|Posted by Blue_Guy on March 30, 2012 at 9:05 PM|
Fate: The Traitor Soul, is the third game in theFate saga. In all of the Fate games, you travel down into the dungeonsof your home village. You go fight many creatures on each floor of the dungeon.There are also many bosses in which players will face, each one with a specialpower or ability. This makes sure that whoever plays it is challenged to makesure the game isn't to easy to beat. In the first and second games, you couldbeat the game and stop playing after winning because you would have beaten allthe other challenges. But in the Traitor Soul, there are so many more ofdifferent levels to explore. The game has a cool feature that adds more levelsdepending on your level. When it adds a new level, it puts in creatures thatare more or less equal to your level. This adds infinite levels, which addsinfinite fun.
In the game, the whole infinite level thing appealed to me.That and the whole offline RPG thing. Most RPG games nowadays are online andyou have to share your role-playing experience with thousands of other players.Sure this may sound cool at first but if you actually play the game for awhile, you would see that multiplayer isn't all that it's cut out to be. Andthat is when Fate steps in. In Fate, you can play offline with yourself. Youcan do whatever and not have any lag from other players. No chat, no hackers,no dumb ten year old children yelling at you.
Unfortunately with every good part of the game, their hasbeen a bad part to compete with it. As helpful and fun as the game is, I reallyam sad to see some of these bad parts of it. For example, when you start a newgame, their really is no story line to it and it is really quite bland andboring. Yeah so what there are infinite levels and free to play stories, thegame has no back story.
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