The game's gameplay is very very repetitive with a simple questing path involving fetching this or killing that hundred times over. Much of the game play feels like a time filler, for example a person asks you to walk to a field to kill some deers, then you are to return the the person to hand in the quest. He then gives you another quest which involves returning to the same field to fetch some mushrooms and then return back to him. Much of the game time is spent going backwards and forwards.
The graphics are pretty impressive however I can not seem to be able to find the AA option so it may have to be forced. The draw distance in very far and it runs fluidly.
The sound is average with the ambient noise. However, the weapons sound very artificial and a sword scrapes lightly instead of chopping.
The voice acting is horrible, the characters have no emotion as their postures barely change.
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