Legend: Hand of God introduces players to a dramatic fantasy setting: For decades, the Order of the Keepers of the Holy Flame has watched over the portal that once allowed demons to invade Aelfal. The ever-burning Holy Flame prevents another invasion - until one fateful night: The flame is extinguished and demonic hordes descend on the Order's abbey. The last surviving member of the Order, who is ordained as a Keeper that same night, sets out to find the legendary "Hand of God". Accompanied by a mouthy Bright Elf, he searches for the shards of the powerful artefact - and in the process uncovers a sinister plot. The flame wasn't extinguished by accident - somebody wanted to open the door to the demonic realm forever. The hero and his unusual companion form an unlikely team, as they set forth to keep the impending invasion at bay.
Many action-packed battles await them: unique graphical features like the Cinematic Combat System turn the fights into a true feast for the eyes with individual parry moves and a multitude of special attacks. Enemies are fought realistically according to their size. To defeat a giant troll, players might have to leap on his back in order to finish him off with a well-aimed thrust of the sword. The controls of the game will stay simple, fast and easy for genre fans to pick up.
Another unique feature of Legend: Hand of God is Luna, the Bright Elf herself, who serves three important functions. As the hero's companion and sidekick, she aids the player with helpful hints and pointers. In addition, Luna serves as the player's mouse cursor, leading him through the world of Legend: Hand of God. In dark dungeons and other gloomy surroundings, she unveils her full strength: As her name suggests, she illuminates the environment around her. Directing her with the mouse, players can quickly explore rooms and caves, as well as search for distant enemies without having to investigate every nook and cranny with the hero himself.
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