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Shadows of Adam

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

33%

Critics Recommend

Based on 6 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCFeb 23, 2017

Developer: Something Classic Games

Genre: RPG

Shadows of Adam is a classic JRPG fan’s dream come true. Shadows of Adam brings a compelling story, unique fast-paced battle system and modernized visuals to a beloved genre.

Tucked away from the outside world by the impenetrable haze of the Misty Woods, the village of Adam has mostly lived in peace since the days of the Wraith War. Magic, the dark power that fueled that war has vanished. But darkness is descending once more and Adam's legendary hero, Orazio, is no more.

10 years ago he left without explanation and never returned, leaving his son and adopted daughter to wrestle with the dark secret he left behind—a secret that must now be revealed if the children hope to save both Adam and their departed father, though its revelation could unhinge the world.

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Strong Head
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COGconnected

80 / 100
COGconnected

Shadows of Adam delivers retro JRPG flavor without the bitter aftertaste of merciless grinding and pointless punishments.

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RPG Fan

77%
RPG Fan

A decent game, but it doesn't do enough to stand out in the oversaturated "me too" retro-game crowd.

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Worth Playing

7.8 / 10.0
Worth Playing

While it might not display the same creativity of top-of-the-line JRPGs like Final Fantasy or Persona, Shadows of Adam executes its ideas well, and more importantly, is simply fun to play.

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GameGrin

7.5 / 10.0
Alex Hamilton

The game is a fantastic love letter to the genre and offers gamers a trip down memory lane. What will surprise you, though, is how it's so much more than a cash-grab throwback to a bygone era.

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