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EuroGamer reviews Arx Fatalis

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EuroGamer reviews Arx Fatalis

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 6 November 2002, 01:48:45

Tags: Arx Fatalis

EuroGamer has posted up their review of the German made, dungeon crawling, dialogue tree-less CRPG, Arx Fatalis. It's a fairly short review, coming in at eight paragraphs and ending with a score of 7/10. Here's the conclusion:


Arx Fatalis is a huge, sprawling game, with loads of sub-systems to explore and master and a compelling plot to drive you forward. In many ways this game is superior to Morrowind; although it doesn't have the initial appeal offered by that title's graphical splendour, it has a lot more depth and far less time is spent walking from place to place aimlessly. As a dungeon-crawling RPG, it's a lot of fun, so if that's your sort of thing - and you don't mind dealing with the quirks of an occasionally poorly-implemented first person viewpoint - then it's definitely worth checking out.​

I'm not sure how a dungeon crawling CRPG could beat Morrowind. I guess we'll find out when it finally gets to the U.S.

Spotted this at RPGDot.

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