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The Relics of Ladon
Cube
Game is in demo stage
Download: 504 KB Added Sat Feb 01, 2003 8:23 pm
Total Download count: 248
Number of reviews: 2
Average Grade: C
Description [-]
STORY: The world is on the brink of destruction. Recently, there have been a large amount of natural disasters, and a neibouring country has been acting rather odd as of late. What's causing this country to be so aggressive, and why are the forces of nature acting so violently? Only you, the player who will take on the role of Megethos, can find an answer to these questions.

SYSTEM:This system in this game is very different from any other that you may have seen. It makes use of a random stat increase system, and doesn't make use of Experience at all. How the system works:

Each character has a certain growth rate % which can be viewed in the stats window. Say, the main character has a Growth Rate of 100. HP will then go up by 25. If he has a growth rate of 72, HP would go up by 18. The higher the number, the more stats will increase. The stats are randomly chosen after every battle. There's no way to tell what stat will go up after the battle. Also, you can see your enemies, and can avoid them easily.

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Review # 1
  Reviewed by Chaos Nyte
  Playtime: hours and minutes
  Overall: C
  "Damn it Cube! Stop making these mediocre games and work up to your potential! I KNOW YOU CAN DO BETTER."
Review # 2
  Reviewed by Pepsi Ranger
  Playtime: hours and minutes
  Overall: C
  "I like this game for the most part. Rather, I'd like to see where it's going. I will say that for all the hope I had going into it, I didn't finish it feeling completely satisfied. However, I still found elements worth playing with and even thinking about, so I'll recommend it for educational purposes, and possibly even for some entertainment value. But I'd bank more on the education right now since the story isn't very interesting yet. Not too bad otherwise."


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