When we talk about old school RPGs, we should put Demon Hunter as an example. It's a very long game, which has very long conversations and a very long tutorial. English translation hasn't any remakable misspelling mistakes, but it has that je ne sais quoi so usual in from Japanese translations.
Foes and allies are absolutely archetypal, but in fact, that shouldn't be a flaw. The main catch is that your main character isn't customizable. His name's Gun. If you ever have a son, remember to don't name him "Gun", because Gun's life's a mess. He's been involved in an ancient war between Good and Evil and he has to learn how to wield a sword, how to cast spells and how to deal with strange creatures. Luckily, there's a point by point tutorial where a blonde heroine teaches him the basics of knighthood and demon hunting.
The games has lovely midi music and 8-graphics, looking like those old NES games. Game can be saved anytime and, overall, Demon Hunter's a very good game with tons of hours of playing ahead. Provided that you like this kind of games, of course.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jun 29, 2011