Lord of the Fell is a tactical game with RPG elements. The player takes control of one of the characters in the game, either Arthorn or Fairna, and the player has to make their choices wisely in order to succeed in the game. As the game progresses, you will find that you are pitted against deadly opponents, as well as powerful allies who can help you in your mission. For anyone who enjoys tactical games with strong RPG elements, this game is a great choice.
Lord of the Fell turns off many casual gamers by the nature of its highly linear nature. Much like the majority of games in this genre, it will put you in a fixed position and will allow you to perform only a single action. There are also some parts of the game that are extremely boring, and that will prevent you from enjoying it fully. For this reason, those who enjoy tactical games may not enjoy this one very much.
The storyline is very well written and is developed well. There are also many interesting side quests and situations, which also enhance the narrative. Many people may be turned off by the subject matter, but those looking for a break from battle will also find this a refreshing game to play. It can also be enjoyed by those looking for an interactive, non-linear experience.
The graphics and effects are fairly nice. They are not the best, but they are not too shabby either. I especially liked how the game showed what items were available to me at every level, and where I could find them. Some environments are simply beautiful to look at, and there is also some very nice music during battle sequences.
One thing that the game does very well is to implement role-playing elements into it. You will be required to interact with a variety of people, and will be able to choose your character’s loyalty, skills, weapons and abilities. The characters also have different levels of ability, and it can get very confusing which character you want to become. You will be able to build friendships, but also be able to develop enemies and rivals. The game is not very difficult, and players can expect to spend between ten and fifteen minutes completing the game.
Lords of the Fallen Dim Hope is another game that will appeal to fans of the original Lord of the Rings. This game is likely to garner a lot of attention due to its similarities to the older movie. It is likely to cause many people to pick it up and play, and may earn some loyal fans as well. If you like action packed video games with well-done story lines, then this game should be worth checking out. Who knows – you may become addicted to it!