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Review Arx Fatalis Review at AllOutGames


Oct 22, 2002
Tags: Arx Fatalis

<a href="http://www.alloutgames.com">AllOutGames</a> have posted a <a href="http://www.alloutgames.com/Reviews/arxfatalis.html">review</a> of <a href="http://www.arxfatalis-online.com/">Arx Fatalis</a>. They give it an overall rating of 90%, and there aren't many comments that stray from the positive.
<blockquote>"Arx follows the spirit of Ultima Underworld by taking place underground. It seems that the sun flared up and died some time ago, and the collective populous was forced to dig their way into the earth to find shelter from the extreme cold brought on by their sunless sky. The city of Arx is where our adventure is centered: a city like many others, forced to seek refuge in the warm, but lonely subterranean confines. Your character has lost his memory (sorry, ladies, there aren't choices for female adventurers) and wakes up in a sickly, poorly-lit prison cell, without so much knowledge as to his own name or the fact that the world above is a barren wasteland. Sound interesting? It really does offer a different experience than that of its peers, and though the gameplay isn't entirely unique, its style and atmosphere easily make up for this. There's a dominating sense of quality that's undeniably attractive. "</blockquote>
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