- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Action, Arcade, Fighting, RPG
- Release Date
- 7th Nov 2019, $7.99
- 7th Nov 2019, £7.99
- Official Site
Review Animus: Harbinger - A Budget Dark Souls Clone Which Needed More Polish
Animus: Harbinger attempts to take the well-worn Dark Souls style of slow, methodical combat and create a boss-rush game that sees you battle your way through a total of twenty-one small arena levels, defeating a handful of run-of-the-mill enemies before taking on an area boss in order to gain new weapons, grab upgrade shards and money to...
About The Game
These are the days before Ire: Blood Memory, the days when Kerr the Breaker’s evil slipped its way into Cadmeia. You, Forlorn — follower of the Resonant, and caught out of time and place — are called upon by the shadow of the late King Cadmus to bring judgement to those that have betrayed the land. Only you can take on this duty, as you are forgotten, and those forgotten can never die, as they have truly never lived. Be the hand of deliverance and mercy to the afflicted. You will have no friend save for your trusty blade, axe, and hammer. Answer the call of this dead sovereign.
■ Game Features
• Compact stage and boss fight game
• Main quests (21)
• Sidequests - Trial (12) / Proof (6) / Passage (random boss)
• Proficiency tree
• Skill shards
• Reinforcement system
• Farming equipment and materials
• Difficulty (3)
• Weapons, armour, and accessories of different types and attributes
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