Avernum 4 Review
9:29 AM | Anthony Wang | 2 comments
RPGDot has posted a review of Avernum 4. Developed by Spiderweb Software, Avernum 4 features classic RPG elements with an ensuing storyline that puts you in charge of finding out what is going wrong in the subterranean society of Avernum. The review gave Avernum 4 a 7/10, with a variety of content, excellant storyline as its highlights, but linear gameplay and limited options as its pitfalls.
Although the main quest is linear, there is a large number of side-quests that can be obtained from the many NPCs or the job-board that can be found in towns and forts. The world really is enormous with over 20 sizeable settlements and many more mines, camps and other locations that make exploration enjoyable - exploring remote corners often yields the annoyance of single encounters with rats, goblins (or those damnable chitrachs) but you'll also discover hidden caches, underground lairs, hidden access to other locations, shrines and so on. All up, Avernum 4 manages to feel more open than the main quest suggests.Please click on the links below to read the review and to learn more information.
RPGDot - Avernum 4 Review
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