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Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Rhapsody Clash

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Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Rhapsody Clash

$1.99

$1.79

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$1.79

Experience the battles of Chronicles of a Dark Lord Episode 1 Tides of Fate and Episode 2 War of The Abyss in this dynamic rhythm-based combat game.

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Experience the battles of Chronicles of a Dark Lord Episode 1 Tides of Fate and Episode 2 War of The Abyss in this dynamic rhythm-based combat game.


Key Features:

  • Four difficulty modes, Easy, Normal, Hard, and Chaotic. Completing one mode unlocks another.

  • Up to 31 Levels available to complete, including a special Level for those that seek to conquer Chaotic Mode.

  • Enhanced cut-scenes from both games with the option to skip scenes you've already viewed.

  • HD Resolution Options.

  • Jukebox so you can listen to all of the tracks you've unlocked as you progress.

  • Featuring fan-favorite tracks like "Dark Mistresses", "Genesis of Destruction: Act One", "Glory of The Abyss", "The Anathema of Life", and much more from both soundtracks!

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Publisher:
Kisareth Studios
Developer:
Kisareth Studios
Genres:
RPGs
Source:
Kisareth Studios
Released:
Friday, November 20, 2015
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Languages:
English
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Reviews for Chronicles of a Dark Lord: Rhapsody Clash

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Poor effort that is at least selling for a low price

Chronicles of a Dark Lord Rhapsody Clash is a rhythm based game with scenes from the two RPG Maker titles that this game is based on. The music is alright but everything else about this is extremely mediocre. The art is poor and the look of the interface and backgrounds of the rhythm battle screens is dull. Nothing about the look of the characters, the notes, the backgrounds, or the notes fits with the exciting music and there's just nothing satisfying about doing a good job hitting the notes. A rhythm based RPG with your ability to hit the notes effecting the battles could be a very entertaining game but this is a pretty lazy effort.

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