Batora Preview (Steam)
For this Batora Preview, we embark on an epic adventure to save Earth in this interplanetary action RPG. Harness the ancient powers of Sun and Moon to take on a variety of unique enemies while solving diverse puzzles and exploring stunning sci-fi worlds, each with its own curious stories, inhabitants, and mysteries.
Batora Preview Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 14.39GB Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Full controller support.
- Fullscreen, resolution, v-sync, anti-aliasing, graphics preset, post-processing, graphics API, and view distance quality.
- Colorblind support.
- Can rebind controls.
- Action RPG gameplay.
- Decent voicework for all the characters.
- Tutorials as you play.
- Trees of knowledge update your Codex with lore.
- Hack and slash combat with a cool gimmick where you can use the right stick to aim combos and attacks.
- Multiple choice encounters that affect the story and reward you with either Karma points, Karma Rune points, or Unique Runes.
- Meet and fight alongside many colorful characters. enemies can drop resources and or health.
- Certain rock formations can be broken for health.
- Loot chests can be found.
- Two types of Karma alignment – Conqueror or Defender.
- Nature’s what dictates what powers you have. There is two nature – Physical (orange) and Mental (purple).
- Match the enemy’s nature to deal more damage.
- Minimap shows points of interwar, chests, and stones to break.
- Clear mission markers.
- Two health bars, one for each nature.
- Save when you want.
- She moves at a fast pace.
- Fast loading times.
- Puzzle rooms.
- Multi-layered boss encounters.
- Runes can be earned and bought to increase stats and add abilities.
- Earn EXP and level up.
- Learn new skills as you play.
- The story is good and honestly so are the cast of characters, they sound and act in a way that’s engaging and relatable.
Batora Preview Cons:
- Slow pace with a lot of the game stops starting.
- The combat is primarily tricky because it is so hard to judge and perform dodges effectively.
- Got stuck in the scenery a lot.
- The polarity gimmick of changing between orange and purple soon outstays its welcome.
- Not sure why leveling up is a thing as you don’t seem to get anything from it.
- Breaking the stones is fine but shooting them doesn’t always clear them.
- Underwhelming mission complete screen, in fact, it feels like that game hangs there.
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Developer: Stormind Games
Publisher: Team 17
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