Overstuffed and underdeveloped, Kyn is a buggy RPG with good combat, but without a great story or engaging character progression.
Is a beautiful Norse fantasy world enough to save Tangrin Entertainment's indie-RPG from a lackluster story and bland characters?
Even with all of its issues, Kyn is a decent RPG featuring an incredible soundtrack. The developers are still working on ironing out the remaining bugs, but this is definitely still worth picking up if you're craving a new action-RPG during the remaining days of this summer lull.
Kyn is a solidly-crafted RPG with some fun and interesting set pieces, but isn't innovative enough to stand out among similar titles in the genre.
Kyn lacks the depth you would find in other RPGs of its kind, but the satisfying combat and and forgiving nature of it's party customization is what will keep you interested.
Kyn is a fun game. But it's also a little broken, a little bland, and a little weird.
Kyn is not a flawless game but is an interesting take on the topic of isometric RPGs. Worth taking a look at it.
To put it simply, KYN is a fun game that doesn't do enough to separate itself from the countless other top down-action RPGs.
Kyn is an interesting first game from independent developer Tangrin Entertainment. The game brings with it an interesting campaign and gorgeous environment, but could use some polishing in the story telling side.
On paper, everything about Kyn looks like it should amazing. Mystically powered Viking super-soldiers? Check. A diverse collection of loot and weapons? Aye. Long campaign, wrought with mayhem and peril? You better believe it. With all of these crucial boxes checked, it would be hard for the game to be bad, right? Sadly, not even these high points can overcome a title that has more bugs than a re-run of Fear Factor.