Nearly a thousand years ago the Wars of Fire raged across the face of Ashan. Men, Elves, Dwarves, and their allies pitted themselves against the hordes of Demons. Great devastation was ... See full summary »

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Sareth (voice)
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Menelag (voice)
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Nearly a thousand years ago the Wars of Fire raged across the face of Ashan. Men, Elves, Dwarves, and their allies pitted themselves against the hordes of Demons. Great devastation was wrought, but in the end the allied forces were victorious. Their victory was largely due to the heroic sacrifice of the wizard known as Sar-Elam, the Seventh Dragon. Using his almost god-like powers and supported by his fellow wizards, Sar-Elam cast the Demons out of the world into a limbo of eternal fire. From the essence of his spirit, Sar-Elam wove a prison to contain the Demons forever. Something went wrong during Sar-Elams ritual, however. The magic he summoned failed to create a complete prison; the tiniest of flaws remained in the otherwise impervious barrier, a weakness that allowed Demonic influence to seep into the world during times of a lunar eclipse. Angry but patient, the Demons lurked in their prison waiting - and planning. All that remained of the Seventh Dragon was his skull. Now called...

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Built on the Source Engine from Valve Software, the same build engine used to create Half-Life II. See more »

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A masterpiece
4 December 2013 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

This game is perfect.

Now i know that the xbox 360 version sucks but i am talking about the PC version and that one is a masterpiece.

I love everything about it. (except those annoying Spiders.) I love using the kick to kick people out.

The story is really good to.

You play a guy named sareth and he is badass.

You get help from a girl named Leanna and there is another girl named Xana who talks to you in your head.

I will not talk so much but all i have to say is that this game is a masterpiece at lest the PC version is a masterpiece but the Xbox version is not bad but it has a lot of changing which i don't like.

So if you have plan to play this game then i say you should play the PC version.

That one is way better than the Xbox version.


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