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Life is Feudal: Your Own

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

11%

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Based on 9 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCNov 17, 2015

Developer: Bitbox

Genres: Simulation, Adventure, RPG

“Life is Feudal: Your Own” (LiF:YO) is a 64 player 3km x 3km gameworld that places you in a realistic medieval setting with the ability to host your own private world with your own rules. The game is set in a world with free terraforming and free building features. You can build your own house anywhere in the world! Team up with your friends and build a village or city and repel attacks by other players who want to steal your lands and slaughter your cattle! A good castle with a moat and tall city walls might help you protect yourselves and your precious cattle.
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Life is Feudal: Your Own | Animated Intro ft. Sean Bean

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An attractive medieval survival sandbox that unfortunately gets bogged down in too many demands for time.

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Life is Feudal is hard to recommend. Not because it isn't a good game, because it is, but because its proposal is really hard to enjoy given its extremely complex structure. It needs lots of hours to exhibit its best experience, however, when it reaches that point, it becomes an epic second life.

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Despite my initial reactions, I finally start to enjoy Life is Feudal. After getting over the initial learning curve and skill grind. There is something liberating about being able to terraform any piece of land and cut down any tree I find.

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While Life is Feudal: Your Own shows incredible promise, and has already set the bar with its community servers and playerbase, the massive bugs take it just below the point where its price tag can be justified.

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