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Local Arx review

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Local Arx review

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 20 December 2002, 22:37:03

Tags: Arx Fatalis

We've just posted our review of Arx Fatalis. Here's a taste of it:

The amount of interactivity you have with the game world is exceptional, as you can interact with almost any of the items that you find. You can for example combine string and a wooden rod to create a fishing pole to which you can put to use in catching the fish in streams and pools that you'll need to eat. But before you can eat the fish, you'll have to find a fireplace or build a fire to cook the fish because you won't be able to eat them raw. Several other combinations of items will allow you to construct several unique items such as weapons and equipment that you'll find over the course of your journey. You can also brew potions and salves to replenish your health and mana. You can be certain that most of the items you'll find will have some use or another, and this in itself can prove to be a fascinating and enjoyable experience. As a rogue with limited combat ability, you can opt to poison your enemies to death by combining some of the materials you'll find in the game.

Eskimos love raw fish.

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