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In the end, Breath of Death IV is a nice trip back to the old days of RPG gaming, if not perhaps a little too old in some respects. Still, its shortcomings can be easily forgiven due to its price tag.
RPG fans will enjoy this game. Even those who aren't familiar with the genre can find something to like. For those who are seeking a full-fledged epic adventure, however, you will be disappointed. Breath of Death VII can easily be finished in between four to eight hours. It can potentially be a Saturday afternoon activity for enthusiasts. (Being able to save anywhere, anytime is a blessing for those who don't have such an afternoon.) But for the low, low price you pay ($2.99 for a combination pack with Zeboyd Games' second release, Cthulhu Saves The World, or 80 MS Points on Xbox Live Arcade), you certainly get your money's worth.
Une bonne petite surprise que ce Breath of Death VII. Parodie de RPG classique dans le fond et la forme, ce soft pas piqué des vers surprend par son humour bien trempé, ses mécaniques sympathiques et sa réalisation aussi arriérée que charmante. Un soft idéal pour s'éclater entre deux gros RPG ou le temps d'un week-end, ses 5-6 heures de durée de vie pour cause.