Mask Of Mists Review (Xbox Series S)
For this Mask Of Mists Review, you are a mercenary who was assigned to find a missing person. One of the Archmages of the Academy broke the communication when he was conducting his research in the depths of the Infected Territory. At one time this area had been exposed to the monstrous amount of magic, and it is filled now with creatures of the Abyss. Go on the trail of the missing Archmage and plunge into the atmosphere of an adventure full of magic and dangers! Mask of Mists is an action-adventure game in a first-person view. There you are immersed in exploring the world full of magic and danger! Explore ancient ruins, mysterious caves, and abandoned houses; Fight with magical creatures Collect items and use them to solve puzzles.
Mask Of Mists Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 2.1GB download size.
- 1000 Gamerscore.
- First-person view.
- Invert axis and sensitivity sliders.
- Adventure gameplay with a lot of puzzle elements.
- Breakable objects covering secrets.
- Inventory system for items.
- Looks a lot brighter and crisper than before.
- Easy gamerscore game.
- Hand-drawn art with text scrolling cutscenes.
- Books-collect maps, spells, and puzzle clues
- Colorful locations.
- Fast-paced combat.
- Very fast loading times.
- Quick easy potion heal button.
- Save when you want.
- Much improved performance.
- Autosaves regularly.
Mask Of Mists Review Cons:
- No tutorials.
- Doesn’t feel that different from the previous game.
- Have to be pixel-perfect for interacting with items/objects.
- Slow starter.
- Goes more puzzler than combat-based later on.
- No guidance or help.
- A short game.
- Game stutters when autosaving.
- No replay value.
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Mask Of Mists:
Developer: 9 Eyes
Publisher: 9 Eyes
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Masks of Mists is a first-person adventure game whereby you go around solving puzzles and fighting creatures as you learn new spells and find weapons. Sounds alright but it’s so safe and lonely it’s a game that is hard to recommend, you start off with no direction, no help on what to do or why you should be doing it. Eventually, you fumble into a sense of adventure and a very broad idea on a mission. Then the game just descends into a basic maze and puzzle scenarios with no payoff but opening a door to another puzzle, monsters will be sprinkled in but the combat is spammy and all about just moving in circles around said monster to avoid getting hit. Overall I found the game to be very plain, slow-paced, and ultimately not that fun.