REVIEWSPillars of Eternity Review
Obsidian Entertainment creates a retro Infinity Engine RPG funded by Kickstarter. Is it as good as previous Infinity Engine games, or does the novelty quickly wear off?
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"worth playing" that's the word that is most suitable for the game. Sure the game is easy and probably after a day or two you will never play it again but for the time you spent playing it you will not be sorry. The in-game puzzles are easy and will not take much thinking but the game-play is interactive and the action is interesting and exciting. The game in fact has a lack of o couple of vital options in places and the requirements tend to get booring after a while. Frustrating(but interesting in the start) is the fact that you will have to earn money and the ways you can do that, but after a while the things you do to get money are done by instinct and this tends to be timeconsuming and frustrating. Anyway the game is ok, I recomend it only if you are playing a hard game and wan't to relax or if you justwan't to have a good time playing something else.