Aztech Forgotten Gods
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Critic Reviews for Aztech Forgotten Gods
Aztech Forgotten Gods tries and that's probably the best thing I can say about it. Lienzo journeyed forward with lofty ambitions and, like Mulaka before it, has laid down a foundation that makes me excited for their future projects. Gaming is a better place when stories like this, using atypical mythology, get to be told. Like Achtli, the studio will hopefully continue to grow and learn from its missteps to become the best it can be.
Despite many good ideas, Aztech Forgotten Gods is a superficial experience lacking real courage, representing a step backwards for Lienzo. The story develops hastily, failing to describe each of the characters featured in the game's plot. The gameplay is too confusing, with not very incisive and unfortunately similar to each other, never really giving the feeling of diversification in the combat system and with unfortunately very similar bosses.
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Aztech Forgotten Gods had a lot of potential that is unfortunately wasted. On the plus side, the game is artistically pleasing, with well-designed enemies and a city that at least provides a nice bit of visual variety. In terms of gameplay, however, the whole thing is a bit of a mess, with poor combat mechanics and a daft camera causing way too much hassle than it's worth. Minor distractions in the form of cosmetic customisation proves a nice little touch, but sadly Aztech: Forgotten Gods' core gameplay is simply far below par, making this an action game you'll probably want to sit out.