Ravensword: Shadowlands is a 3D 3rd person, action open-world role playing game, where you explore a detailed world with a deep storyline while questing to solve the mysteries of the game.
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Pro Fun open-world gameplay that lends itself well to exploration and branched quests
Ravensword: Shadowlands 3d RPG has a large open-world to explore that allows for the player to advance and explore as they wish. The main quest line will take you through different areas, but if you prefer you can accept side-quests that will take you on different paths.
Pro Plenty of customization through a huge assortment of items to collect and utilize
There is a large assortment of items available in game such as weapons armor and jewelry. Items can be looted off the corpses of your enemies, found in chests, or bought at one of the many shops. These items can then be used to slowly update, upgrade and customize your character with.
Pro Made for veteran gamers: From its unique RPG elements to an highly detailed open world. Tons of character interactions, meeting new people and exploring new lands never gets old! Veteran gamers will be right at home
Pro Pretty good controller support allows for better control of the game for those that want or need it
There is built in controller support for PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers hooked up through USB to the device by way of HID support. There is also support for MOGA controllers as well. This way the user has an option for easier controls.
Con Unpolished effects and gameplay
There are a few glitches inside of the game. Ragdoll effects some times act up and wrong assets can be shown.
Enemies that come at you from behind have a massive advantage, and can usually get you down to half health before you can finish them off.
Con Basic plot doesn't make for an interesting story
The main quest line is fairly basic - find clues which will direct you to the Ravensword so you can defeat a demon. The journey leaves some to be desired as it isn't in-depth enough to make the player emotionally invested in the game.