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Aarklash: Legacy - PC

Aarklash: Legacy from Cyanide Studio brings a brand new strategy game to the PC/Steam which will make its debut in September 2013.
  • Release date: 2013
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Developer: Cyanide Studio
  • Publisher: Cyanide Studio
  • Players: 1-4 Players, Co-op, Online Multiplayer
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Great and challenging combat with characters who skills synch exceptionally well. Unfortunately, there isn't much else to recommend about this game. The character leveling is bare bones. When you add a new character to your party, they're super weak compared to the ones you've been using. The level design is super lame and funnels you along without having to think. Somewhat clunky interface makes inventory management a chore. It's like playing an offline MMO with 4 characters at once.


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