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If you took Diablo and put it in a 2D side scrolling world, then you would get Abyss Odyssey. That really is how I see Abyss Odyssey. The levels in Abyss Odyssey are randomly generated. Although there are really only so many things they can do in a level, so they end up looking and feeling similar.

Way too often in Abyss Odyssey we are stuck in an area until we kill off all of the monsters. Are they monsters? They look hideous. All of them, including the characters we play are figments of a warlocks imagination. He is dreaming, and we are battling it out in his dream.

When you die in Abyss Odyssey, you will immediately take on the role of a soldier. His goal is to get back to an altar to bring your main character back to life. Then you take on the role of the main character you are playing again. If he dies, then it is back to the beginning. You keep your experience, and gold though.

There are continuation points in Abyss Odyssey. They require camp coins which are extremely expensive to purchase. What does that mean? You will need to one shot the entire abyss dungeon. Which will unlock more content that can be randomly placed in the game.

Journal pages can be found in the abyss. I suggest your family refrains from reading them. I am an adult, and a few of them made me feel like throwing up. They are that gross, twisted, and disgusting. You may even want to leave them where you find them.

Abyss Odyssey gets boring the first play through. Constantly having to fight these monsters is tedious at best. What makes it worse is Ace Team made them intelligent. They love getting behind you and attacking. Plus they are very skilled at blocking, and hitting you. I groaned every time I had to fight these things. It was even worse when I had to play a monster.

I like the exploration aspects of Abyss Odyssey. I also liked seeing how the levels were randomly generated. The violence and nudity are issues families are going to have with Abyss Odyssey. The sick and twisted journal pages is another issue - and one the ESRB forgot to mention.
- Sam


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: PC/Xbox 360/PS3(tested)
Publisher: Atlus
Developer: Ace Team
Rating: ‘T' - Teen for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Partial Nudity, Violence}

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