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Mar 10, 2013 | 8:30 PM EDT
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EBF4 is out on Steam now, with lots of extra content:


Go on a huge turn-based RPG adventure, and save the world again!

Battle over 120 types of monsters, collect over 140 types of equipment and use over 130 different skills and spells!

The long awaited sequel to Epic Battle Fantasy 3!


Everything is controlled with the mouse, but you can also move around with the keyboard.

You can change the controls, quality, sounds and other stuff in the options menu.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game Matt! I remembered playing your series from a while back and I must say that this series is the reason that I made a Newgrounds account. I hope that you will make more of these. Some of the medals won't work like the Taste Pain and Overpriced Snacks medal. I swore that I ate a Chili Bottle in the Golem boss and I also bought a Pizza in the rare shop. It will be appreciated if you'll fix it and GOOD JOB!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

FIfth time playing this now, still tons of fun :D

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Anybody else kind of want a no-legs spin-off game?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A brilliant RPG which I would gladly play and return to time and time again over a big name RPG, as always Matt. Nat, and Lance were all interesting and fun to watch, and the new member, Anna, was no exception and made a brilliant addition to the team, adding her thoughts into the general reference and humor filled banter which gave this game so much personality.

The story while short and lacking any "Proper development" in the eyes of some, was again fun, and served its point, to be the reason our heroes embark on their epic journey.

The battle system while in no way revolutionary was still very enjoyable, sticking to the turn-based RPG roots. Ironically a breath of fresh air to see something so classic as many RPGs I have played recently have tried adjusting the turn based formula and have failed miserably.

Skills while not necessarily a walk in the park were simple to get, it wasn't a pain in my ass to obtain that one fire spell as I wasn't forced through some ridiculously complex skill tree (yet again another breath of fresh air)

There was a wide variety of enemies too fight and they all had their individual weaknesses making each battle that much more interesting as the player has to compensate for those strengths and weaknesses.

And last but not least, the music, HalcyonicFalconX has done a beautiful job on the soundtrack of this game, creating exciting battle themes to relaxing world map melodies

I have been an EBF fan for many years now, and having finally found the time to play and finish this one (Thank God for graduation) I am very happy with the latest installment, as it has fulfilled and exceeded all expectations I had, If you enjoy RPGs, especially ones similar to Final Fantasy or even Pokemon, The I would give this my highest recommendation this to you.

I eagerly await Mr. Roszak's next game, wiether this be the next installment of EBF or one of the spin offs

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A really great RPG, spent so many hours on this game that it made my ps3 cry from loneliness :D

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