Realms of Arkania Star Trail Download Trainer

Release Description:

The united orc tribes attempted to invade the region of Thorwal, but a group of valiant adventurers thwarted their plans during their previous quest. Now the orcs have regrouped and attacked other, more vulnerable areas – Lowangen is occupied and half the Svellt Valley lies in ashes. An elf ambassador summons the party to the city of Kvirasim. To unite the races of the elves and the dwarves in the struggle against a common enemy, they must recover an artifact known as the Salamander Stone.

Yet not all is as simple as it seems: As the party approaches an abandoned dwarven mine that may hold the answers to their questions, someone else makes it clear that not everyone in the country favors a cooperation between the two races.

Star Trail is a faithful remake of Realms of Arkania’s classic sequel. This hardcore RPG features dozens of talents and spells, distinct races and character classes as well as a challenging isometric turn-based combat system. Obey your orders and succeed in your quest to retrieve the Salamander stone – the peace between elves and dwarves depends on it!


Hardcore RPG with isometric turn-based tactical fights
Hand-crafted cities and dungeons to explore in first person view
Master dozens of talents including fighting and magical skills
Meet countless endearing characters within the lovingly detailed cities and villages
Create your characters and manage your party
Plan your extensive travels through the realm in detail
Based on the TDE ruleset as a hybrid between v3 and v4

Genre: Adventure, Indie, RPG
Developer: Crafty Studios
Publisher: United Independent Entertainment GmbH
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Tokyo Xanadu eX+ Review and more

Rating: 90/100

– Estimated playtime 90 hours (90% completion), without NG+ (needed for throphy and optional dungeons)
Game‘ setting and world building : persona like
– Story and Naration : kiseki like
– Combat mechanics : YS VIII like
– Animation 3d model : the model desain itself great more like Akiba’s trip though the animation (outside battle) feel clunky (persona 4 golden better for animation)
– Enviromental textures : this the only area feels like impacted by vita limitation.
– Port quality: 60 fps locked (very stable on exclusive FS), unlock resolution tested up to 4k.
– Translation Quality: decent enough (better than YS VIII and persona 5 for me)
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Ni No Kuni II Officially Delayed To March 23rd, 2018

Bandai Namco announced in a press release that the rumored delay for Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, originally due to release on January 19th, 2018 for PC and PlayStation 4, is real and the game has been moved to March 23rd, 2018.

President & CEO of LEVEL-5 Akihiro Hino explained:

As you all know LEVEL-5 is committed to delivering the highest levels of design and quality in each of our video game titles. The development of our latest project Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM is coming along very well and we can’t wait to share this new adventure with you our fans. In an effort to constantly innovate and bring new experiences to players, we’ve also implemented new modes in Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM including the new Skirmish and Kingdom Modes which will surly delight players.
However with innovation and new ideas come the need to ensure everything works together in a fun and cohesive package. This means we’ll need a bit more time to make sure the entire Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM experience meets LEVEL-5 and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.’s high quality standards. So today I would like to ask for everyone’s patience as we move Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM’s worldwide release date to 23rd March 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and PC. We will be sharing more news about Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM in the coming weeks and months as we move closer to our new launch date. On behalf of everyone at LEVEL-5, I want to thank you all for your patience and continued support.

Dave was able to go hands-on with the game a couple months ago and had this to say in his preview:

The game is tough, too – bosses hit hard. The new flexibility in battles means you have to be more aware than ever, making space so you can heal and deal damage from safety, rather than tanking damage and persevering – though I’m sure that’s possible too with a bit of grinding.

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is shaping up to be the sequel everyone wants from the lovely PlayStation 3 JRPG, and I can’t wait to get my hands on the full game.

Warhammer Vermintide and Strange Brigade Devs Explain Why There Aren’t More Left 4 Dead Games

“Jointly the two Left 4 Dead games from Valve Software are two of the finest and most popular games ever made, and when it comes to co-op survival shooters there’s none finer or more unique. The question is then, in the 10 years since Left 4 Dead came out why are they still unique? Why haven’t more developers attempted to make compelling co-op shooters in that exact style, travelling across a map surviving?”

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The most anticipated games of January 2018

The most anticipated games of January 2018.

1. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is an upcoming role-playing video game developed by Level-5 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game is a sequel to Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, and is scheduled to be released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 on January 19, 2018.
Players control Evan Pettiwhisker Tildrum, a young king who was usurped from his castle and sets out to reclaim his kingdom. While players can freely navigate Evan throughout the game’s open world, other characters can be controlled during battles against enemies. During these battles, players use magical abilities and elemental creatures known as “Higgledies”, which are used to cast spells.

2. Lost Sphear
Lost Sphear is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Tokyo RPG Factory and published by Square Enix. The game is the second to be developed by Tokyo RPG Factory, and considered a spiritual successor to their first title, I Am Setsuna. The game was released in Japan in October 2017, and is scheduled for release in January 2018 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows in North America, Europe and Australia.

