Ravensword: Shadowlands

Crescent Moon Games, Ratalaika Games

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchApr 9, 2021
PlayStation 4Apr 9, 2021
PCDec 6, 2013
Xbox OneApr 9, 2021

Developer: Crescent Moon Games

Publisher: Ratalaika Games

Genre: RPG

From the award winning studio that brought you Ravensword: The Fallen King and Aralon: Sword and Shadow, comes Ravensword: Shadowlands. After the fall of Ravengard, the world descended into chaos. The Kingdom of Tyreas stood alone against a sea of dark elven invaders. The Ravensword was lost, and the dark times began. As a descendant of an ancient line of kings, you alone have the power to wield the Ravensword again and restore that which was lost. FEATURES Explore a vast and richly detailed world, gather powerful weapons and items, increase your skills, and follow a deep storyline to solve the mysteries of the Kingdom of Tyreas. Gorgeous and realistic landscapes Seamlessly switch between First and Third Person view Ragdoll Physics Hundreds of items to discover Reflex and precision based combat with manual blocking and dodging Various weapon types - Bows, Crossbows, Hammers, Swords, Axes Horses and Flying Mounts Battle various enemy types including huge prehistoric creatures. Lockpicking, Pick Pocketing, and Stealth skills Magical Runes Item enhancement system Mounted combat Decision based, multi-part Quests Reputation and Jail System Original Soundtrack from composer Sean Beeson

Ravensword: Shadowlands Critic Reviews

I've had fun playing this game again. It goes to show the strength of the material that Ravensword is based on that a low-budget, massively stripped-down take on the formula can still be enjoyable. I have fond memories of playing this through on my iPad over my Christmas holiday back in 2012, and there was a rush of nostalgia from doing so again on the Switch.

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Ravensword: Shadowland may have been born as an affectionate tribute to Skyrim, but it falls behind in absolutely all aspects, its numerous goodnesses are not exploited at any time and what could have been a good game remains a decaffeinated and unfunny version of Bethesda's title.

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