, The First Templar looks dated and controls like a PS2 game. Everything feels like it could and should have been pushed out just a bit further to take the experience from good to great.

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