I remember playing this a year or two back, and it was pretty good for an amateur adventure game of the era, with all the caveats that comes with.Today in forgotten low quality games: Wanderer of Absu, a freeware adventure from 1997. It's filled with truly baffling typos.
If you made a back-up save before finishing the game, you can complete the alternative ending, which will result in the credits sequence playing the best musical track ("One Who Craves Souls") in all the Souls series.Final Demon's Souls
Best Souls game ever made, no contest.
Its very comfortable to play since its actually real-time-with-pause. You can at anytime pause and still give commands.
Let's not forget Wei, who has before that point expressed and acted upon his fetish for blonde white women, sets the groid up with two blonde women. He later takes one of his sloppy seconds.
Yes that is a shame. Its definitely a game that should be there. I do own the German version of the game and have the CD somewhere and wanted to install it from that, but I didn't manage to find it . Luckily the abandon ware downloads work, even on Win10. You only have to edit a txt a bit to prevent a bug when picking up scrolls. Getting the auto-play of videos and background music to work properly can also be a bit of a hassle since the game wants to load them from CD and the game expects certain drive letter conventions. But I had little trouble to get it to work all in all. It did run immediately in a playable state using a compatibility mode.Its very comfortable to play since its actually real-time-with-pause. You can at anytime pause and still give commands.
Too bad it's not on GOG. I see it was made by Julian Gollop, which made it even more enticing, so that's a bummer. It's not even on Steam, it seems.