surprised that AeternoBlade was given an Everyone Ten years old and
older rating from the ESRB. It feels more like a Thirteen and older only
rating to me. But then the ESRB has some shifting in the sands standards
that Family Friendly Gaming has exposed in the past.
Freyja is the main character in AeternoBlade. She is on a mission to stop Beladim - king of the demons. Stop might be too kind of a word. She wants revenge for what he did to her village. She wants to kill him. Freyja is not a follower of the way. Turning the other cheek is not in her nature.
We meet other characters on the journey like Vernia - who could wear some more clothes over her chest region. She will catch a cold in this wasteland we play in. Carol is a much better character in AeternoBlade. She dresses appropriately and she convinces others to forgive.
AeternoBlade is a hack and slash kind of a game in the side scrolling kind of way. There are some neat aspects to AeternoBlade. Like when you die, you turn a gear back and it rewinds time. That is how players can continue on in AeternoBlade after dying. This is pretty clever, and works amazingly well.
The graphics in AeternoBlade run the full gambit. The cut scenes look really nice. Slicing and dicing many of the same looking characters looks as boring as it sounds. The music in AeternoBlade is nice. I got tired of hearing all the get revenge stuff from the main character.
AeternoBlade is the first Nintendo 3DS game I have played that reminds me of the Blinx video games. The temporal elements of AeternoBlade will help it stand out on this hand held device. There are visual and written clues to help gamers learn the mechanics of AeternoBlade.
- Kid Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Corecell Technology
Developer: Corecell Technology
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone 10+
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