Reviews for A Farewell to Dragons



hotmando1 | Sept. 2, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »

It's hard to describe the genre as either fantasy, punk, or just rpg. It has a little of everything. Even from other games. It has a party system that'll remind you of games like Neverwinter and Dragon Age. Gameplay will feel similar. Sadly, graphics are not at all close as well as the characters. I've never seen a dwarf clone..look so human. Also, magic and guns don't make sense. Plot doesn't explain much of it...But sadly enough, you'll find yourself playing just for the plot: nothing else. But once you've beaten the game, you won't want to play it again. Lack of content and such makes this a game for a rainy day.


Good idea, bad game

Arthan | June 20, 2011 | See all Arthan's reviews »

A Farewell to Dragons offers a good plot, with a lot of funny conversations and a great story but fails in the most important thing a game has to offer, it's gameplay. It's graphics are really obsoleted and the gameplay it's cumbersome, you want to keep playing and go on with the story but it would be better with a more smooth and developed gameplay.


Fairy Adventure

Comros | April 11, 2011 | See all Comros's reviews »

A Farewell to Dragons is the position of combining elements of action games with RPG'iem. It was developed based on the novel by Russian writer: Sergei Łukjanienki and Nika Pierumowa. The game world is divided into three zones, the first of them has a "clean energy", in other highly developed technology, and the third combines the features of the two other zones. Overall the gameplay is no different from many cult RPG'ów, is dominated by fierce battles both with magic and with the aid of technology. 25 locations for a single game is a bit low, unfortunately. Therefore, the game is very average, but worth it to have in your collection because of the book climate.