Lords of the Fallen User Reviews
In Lords of the Fallen, you are Harkyn, the best of the worst of humanity. A convicted criminal, Harkyn is given a chance for redemption. But just as the rulers of the world get close to finding a way to banish all evil from humans, an army of the long-ago defeated god attacks the human realm. Released from prison, Harkyn and his mentor, Kaslo, set out on a mission to stop the war.
In his journey, Harkyn will forge strong alliances and face even stronger enemies. He will learn the true power of the Rhogar Lords - commanders of god's army. He will even bring the battle to the Rhogar, travelling to the heart of the demonic dimension.
Will the god manage to enslave humans again? Is mankind really able to banish evil? Will Harkyn's sins ever be forgiven?
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Keystone is supposed to be a monastery, but it's really built more like a castle, complete with dungeons. Adyr's realm mostly consists of his main fortress, carved into living rock.
Harken can start out as a Rogue, Cleric, or Warrior. This is independent of the equipment class, which allows the player to set up complimentary or contradictory combinations.
During cutscenes, Harken's helmet or hood disappears with no explanation
If you leave him standing in one place for more than a couple seconds, Harken will show off a little bit with his current weapon. He'll toss his daggers in the air, perform a quick kata with a staff, or swing his sword around a few times.
When you die, all of the experience you've earned since the last checkpoint is left behind as a ghost. Wait too long to get back to it, and that experience can never be recovered.
After the last battle, you are treated to a series of clips summarizing your actions and how they affect either the world or how you're perceived.
After defeating the final boss, you can re-start the game with all of your equipment and stat points intact. You also get to open up another magic tree, so it's possible to play through three times with the same character a little differently each time.
The trailer for the game shows Harken fighting a giant beast on a snowy landscape. This never actually happens in the game, and the magic he's shown using isn't available to the player.Easter Eggs
"This! Is! Keystone!"-achivement is a reference to the movie 300. "Go breaking my heart"-achivement probably a reference to the song "Don't go breaking my heart" by Elton john. "No one can hear you scream"-achivement probably a reference to the Alien movies.