Winterborn says: An immersive storyline, an intriguing futuristic/fantasy world, great soundtrack, & likable & believable characters that you actually grow to care about. If you prefer action & fast pace maybe give this a miss, otherwise I can't recommend this enough
Winterborn says: Darker than its predecessor and has a flawed combat system, but retains the ability to immerse the player and while Zoe isn't April, you grow to care about her too. Some familiar faces reappear as well. TJL it is not, but it still has "soul" :)
Winterborn says: Slightly darker than the others listed. TCL can get dark & even gory, but underlying the struggle against those who would harm her (& others) the game is about a womans struggle with depression, overcoming it, finding hope again. Highly recommended
Winterborn says: Follow the adventures of medium Rosa (or her Aunt, Lauren in Unbound) and her spirit guide Joey . Another favourite series and I look forward to Epiphany when it's released.
Winterborn says: One of my favourite childhood series, 4, 5 & 6 are the best (IMO), but if you don't mind the very early graphics (1& 2 especially) and the simplistic fairytale storyline of the first two, then the games that started the series are still fun!
Winterborn says: Highly recommended. KQ4 was actually the first game I ever completed and the one that got me loving adventure games. 5 is good too, but possibly the worst for bugs (bar 8) and dead-ends but leads nicely into #6, and I enjoyed 6 almost as much as 4.
Winterborn says: This is on here for #7 (I'm not a huge fan of 8) I wasn't sure about the disneyfied graphics of 7 at first, but this game has grown on me, and even though its easier than some of the other KQ's, its still fun and well worth a try for fantasy fans
Winterborn says: another fave :) #1 has a good backstory if you read the manual too. Interesting and varied personalities, a beautiful & colourful landscape, and an overall fun adventure. Malcolm makes a great villain as well . :)
Winterborn says: Fun adventure, colourful locations, and varied NPCs and the main character this time is the feisty and sassy alchemist Zanthia instead of the slightly whiny Brandon. I love both this game and the first one and highly recommend both
Winterborn says: Certain things in this game bug me a little, but funny in places & interesting to play the villain and get his viewpoint. This game is the least linear and the choices you make can tweak the ending. Generally enjoyable & also has a fun "helium mode"
Winterborn says: Based on the short story but expands on it greatly, and goes much more indepth with the characters backgrounds. Can be pretty unforgiving if you make wrong choices , but is a unique and intriguing adventure and well worth a try.
Winterborn says: This is a fantasy adventure that seems to follow the traditional king saving kingdom from an evil wizard plot, but with a twist. Fairly forgiving, and most puzzles are logical.Its also FREE from GOG so what are you waiting for??
Winterborn says: just started playing this one, but enjoying it so far :)
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