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100
Le coté aventure a été grandement développé. Soyons honnêtes, on va toujours chercher quelque chose pour quelqu’un, mais les quêtes annexes sont plus ardues et plus intéressantes. Le jeu est résolument plus sombre, plus mature cette fois. Les phases de dialogues sont toujours orientées (quelques rares choix directionnels sont cependant présents) et plus nombreux, sans être trop lourds. Cela donne une véritable âme à ce jeu de RPG et permet une immersion complète. La création du personnage dont nous parlions au début est plus détaillée, ce dernier dispose de plus de compétences et donc de plus de possibilités : réparation de ses armes et armures, création de potion, etc. A noter que la musique passe bien cette fois sur notre Palm Tungsten C de test, et elle reste tout à fait agréable. Les bruitages sont corrects sans être exceptionnels. Une référence en matière de RPG sur PDA !
75
iPhoneSlide to Play (Mar 24, 2009)
The Quest is a game that surpasses its fellows in its affinity for role-playing and its creation of a rich fantasy world. However, it also has graphics and controls that can give headaches after prolonged play, and these are especially frustrating when compared to what we know the iPhone is capable of. So, there's a lot to enjoy here, but there are also some thorns on the rose bush. We think that fans of old-school RPGS will find a lot to like in The Quest, but those who aren't willing to put in the time to plumb its depths should probably avoid it.
60
iPhoneAppGamer.net (Mar 16, 2009)
Redshift’s take on the Elder Scrolls formula is incredibly ambitious, and for all its flaws, deserves nothing but praise for its efforts. The game has all the elements of a successful RPG, but is simply let down in its execution. There’s no denying that The Quest is by far the most in depth and technically impressive RPG to hit the App Store, but it’s too clunky and frustrating to enjoy to any real extent. Although just missing out on something special, future updates could potentially save the game from mediocrity, and AppGamer will be the first to let you know if that happens.