3. Monster Hunter World
Monster Hunter: World is an upcoming action role-playing video game in development and to be published by Capcom, and is the fifth primary title in their Monster Hunter franchise. The game was
announced at Sony’s E3 2017 conference, and is currently scheduled for a simultaneous worldwide release in January 2018; while it will only release for PlayStation 4 in Japan, it will launch with both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions in Western regions, with a Microsoft Windows release sometime afterwards. It will feature much larger maps, seamless transitions between zones in the map and four-player online co-op, and will also allow players worldwide to play together, a first in the series

Seven: The Days Long Gone for PC Critic Reviews

Rating: 73/100 – Based on 10 Critics

gameinfo: Seven, The Days Long Gone is an open world isometric RPG video game developed by IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory. The game has a post-apocalyptic theme and is intended to have an emphasis on exploration and thievery, with characters using parkour skills to traverse the rooftops of the open world city.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG
Developer: IMGN.PRO , Fool’s Theory
Publisher: IMGN.PRO
Release Date: 1 Dec, 2017

Critic Reviews

GameSpace: Playing a thief is never easy, but Seven: The Days Long Gone makes it fun. This new isometric RPG is packed with a few amazing elements one of the best is the deep dark story. Seven plays well but can be unforgiving at times, just the like world it takes place in. For fans of isometric RPGs, Seven delivers a lot of surprises.
Rating: 85/100 – Read full review

GameStar: Seven invites you to experiment and explore at any time.
Rating: 85/100 – Read full review

PC Gamer: A brilliant stealth sandbox and unconventional RPG in one very ambitious but buggy package.
Rating: 81/100 – Read full review

Wccftech: Seven: The Days Long Gone is a deep sandbox isometric RPG whose focus on stealth and impressive world design is guaranteed to suck you in. You’ll just need to be willing to put up with some rather frustrating user interface issues.
Rating: 80/100 – Read full review

MMORPG: Seven: The Days Long Gone is a game that tries to fit a lot of ideas into it. For a first time indie studio It feels like a lot of these ideas have been developed well. However with some clunky combat and stealth mechanics as well as the frame drop issue Seven would benefit from some more time in testing. This being said it is shaping up to be an incredibly immersive iso-RPG that offers some unique approaches to handling the genre.
Rating: 78/100 – Read full review

PC Aficionado: “Despite the buggy AI, and frame rate issues, Seven: The Days Long Gone was still a highly enjoyable game. It’s a real RPG experience that the hardcore gamers out there will enjoy more than anything. A few of the mechanics and design choices may put off the younger generation, but it’s a brilliant stealth sandbox regardless.”
Rating: 73/100 – Read full review

PC Games: The frustration level rises more and more over the course of the game, but: If Seven ironed out some mistakes, the game would definitely have a certain appeal and a lot to discover.
Rating: 72/100

IGN Spain: Seven: The Days Long Gone is a nice stealth-rpg with a very beautiful art and ost. The games works better as a tactic stealth game than as an RPG game but the mix feels good most of the time.
Rating: 72/100 – Read full review

Areajugones: Seven: The Days Long Gone is an amazing stealth game, but the melee combat has too many issues that need to be addressed.
Rating: 70/100 – Read full review

IGN: Seven: The Days Long Gone feels like it’s trying to break new ground at every turn, but in the process it makes some really bad choices and is executed poorly. Its action is acrobatic but almost immediately gets stale, climbing is only fun when the levels allow it, most crafting systems are needlessly obtuse, and its fast-travel system actively tries to kill you on a regular basis. Add to that the regular bugs, and Seven’s days are numbered.
Rating: 40/100 – Read full review


Denuvo new version uncracked so far (list of uncracked denuvo games)

Assassin’s Creed Origins uses Denuvo 4.7 and VM Protect still hasn’t been pirated a month after release (since october 27, 2017).

and more uncracked Denuvo Games List

Star Wars Battlefront 2 – Denuvo 4.7
Injustice 2 – Denuvo 4.7
Sonic Forces – Denuvo 4.7
Football Manager 2018 – Denuvo 4.7
Need for Speed Payback – Denuvo 4.7

Sky Force Reloaded – Critic Reviews

Rating: 77/100 – Based on 5 Critics

gameinfo: Sky Force Reloaded is a classic shoot ‘em up experience packed in gorgeous visuals and excellent gameplay. Enjoy flashy explosions, beautiful scenery and massive bosses in single player or local cooperative modes.

Genre: Action, Indie, Shooter
Developer: Infinite Dreams
Publisher: Infinite Dreams
Release Date: 30 Nov, 2017

Critic Reviews:

The Xbox Hub: “I didn’t play the original Sky Force. I did however jump feet first into the Anniversary Edition which arrived on Xbox One back in 2016.
For the most part I absolutely adored what had been created and aside from the massive grind which was required in order to really see Sky Force at its best, Anniversary is still to this day one of my all-time favourite indie titles available on Xbox One.
Now though the teams at Infinite Dreams and Crunching Koalas are back and this time they are bringing a full-on revamped and re-imagined version of Sky Force; one which utilises the power of the latest consoles beneath it. But does Reloaded have the same draw and pull of the previous Sky Force games?”
Rating: 100/100 – Read full review

The Games Machine: Despite a lot of insane grinding, Sky Force Reloaded is a great porting from mobile to console. If you love shoot ’em ups, you should not miss this game for any reason.
Rating: 80/100 – Read full review

CriticalHit: A vertical shoot-em-up that does its best to modernise the genre with an upgrade and progression system. It successfully captures the spirit of older games of its ilk, but the perpetual grind may dissuade many players.
Rating: 70/100 – Read full review

PushSquare: With a solid progression system that means no defeat has to be too punishing and every attempt gets you a little further, Sky Force Reloaded is a ‘one more try’ shooter. Building up your ship from a pathetic husk to a monstrous killing machine is satisfying and fun, but it’s a slight shame that the game is let down at times by bland environments and all too familiar enemy types.
Rating: 70/100 – Read full review

Video Chums: When you boot up a sequel to a shoot ’em up, you expect some kind of innovative gameplay mechanics. Although Reloaded feels pretty much the same as last year’s Sky Force Anniversary, does it offer enough new content to be a worthy sequel?
Rating: 69/100 – Read full review