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Seal of Evil review at RPGDot

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Seal of Evil review at RPGDot

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 13 January 2005, 08:54:04

Tags: Seal of Evil

RPGDot has posted a review of Seal of Evil, another CRPG set in ancient Chinese lore by Object Software. The final score on the thing is a 72%. Here's part of the conclusion:

What then can we conclude? For the most part, I really enjoyed this game, despite its frustrations. It's linear, even though it has tons of quests and you can go everywhere on each individual map. Once you finish an area you can't return. Some areas are not available until triggered or certain quests are either given or completed. You don't create your own characters, you get what you are given; primarily angst filled teens who have either lost their parents, or who are searching for them. The combat is not really very engaging and at times is extremely tedious. There is a lot of combat. In fact, towards the end of the game it is mainly combat.​

Not being able to create your own character is kind of what does this game in for me.

Thanks, Dhruin!

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