Top Critic Average
Despite some rough edges and a modest budget, Greedfall delivers a blockbuster RPG experience.
Greedfall presents itself thanks to an interesting setting and a surprisingly well done story as probably the best game Spiders did so far. Repetitive tasks and the usual technical shortcomings reduce the experience strongly but if you can live with that you'll get a decent Dragon Age replacement
Review in German | Read full review
GreedFall's engaging story and deep customization will satisfy those looking for a BioWare-style, action RPG fix.
In some ways, Greedfall has the makings of a classic. It has all of the pieces of the puzzle, but there's just not enough of them or perhaps the puzzle just isn't complex enough.
While it starts shaky, Greedfall grows into a comforting and satisfying RPG. It may feel a bit behind the times, but the art design and original story should be given credit and it is good to see this developer releasing something that mostly delivers on its promise.
Greedfall is undoubtedly a must buy for all lovers of RPGs and good stories. It's not perfect for the combat theme, the exploration problems and the depth of customization, but all the pillars of the game are solid enough to consider it a remarkable product.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
GreedFall might finally be the game that puts its studio's name among some of the best RPG makers of current day. Sure, there are still technical issues and the combat system could use more polish, but the general concept is applied so masterfully that one can hardly hide their enjoyment of this colonial era concoction of story, world design and RPG.
Review in Persian | Read full review
The RPG systems at play here are so robust and deep that RPG fans simply shouldn’t miss out on the game, even if the combat feels a bit clunky at times, the voyage to Teer Fradee was well worth it for me in the end. Keep in mind that this game from Spiders Interactive costs a bit less than your standard AAA title, so it is definitely a bargain with the amount of content it provides.
GreedFall has some of the most compelling characters and storylines so far this year. Unfortunately, they're buried by dated technology and a serious lack of polish.
GreedFall punches way above its weight thanks to some excellent writing, surprisingly in-depth RPG mechanics, a strong presentation and plenty of interesting quest lines. Whilst it's a little rough around the edges in areas such as the undeniably poor lip syncing and occasional bugs, this is still a fantastic RPG. GreedFall is well worth the asking price - RPG fans will find a lot to love here.