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Aarklash: Legacy

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Developer: Cyanide Studio
Release Date: Q2 2013

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'Aarklash: Legacy' Shows Off Combat - New Screens

by Rainier on June 27, 2013 @ 2:43 p.m. PDT

Confrontation is a medieval-fantasy world where several alliances of peoples clash at the dawn of Rag'Narok. Aarklash: Legacy is a tactical adventure game in which the player controls the destiny of a group of fighters.

Aarklash: Legacy is a tactical adventure game in which the player controls the destiny of a group of fighters. The most important facet of the game is combat strategy which is based on an active pause system. However, a heavy accent will also be placed on the storyline and the evolution of its heroes.

Tactical combat is at the heart of Aarklash: Legacy‘s gameplay. Players have the ability to pause the game while planning the actions of each of their four units to defeat groups of organized enemy fighters already equipped with a variety of skills. Sturdy creatures will be in the way with surprises in store for every battle.

A good sense of positioning is the key to avoid the powerful spells of enemy magicians and giving health by mistake to an enemy unit who may stand on the trajectory of a healing spell.

Players can also change the make up of their team by choosing from eight different fighters with various powers. Each has strengths and weaknesses, tasking players to synergize appropriately in order to succeed in each mission. For example, players can inflict a good deal of damage with Wendaroo, a healer, by using the reverse healing effects skill of Motcha, the Orc.  When an ally falls, he must be aided quickly in order to avoid defeat. In Aarklash: Legacy, reflection and organization are the secret to victory!



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