The saga begins again...
The Great Calamity had sundered the world of Cora, and for generations, civilization held on by a thread. Thousands of years removed from that great battle against the Dark Gods, the scars of that war remain, and the cold specter of vengeance watches from the shadows.Read full description
The saga begins again...
The Great Calamity had sundered the world of Cora, and for generations, civilization held on by a thread. Thousands of years removed from that great battle against the Dark Gods, the scars of that war remain, and the cold specter of vengeance watches from the shadows.
Enter into this world a man known as Magus Drakhen Lee, one who is fated to be known as the greatest Dark Lord the world had ever known. Yet, a greater darkness stirs, one that will draw Magus into a battle for the soul of the world, and perhaps even his own.
Added story content and improved dialogue exclusive to this title
Enhanced graphics including redrawn enemies and maps remade for HD devices
Re-imagined soundtrack with notable compositions from in-house composer Morte McAdaver and other indie artists
Dynamic Turn-based Battle System reminiscent of classic RPGs
Control how often you experience combat with the Encounter Gauge
Gamepad, Mouse, and Touchscreen compatible
The game runs in a native 1280x720 window, and you may freely alter the size of the window to whatever size you wish by simply hovering the mouse on the outside edge of the window until you see the arrows, and dragging the window's size to where you want it to be.
Copyrighted 2017 by Kisareth Studios.
Those who come to Chronicles of a Dark Lord looking for story, sound and gameplay to compensate for the 16-bit indie graphic style are going to find an unpleasant surprise. The plethora of characters (most of whom are female for reasons unknown) of the Lee family, indistinguishable from each other, grows and grows incessantly, until the only thing you want is for the fucking McGuffin Empire to extinguish them once and for all in compensation of those horrendous jokes, worthy of a fifteen year old resentful of their teachers. The story is cliche, the characters have no personality or variety and the game's pace is extremely repetitive. The description advertises a game that's dark, mature and intricate, but what you get is juvenile and shallow. Look for depth and quality somewhere else.
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