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80 (Mar 15, 2006)
I wish there had been a map function. That makes for a deduction from the over all score. The game is a bit short. That means that I wanted more and it's a good sign. I am looking forward to a sequel. It's a game that has all the right stuff that I have seen in other games that grew up and out to become blockbusters. I think that these folks have some good ingenuity going there and I would like to see them do well and come out with future offerings.
Just Adventure (Mar 17, 2005)
The graphics are clearly retro and deserve a bad score for being dated but there is a nostalgic tone to them that is redeeming. The combat system is also a bit dated. The authors left out the useful system of quests and quest tracking that you see in most modern role playing games which in my opinion is a detriment to the game design. The main character is sympathetic and well developed which is a bonus since you care what happens to her. The simple game play grows on you with time.
Bytten (Mar 10, 2006)
Due to the non-randomised content, (about 12+ hours of gameplay) and puzzles only being a challenge the first run through, I'm afraid that there is not a great deal of replay value here. I would be lying if I said that I didn't enjoy playing through Morning's Wrath, and if you're looking for a RPG/puzzler, then you could do a lot worse for $19.95. Even better, fork out an extra $10 and get the game on CD with some very professionally laser printed artwork on the DVD case and disk (some of the best I've seen as an indie offering) as well as a handy quick reference sheet. This is only the first title from EDI games and I'm convinced the best is yet to come. Here at Bytten, we can't wait to see what they'll come up with next.

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