Yes, Your Grace
Top Critic Average
There's still a lot to appreciate about this one, and it's wrapped up in such a lovely package that, if nothing else, it makes for an excellent lazy Sunday afternoon experience.
Despite variable success with the choice element, this is a kingdom you’ll want to save.
Eager to do the many issues of medieval life justice, Yes Your Grace can't hit a good balance between challenging and frustrating.
Yes, Your Grace puts you on a roller coaster of emotions, allowing you to feel the weight of your decisions. However, sometimes things feel too arbitrary
Yes, Your Grace is a brilliant mix of a "choices and consequences" game and medieval storytelling. It's a small game with a huge heart and it's a joy to play. The crown of Davern is heavy and you can feel the meaning of every choice, even if the structure of the game may be a little bit repetitive. Above all, anyway, Yes, Your Grace is crafted with love, and the sight and the sounds of Grevno Castle will last long in the hearts of the players.
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Yes, Your Grace tells a decent story in an enjoyable way, and there's really nothing else like it outside of a certain fantasy TV show with a terrible ending
I’ve enjoyed Yes, Your Grace. It’s a pretty game, and the story and subplots have some nice details and solid surprises.
Yes, Your Grace is an enjoyable hybrid game, filled with obvious lies, surprise twists, quirky characters, and lots and lots of needy petitioners. The pixel art is beautiful and writing is excellent, even if the game itself is rather short. It settles somewhere between a simulation game and an RPG, and while it’s a master of neither, it is an enjoyable little indie experience.
An interesting combination of kingdom management and point-and-click adventuring that doesn't always form into a cohesive whole. Yes, Your Grace has a flavour all of its own, though, and you'll genuinely come to care for the royal family at its core.
Yes, Your Grace isn't just your typical kingdom management simulation. The first game of the studio Brave At Night is a very story-driven experience with inspired pixel-art visuals. Alas, it turns pretty bland when it comes to convey the epicness of the battlefield.
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