The Waste Land, inspired by T.S. Eliot’s poem of the same name that is imbued with feelings of despair and lost innocence, puts players in the role of a fallen king who must find his way to right the wrongs caused by his own failings.Read full description
The Waste Land, inspired by T.S. Eliot’s poem of the same name that is imbued with feelings of despair and lost innocence, puts players in the role of a fallen king who must find his way to right the wrongs caused by his own failings. Players explore a vast world across seven continents and meet memorable characters while fighting off twisted creatures to survive a hostile land - all in gorgeous 8-bit style.
In The Waste Land you are the King Zyron III, ruler of all the known lands, who’s actions on a an ordinary hunting trip cause a rip in the balance of nature. Creatures mutate sending your once loyal subjects into a state of fear and it is up to you to set things right. Seek out more powerful weapons and secret items to give you an edge while exploring the vast lands in your quest to take down five giant beasts to reset the balance of nature you upset.
“Metroidvania” style open world with over 15 hours of classic gameplay
Find and collect hidden Upgrades, Secrets and Bonuses that boost stats and abilities
Discover 10 deadly weapons, 5 swords and 5 arrow types, imbued with unique properties such as the Battle Sword, Chain Sword and Katana as well as the Fire, Bomb and Cursed Arrows
Slay 5 giant twisted Bosses that include a mutated slug, colossal hornet and demented whale
Encounter colorful characters in each town you discover
Watch the ominous moon rise each night as the skies darken and light with the Day/Night cycle
Explore vast maps across 7 continents, each with their own challenges to overcome
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I definitely didn't expec much for a game based on a novel. However, for the price, it's hard to pass up since it looks pretty fun. it's nothing amazing, but it has some very creative designs that remind me a lot of the original creations. You can tell it's a love letter to T.S. Elliot. It's not the tightest controlling game, but it feels good enough. This game isn't mind-blowing but it is fun.
Ahhhh... this game! I was waiting on a decent Metroidvania to appear on steam that i hadn't played before, when i found this on sale. I didn't have high hopes, but the game surprised me by being fairly decent. First off is the presentation, graphics, sound design, etc. And it's all as it claims to be; 8-16 bit goodness. Special attention must be brought to the soundtrack in my opinion, which is quite good. The visuals are colorful and bright, and get the job done respectably well to make it seem retro and 8-bit, though some enemies have a tendency to blend into the background. As for the gameplay, it's a standard Metroidvania. You fight monsters, and get weapons and abilities to progress further. It's all there, though it can be a bit frustrating at times due to slightly awkward physics, and enemies early in the game taking a large amount of hits to kill. Overall, ignoring a few technical blunders caused by the limitations of the engine or the style, the game is quite good. I'd recommend it highly, it's quite fun.
That game has the graphics of Terraria( if not even worse), but it's an interesting action/rpg with pixel graphics (almost),where you fight your way through different levels,with different enemies and weapons which makes the game not that boring,the graphics are the only - imo,as it may not bring the best quality to the game which deserves much more attention. It looks quite promising,simple and easy. It has good art style,good storyline and music. For 4 pounds i'd insta-buy it as im fan of those kind of games.
This game has good art and music. It's not particularly outstanding, but it does well to accompany the game. Gameplay is your usual "Metroidvania" style, with multiple weapons and abilities to use as the situation calls for it, so I can't really comment on it. It's a formula tried and tested, and used multiple times. It felt very much like Simon's Quest at times, especially when time passes and it turns to night. Still it's a good game. I think a plus for me was finding out that this game was based on T.S. Eliot's poem of the same name. I'm a writing major, and so this piqued my interest. There are no regrets.
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