AndreaDraco83 wrote:I never played it, mainly because I can't find a copy of the game. I've read only the review at Adventure Gamers and it didn't receive a very good score. Can you further your opinion? It's really worth to find out and play?
I would say, "Yes, it's worth it." But lets see what others also say! Don't got by my opinion alone.
First, the main character Torin. I think he's very defined. His quest to "save his parents" (don't want to spoil it - but you will see in the intro what I mean) is a very, very honorable one - and it's the main purpose of this quest he goes on. His interactions with all the other characters are very, very consistent.
Then there's his pet - or sidekick - Boogle. Hilariously funny. Has a very unique... skill... that you will need to solve some of the puzzles.
The side characters - like the worms - and the guy who lets you into The Lands Below - amazingly entertaining and amusing.
And the villian(s) are both very well defined with occassional cut scenes to them for more development throughout the game.
The puzzles are fun - and not insanely difficult.
Al Lowe proves that he can do more than LSL humor. And does it with amazing character, depth and story.
Torin's Passage would get a 10/10 from me if I were to rank it.