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Valley of Challenge

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rated 2.97 / 5 stars
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Adventure - RPG
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fantasy
medieval
turn-based
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Apr 15, 2017 | 4:54 PM EDT

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Four heroes are swept away to the mysterious Valley of Challenge... What lies at the end? Explore its five dungeons and overcome its secret boss to find out!

This is my first finished RPG Maker game... please let me know what you think in the comments!

Reviews


JCLVJCLV

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I've been experiencing some bad lag in the overworld map area. In the dungeon and the inn areas I move quickly. (google chrome fyi)


FernandoSacchetto responds:

Thanks for the feedback! I'll test and see if I identify the problem.


chaos00177chaos00177

Rated 2 / 5 stars

pretty poor job with the engine. if youre going to use the default battle system then adding any action sequencing at all would make combat look a lot better. the engine comes with a generator for characters so i would hope you would use ones that are not default. dungeon layout is okay but its clear the enemies start becoming to hard midway in and you even say "if it gets to hard then come back here and buy items" except you are forced to encounter many enemies on your long session of backtracking to the original starting area. you then have to repeat the area which isnt exactly fun since the dungeon becomes walking a straight line if you already found the switches. there is some exploration but its not much. backtracking sucks really badly (you should fix this), no action sequence in battles is dissapointing since its easy to achieve with the engine. its overall ok


FernandoSacchetto responds:

Thanks for the suggestions! I'll see if I work them into my next game - and if this one generates enough interest, I may update/improve it as well.


ArtbyazpenArtbyazpen

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Visually especially, this game is just STUNNING! I adore the icon art for each character, as well of the sprites. The movements are smooth and it very quickly grabbed my attention!


FernandoSacchetto responds:

Thanks... credit for the art is due to Kadokawa/Enterbrain, the people behind RPGMaker though ;)


VsaxenaVsaxena

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty friggen good, man. Like playing FFII or FFIII but on my PC and without that stupid "Ether" crap. I hated that shit, lol.


FernandoSacchetto responds:

Thanks a lot for the feedback! Yes, FF is a big influence here :D


CaliberProductionsCaliberProductions

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Very neat, but also very cliche. it lacks originality. I have seen so many rpgs with pretty much the same plot. It looks amazing though.


FernandoSacchetto responds:

Well, yes, I suppose it *is* cliché... I was keeping it familiar in order to learn the ropes, I think that's forgivable for a first game :P