Legends of Ethernal

Lucid Dreams Studio, Natsume

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Legends of Ethernal

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Available on:PlayStation 4Oct 30, 2020
Xbox OneOct 30, 2020
PCOct 30, 2020
Nintendo SwitchOct 30, 2020
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developer: Lucid Dreams Studio

Publisher: Natsume

Genres: RPG, Action, Platformer

On a day like any other, a young boy returns home to find it in ruins and his parents, gone. Armed with courage and driven by the pain of his loss, he sets out on a journey to uncover the truth behind his family's disappearance... But what he discovers will forever change the World of Arkanys... Legends of Ethernal is a 2D single-player action adventure game where you need to explore beautiful hand-crafted environments, solve clever puzzles and battle challenging creatures to uncover the truth about your parents’ disappearance. - Evolving Gameplay - Enjoy mechanics that are unlocking with weapons and items that you find - Challenging Dungeons - Solve puzzles and unleash your strategies against boss battles in multiple dungeons - Crafting System - Gather ethers and craft items during the course of your journey to help you progress through the game - Unique and Gorgeous Art - Admire beautiful 2D hand-drawn art covering multiple environments, scaling up to a resolution of 4K on supported platforms - Enigmatic Events - Experience a compelling and linear storyline with great characters - Melodic Musical Score - Listen to the wonderfully crafted score, produced and recorded by veteran musician William Gough - Multiple Difficulty Levels - Try the hardcore mode for an intense experience or enable Relaxed Mode to help you complete the game

Legends of Ethernal Critic Reviews

Legends of Ethernal sports a lovely art style and surprisingly grim story, but unfortunately the main mechanics, clunky combat, and frustrating gameplay design make this a tale of mediocre myths rather than one that soars.

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I really wanted to like Legends of Ethernal, but it nearly ended up being the most frustrating 2D game I played this week. It's a very modern experience in a lot of ways, but it also drug up some very unpleasant memories of NES games that were designed to not be beaten in a rental period.

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