A strange fog has overtaken the kingdom of Boletaria, cutting it off from the world and birthing demons. No one who has ventured into the fog has ever made it back out. But one day, a lone ... See full summary »

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Aditi Tanna ...
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Old King Doran / Yurt the Silent Chief (voice) (as Chris Fairbank)
Clare Corbett ...
Saint Astraea (voice)
Evetta Muradasilova ...
Maiden in Black (voice)
Hannah McBride ...
Mephistopheles (voice)
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Yuria the Witch (voice) (as Jenny Funnel)
Jonathan Keeble ...
Saint Urbain (voice) (as Jon Keeble)
Jonathan Kydd ...
Scirvir the Wanderer (voice)
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Garl Vinland / Prince Allant (voice)
Matthew Morgan ...
Crestfallen Warrior (voice) (as Matt Morgan)
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Biorr of the Twin Fangs / Blacksmith Bodwin / Blacksmith Ed (voice) (as Mike Carter)
Mike Harbour ...
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Narrator (voice)
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King Allant (voice)
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Graverobber Blige (voice) (as Rupert H. Evans)
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A strange fog has overtaken the kingdom of Boletaria, cutting it off from the world and birthing demons. No one who has ventured into the fog has ever made it back out. But one day, a lone messenger is able to make it through and sends out word that the kingdom needs a hero. You are that hero. You WILL die. As a spirit, you must fight demons, monsters, and even the corrupted people of Boletaria to reclaim your body and wipe them all out. No human could possibly stand up to such incredible evils, so you'll have to become a little less human and bond the souls of demons to yourself to take their power. Boletaria has been split into five separate realms and in each of these locations, there are hundreds of creatures that want you dead as well as a few greater demons that can easily make that a reality. Pick up a sword, wand, or your faith and get ready to have your head crushed. It's a difficult and painful journey, but there are few more rewarding. Written by Ashby

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You will die!
27 July 2010 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Aside from your untimely death being a part of the excellent storyline (which if you are good enough you can prolong for a short period of time whilst becoming a tad richer in the process), you will find that this game is very unforgiving of any (and I do mean ANY) mistake, and so before long you will be pushing up daisy's like there's no tomorrow. Don't let this put you off though, as if you are able to learn by your mistakes I can guarantee that with a little dogged determination you will progress slowly through the game, and before long will be pulling off moves that will leave you feeling like the greatest Adventurer that has ever lived!

With this in mind, I urge you all NOT to be put off by the supposed difficulty of this game, as this is IMHO probably the finest RPG that has ever been written and is without a shadow of a doubt an absolute must for every PS3 owner out there.

One final point of note, to get the most out of this game you really do need to play it on-line (logged onto a PSN account), as this little gem brings on-line gaming to an all new level.


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