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Arx review at Gamers.com

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Arx review at Gamers.com

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 1 February 2003, 16:37:16

Tags: Arx Fatalis

Gamers.com has posted a rather lengthy and well written review of Arx Fatalis, giving it an 8/10. Here's one of the funnier parts:

With so many things going for this game, it's unfortunate that so many niggling elements are laced throughout to tick you off. The biggest culprit is the interface, with an inventory window that insists on opening every time you look at your character sheet, journal, or map, and then refuses to close when you close your character sheet, journal, or map, and because it's open, you can't move normally, and once you close it you put away your readied weapon for no reason, and wait, it looks like your weapon is ready now but it isn't because you're not attacking, you're dying, and, oh, there it is finally, oops, you're dead. Time to reload.​

Then again, this is something that wouldn't happen in a turn based CRPG ever, would it?

Spotted this at RPGDot

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