The whole game was nothing but a string of annoyances.
Miradwyn wrote this review on .
The melee combat is awkward and good luck trying to drink a potion or finding the spell you want to cast while in combat. You can set items and spells up in a "quick" bar... too bad the quick bar isn't actually shown, making it useless since I can't tell which hot key the item is bound to without it. The mini-game of charming people to get information is dumb. Needing to use the mouse+keyboard at all times to do something as simple as walk in a straight line is a huge nuisance. Trying to find a place to sleep, a requirement to level up, was a nuisance. A rat being as powerful as I was throughout the game was a nuisance, you are infinitely weaker than whatever you are fighting. The whole game was nothing but a string of annoyances.
Most of the time I spent playing was wandering around aimlessly with nothing in particular to do. There are few if any quests to be found, few if any monsters to kill even in dungeons where you are supposed to go to kill them. You can walk across a vast plain and run into nothing but a single wolf.
The game auto saves when opening most doors. This caused me to be saved in a death trap loop when I entered a door and was immediately attacked by a handful of angry villagers, reloading the saved game put me back into the room causing me to die again with no way out. My previous saved game would have set me back several levels and at this point I decided to just uninstall since I wasn't enjoying the game anyway.