Three gigantic and mysterious Cubes have landed on Sylia's main islands. Inside them, unknown creatures (… Aliens) are gathered and plot on how to take control of the lands and ultimately extract the planet's energy – that would be the end of all life. Is Sylia a realm about to fall?
Maybe not! A group of heroes is not willing to let that happen! They are Sylia's finest knight, wizardress, cleric and warrior. Supported and guided by their nation, they must enter the Cube where the Aliens' Queen (a mysterious woman by the name of Lady Godiva) is and stop her! But the task seems overwhelming…
Who is going to win the fight for Sylia? Will the land thrive or will the Aliens gain its energy and destroy every life form in the process?
- A huge and stand-alone adventure
- Bright, colorful and original graphics
- 30+ characters
- 20+ sidequests
- 100+ skills
- Plenty of items including 16 relics and artifacts
- Change Party System
- Options Menu
- Configurable Battle Speed
- Adjustable Difficulty
- Visible Monsters
- Multiple Endings
- Fly a Balloon
Lovely and fairly uniqueAndrogyn | May 23, 2014 | See all Androgyn's reviews »
How often do you trade your hero with a big sword and his shy cleric love interest? Sylia lets you deal with a cast of animals and uses this nice twist to its full potential by giving them innovative spells. For instance the dog can "yelp" and try to enroll enemies (that become permanent characters). With a pretty crazy story to play, Sylia is a good game for players who are tired of the old RPG formula.
Interesting RPG but not for everyonemahon | May 15, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
Sylia is a role playing game with unimpressive visuals but lots of good stuff to be revealed if you spend some time with this game. You will appreciate the interesting characters, enjoy witty dialogues, and follow the storyline which is both interesting and flavoured with some good humour. I would only be unsure about recommending the game to people used to new games with stunning graphics and memorable soundtracks. This game is pretty forgettable in this respect, but this doesn't make is a bad game. It only is not suitable for anybody. If story is more important to you than graphics, give Sylia a go.
Aldorlea sticks true to formSciazs | May 8, 2014 | See all Sciazs's reviews »
There's a certain charm and allure about Aldorlea games that makes you keep coming back for more. Whether its their well crafted story plots, the engaging (and sometimes funny) characters in "SNES" style graphics, either way fans of the golden age of RPG will be sure to be delighted with Sylia.
Aldorlea do best to keep hitting you in the nostalgia feels and are sure to never disappoint. Don't be fooled by the aesthetics of the game, there is a lot of content for a game like this to keep you smiling all the way through for days :)