.. Hmph.. I prefer the villainy anyway
Good game, original concept but frankly speaking.. I felt unfulfilled. I'm guessin' that's the point but still :/ an assistant can't get a lil love? lol
Splendid game, really.
The idea is rather clever and unusually original.
I like how the fights are on a stage. That is an unusually good explanation for why you are able to take on a fight multiple times, even if you lose. It's all an act!
Percibald's lines are often funny, and it helps that his voice reminds me of the orcs from "Orcs Must Die!". Seems as if one of them GOT to be the good guy after all! (Explanation: said orcs sometimes ask "Can I be the good guy?". Too bad you answer them in the colourful language of massacre.)
The art is silly in a way that really fits the setting.
I can't tell from the "Credits & Info"-section wether the music was made for the occasion or free-to-use, but if the latter, this is an unusually good case of using licensed music.
The only bad thing is that some weapons can't be re-equipped, which is a problem as I like playing around with combinations to see what the best one is.
All in all, great job!
I had no idea that Egoraptor did the voices. My respect for this game just shot up 100%. Other than that, the game was decent. Understandably, I didn't find it particularly entertaining, but hey, it could've been a lot worse.
Really entertaining. It took me a while to figure out how to sell items you aren't using in battle. Fun game, but the end was a little bit of a let down. All in all, good game :)