Are you ready to put your mind to work while playing an animated game called Dark Deity? It’s a game that is full of strategic planning, a vast assortment of magical and mighty heroes to add to your team, and many battlegrounds to fight the opposing teams on, those that are causing havoc to the world, Terrazael. Furthermore, the game includes an excellent story that may be a bit long on the narrative side, but perfect for those who love a good story leading to the next pursuits waiting to turn up next.
So if you feel you have what it takes to perform the task of being a hero, such as battling in many wars, and restoring the world to its peaceful, safe, and desired state. Then you may find Dark Deity to bring nothing but joy and excitement during gameplay. There is even a choice of choosing an even more difficult mode, present from the very start. If you want to take on more battles, rather than having to take on many different wars, then choosing the third option; the hardest mode will bring the player just that, more action and challenge! However, this game can provide anyone the option to make it suitable for their needs, which is great for beginners who don’t play games that require planning or want it to be too hard.
Graphics and Sound
There is nothing bad with the animated graphics in this game! It’s absolutely awesome and slightly breathe taking with that artwork of the background. The game has this fantasy and cartoonish appearance. Everything is perfectly clear, cheerful, and full of color, which includes the characters, backdrops, weapons, and much more. I even must add that the music is very well matched to the game. It builds the player up with such a strong and heroic adventure-style tune that plays as the game is turned on.
The entire game’s visual appearance and music work perfectly to bring such a wonderful battling experience. The transition from strategy and story is quite nice as well. Especially, how the characters are turned into these cute mini fighters on a battlefield, where the action takes place. When the narrative portion of the game begins again, each character goes back to their regular human height and design.
Lastly, I couldn’t find anything wrong with the art and the music. It’s astounding and really makes this game visually appealing and captivating. The movements and action scenes are smooth and immensely entertaining to watch when battling the enemies while on the battlefield.
I must say that the game is very entertaining, coming with so many action-filled battles and plenty to discover as the story goes on. It’s a perfect strategy game, requiring some planning before playing. The cartoon design makes it even more joyful, as it’s so much more cheerful and full of color. The game is so much simpler to understand how to battle and play, without realizing one must face an enemy when making a move. This isn’t necessary like many games I’ve played in the past. Plus, it’s even nicer for those who are learning how to play strategic games for the first time.
Even if you had a bad experience with a game demanding you position the characters on a board; battlefield, this game makes it quite easy to learn how to! There are just two things that I didn’t mind about the game. One is the long narrative portion of the game. At least, you can quickly click through the speech portion. However, I wish there was a way to skip right past these chat sessions, which the player doesn’t want to read.
The last one is that I rather it be a little less loading time required to play a new section. It may seem like it needs to load a bit much just to go from one thing to the next. The speed is not too slow, but it can be a bit much. However, these are all just small potatoes. I don’t feel anything I’ve mentioned to be a distraction or problem to anyone playing. It still is quite an excellent game to play.