Ready for a huge adventure? Welcome to the magical world of Asguaard where the future is about to be torn apart.
Somewhere, somehow, the Pandora Box has been opened. A series of devastating plagues each worse than the previous are on their way tearing apart the lands and creatures before them. The magical inhabitants of Fairies, Dwarves and legendary creatures are powerless to prevent the tragedy yet there is just one chance.
A committee of Fairies gather at Asguaard's highest village - their immense task is to summon a creature able to achieve miracles, a creature read about in the oldest of books, a creature that is in possession of something that the Asguaard kind can only dream of and hold in awe. The possession is a soul and the creature - a human.
Come join the fight for Asguaard, a tale of friendship, passion and heroism.
Up to 100 hours of playing!
150 secret places!
Help the people of Asguaard!
AsguaardDanniel100 | Aug. 8, 2012 | See all Danniel100's reviews »
Asguaard is an exciting and fun rpg, where you go through a world of wonder and marvels, fighting from snakes to big dragons. A very moving story, great music, beautiful and well done maps where you can spend days playing and finding out the many secrets of this magical world. With tons of hours to play, it's a must play. Especially to those who loved old games like FF6.
Old-school RPGCarter83 | Aug. 2, 2012 | See all Carter83's reviews »
Touching story, huge dungeons to explore and very "fluid" gameplay with lot of turn-based fights - these are the main strengths of Asguaard. Also, unlike most of the other RPGs, it offers basically no side quests, it's more one big adventure. Don't expect modern 3D RPG with breathtaking graphics and voice acting here, though, Asguaard isn't meant to be like this. If this isn't a problem, then Asguaard is definitively worth playing, because it's one of the best RPG Maker games out there.
Classic style with great replayabilityksjp17 | July 13, 2012 | See all ksjp17's reviews »
It's true that you don't get cutting edge graphics, but a decent game is much, much more than that. You get a great and engaging story, with plenty of exploration which gets you a great variety of goodies. You get possibilities for customizing some of the skills of the characters which adds to the game play. You can't just hack your way through, you have to use strategy and I like that style. And this game is really long, unlike so many 2D RPGs at the moment, and I think it is worth the price.
old-school RPG goodnessXanderine | July 11, 2012 | See all Xanderine's reviews »
Asguaard is a stunning and addictive game if you can go past the outdated (albeit cute) graphics and somewhat classic gameplay. The plot is extremely lengthy and full of twists. The adventure is epic. The game is a bit pricey but more than makes up for it with sheer exploration and huge dungeons. Whether you'll enjoy it or not is all about how much you still like the timeless classics such as Final Fantasy III or Breath of Fire II.
It's OK.aqnickdan3 | June 29, 2012 | See all aqnickdan3's reviews »
This game isn't that great, it's very generic and does not put anything new on the table. The style takes you back, but it does not do justice to the games that inspired this game. Battles are very boring and annoying, there are barely any elements that set it apart, and it's almost like the developers had to force themselves to make this game. I don't recommend this game for people that look for a lot of action or adventure.