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Victory at Hebron




Victory at Hebron 


All of this persecution for the name of Jesus Christ got me thinking recently. There are numerous wonderful games that have sat on the shelf waiting for us to review them. Victory at Hebron on the Personal Computer is one of them. For too long we neglected this card battling video game. That error is being corrected right now. Victory at Hebron is not officially rated by any organization. It does say for ages 7 & Up on the back of the box.

I am not a card battler. So I was at an immediate disadvantage playing Victory at Hebron on the PC. I try to understand the different phases, and cards; but for some reason I end up confused. The more I battled in Victory at Hebron the more I started to get it. Which is nice since card battling is the core main game play mechanic in Victory at Hebron. There are also puzzles that grant the player power items that are helpful in the card battles.

The music and voice acting in Victory at Hebron is top notch. I adore the music in Victory at Hebron. It is better than what most gamers hear in Zelda video games. It is a shame too few gamers have been able to experience it. I hope my review corrects that, and more gamers take an interest in purchasing and playing Victory at Hebron on the Personal Computer.

The art work is nice, and I like the town look and layout. The characters are a bit stiff in their animations. This is an older game so I expected it. The graphics on the cards looks really neat. I really enjoyed seeing the artists representation of the various historical figures from the Holy Bible. The town in Victory at Hebron is also really huge. It takes time to walk around and find the five different bosses that need to be beaten to access the temple.

I wish Victory at Hebron had been a bit more clear about what to do, and where to go. I actually wandered all the way to the temple at first. Thankfully I saved right after starting so I did not have to walk back. I loaded that save to avoid that long walk back. Victory at Hebron teaches wonderful Bible lessons and history. I would love to see more games like Victory at Hebron in the near future.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Brethren Entertainment
Developer: Cactus Game Design
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated (Ages 7 & Up)

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