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Arx review at Game Revolution

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Arx review at Game Revolution

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 18 January 2003, 21:52:29

Tags: Arx Fatalis

Game Revolution has posted their review of Arx Fatalis, that wacky, underground, first-person, hack and slasher. They liked the game, but the complaints stemmed mainly from the lack of above ground fun. They ended up giving it a B.


Before you can do anything, you must first design your character. You allocate points into about a dozen different stats and skills, the first part of what is a fairly complex RPG system. You will have the chance to modify your abilities as you progress, but how you spend your points initially will determine largely how you play the game. Perhaps you wish to focus on magic, and learn the many spells Arx Fatalis has to offer. Or maybe stealth is more your style, preferring to pass obstacles without confronting them. Or, if you like, you can simply hit everything with a big axe.​

Don't make me axe you again!

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