Lets Play Save the World!

Although I haven’t been able to enjoy the full graphical quality of this game due to my own low-spec machine, I have still managed to sink over 100 hours into it, both in co-op and in singleplayer. My time with the writing and characters is very enjoyable due to the wit on display, and with the origin tags having their own dialogue options, it’s a different experience each time. If your undecided whether to buy stw fortnite, watch this video: save the world code

My only gripe is that the custom characters don’t feel as incorporated into the story as the origin characters, though this is unsurprising as I think it’d probably be hard to include a custom character that was completely intertwined with all the other hundreds of plot threads in the game.

Wonderful game that has obviously been made with passion.

The combat. despite fear of it being turn-based, is fluid. Available downtime is spent meaningfully considering the options available to you. I never felt that a fight had become a grinding experience as they’re either carried along through the variety of approach or dialogue.

Frequently I find myself coining this “if a DnD campaign was made into a game,” with full intention as a compliment. For any who have enjoyed a session of DnD, this game’s vibrant VAs (have to love the Narrator) and world building are incredible. I’d recommend this to anyone, especially those who could snag a few friends to play this with.

Awesome story which allows muiltiple playthroughs.
Great characters and voice acting. Narrator can get kinda creepy at a few select times in the game.
Gameplay is complex, engaging and challanging.
Game has mod support which is always welcome.
Fun with friends, and solo.