Another game you shouldn't trust Gamespot's reviewer's opinion of.

User Rating: 8 | Faery: Legends of Avalon X360
Before I get started, this is a TURN BASED RPG.
Are all the turn based RPG haters out of the room? Good.

Let us begin with Character Creation, you make your Fairy, Male or Female, Black or white.......or red, its a very detailed character creation, its alot like Oblivion's character creation honestly. except your skin color can be whatever color you can imagine (i made a red one), hair color has the same Freedom (made it White)

Now the Story, the Faery Worlds are dwindling and growing weaker, the Fairy King Oberon awakens you from a slumber in a crystal that was god knows how long. You are immediately introduced to the move mechanic, which is 3 dimensional, meaning, you can fly, them wings aren't just for show. You are then sent to talk to Oberon, who explains the situation, before you can go to the the faery worlds in trouble, you have to gather some companions, and you will, as you do you will get into some fights which will inevitably level you up, heres where one of my favorite mechanics in the game come in. You select a body part or tattoo, and you get a stat boost or attack, but the best part, it physically changes your Character's appearance! one of the first upgrades are your wings, you have the choices between Dragonfly, Bird, and Butterfly, each giving you a different spell, which you can upgrade as you level up.

There are 4 worlds to explore, a interesting story to hear, and fighting to be had.

I do have a gripe with the game, the Quest Givers, their directions are INCREDIBLY VAGUE. I spent at least a hour in game trying to figure out where the hell i was going. I actually had to check the forums on Gamefaqs to figure it out.

The game is rather easy as well, i don't think i ever got a game over.


The game ends with a to be continued, and considering how many unavailable portals there are, I'm guessing this is the first of a Trilogy, so if you want the full story, you will have to shell out so more cash at a later date.

All in all, for $15 dollars, it was longer then some retail games, and i honestly think its great for RPG fans.

I Recommend it, but if you are unsure, you can try the demo first.
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