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Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 22 October 2003, 17:11:12

Tags: Temple of Elemental Evil

GameZone has gotten up their review of Temple of Elemental Evil, scoring it a 8.4/10. They gave it high marks for Gameplay with the low mark for Sound. Here's a clip:

Another nice touch is the game has multiple starting points and there is no set ending. You can pursue whatever course you wish, and the game?s outcome evolves from decisions you make along the way. This, of course, really adds to the replayability factor. Some of the found loot, such as keys, are communal property and all characters have access to them. If you lose an adventurer along the way, you don?t have to worry about losing valuable assets such as keys.

Other features of the game include dozens of skills and class abilities, more than 50 feats, and a book full of spells, and more than 100 different monsters to battle. There are two difficulty levels - normal and ironman.


Yeah, it's fairly sparce on content there.

Spotted this on Blue's News.

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