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Fate okayed by GamerDad

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Fate okayed by GamerDad

Review - posted by Spazmo on Fri 17 June 2005, 19:04:31

Tags: Fate; Wild Tangent

GamerDad, the game review website for gaming dads, have put together a review of Fate, the shareware action RPG that borrows a lot from the Diablo games. They rate it 4/5 for general goodness and also note that it's okay for the kids.

I was very pleasantly surprised to find a game that comes in as little as a 25MB download and will play on my ultra-portable with integrated graphics that was so much fun and looked so nice. Downloading the 115MB high-resolution pack made things really look nice on my gaming machine. Unlocking was very easy, and the playability is a dream. This is not an earth-shattering game, nor is it particularly innovative in any way but one—it is a fun RPG for all ages. It can be challenging for experienced players, yet easy for novices, and is acceptable for kids without being too kid-oriented for adults. It is a solid title that shows polish and a good solid gaming experience. Better still, you can experience the full game for six levels before buying so there is little reason not to try.​
After so successfully emulating the gameplay of Diablo, maybe the guys behind Fate could try making an homage to Fallout. It'd be interesting to see what they come up with.
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