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SummaryI wish my sound would work on my old PC so I could play it again
The GoodSimple interface. This game got the interface right. Casting magic and attacking with two weapons are both easy. Ranged weapons are also do-able.
Graphics are superb, and when you move from one square to the next, it's really smooth - no jumping, no skipping. Graphical effects to magic were fantastic. No wimpy "lightning bolt", no, when you cast this puppy, anything within several hundred yards probably heard it!
Background music and sound effects are also really good. Bonus with Patrick Stewart as the King (although you only get to hear him at the beginning and end of the game).
Good story line and lots of different locations. There was also some creative use of foreshadowing, but it wasn't so obvious.
The game was very well balanced. Just when you thought you had a huge advantage with a more powerful weapon, armor, or spell, you were shown wrong. It might be an advantage, but it wasn't a show-stopper.
The BadI don't think there was anything glaringly annoying about the game, but some of the puzzles were a little much.
The game itself was actually kind of long, and not too easy to finish, but I made it through without cheating or getting a walkthrough.
If you want to get really picky, you could say that there weren't many weapon, armor, or spell choices.