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The combat is not really the focus of the Avernum IV though - it's the actual story that takes centre stage, and everything else is merely a frame to enable that wordy picture. It’s so relentlessly old-school that Avernum is not a game that most will look at twice. But it’s a massive, full-featured RPG that plays perfectly on the iPad, so it's a pity that no one is going to bring this game up as proof that the iPad has experiences far more complex and rewarding than Angry Birds.
Avernum 6 is for newbies and gamers alike. The difficulty levels are casual, normal, hard and torment. Take your pick if you dare. Although the graphics are simple, the intense story strengthens the play. There’s very little music (only at the beginning) but it is filled with eerie sound effects throughout the dimly lit land. It is an epic tale coming to the end of a great play. I liked Avernum 5 and I like Avernum 6 even though there were small differences. Be sure to block off a lot of time to play this huge Mac game.
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Overall, Avernum 6 definitely stands as one of the better games in the series. When you make the decision to buy it, just ask yourself this. "Do I like turn-based RPGs with a great plot, excellent character progression, multiple difficulty settings, and a gigantic world?" If the answer is yes, then it's a no-brainer. Add Avernum 6 to your collection. You won't regret it.
iPadCalm Down Tom
Personally Avernum 6 HD is not my cup of tea, but for the RPG fans out there I’m sure this is a fantastic title.