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Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by Daxadillion on Nov 4, 16 12:40 AM
A thread for your reviews.

Edited on 11/04/2016 at 5:38:41 AM PST

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by bfgBellerophon on Nov 4, 16 5:39 AM
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by JSD6 on Nov 7, 16 1:29 PM
There needs to be more access to help on this game...

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by TMGamer99 on Nov 8, 16 6:27 AM
I'm a big fan of RPGs and in my opinion, the best examples focus on performing quests, making decisions and solving problems. An example of one I consider to be good is Aveyond 4.

However, this game has obviously been targeted at those that really just like the battles, because that is pretty much all that it consists of.
You go through maze-like dungeons, opening chests and killing monsters. I eventually finished the game, but found it quite boring and repetitive.
To be fair there is one level with 3 puzzles to solve. Then it's back to the battles.

I think I bought the original, but I don't really remember the story, nor did I completely understand the re-cap, which seemed slightly convoluted. But, don't worry, because it's entirely irrelevant to the gameplay.

So, if you love RPG battles, then you may enjoy Love's Triumph. Otherwise, there are much more enjoyable games in the genre to take up your time.

Edited on 11/14/2016 at 11:40:34 AM PST

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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by Valdy on Nov 8, 16 1:12 PM
I too find this game not to my liking. I own the first game - Love's Epitaph - and although you pretty much fight your way non-stop through that game as well, at least there are breaks and towns to stroll through.

The devs have made it easy on themselves by not providing towns to stop at, but just give us a couple of houses in which to buy stuff. I stopped the game when I reached the swamp - I think that's what it was. From the start all I did was fight, fight, fight. I am tired of it. I am just glad I got this game with a PCC.

The old-school RPGs I can recommend are the later Aveyond games, and for those of you who - like me - like to have more adventure and less fights, I recommend "Leah's Tale" and "Ella's Hope". I can also recommend "The Witch and the Warrior".


Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Love's Triumph here.

[Post New]by Toetapper on Feb 15, 17 1:31 PM
I agree with the other reviews. I like the element of exploration in addition to fight, fight, fight. I also like knowing how much more life an enemy has before it is dead. This allows me to use various skills rather than my most reliable and/or powerful one thus adding more strategy to the game. I would agree the Aveyond series is a much better example of this type of play but I enjoyed all of them and not just the later ones.

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