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We play a young man in Beast Quest who is on a mission to save Avantia from an evil warlock. This evil warlock has cursed the Four Beasts. A good mage comes to our aid as our quest begins. It is so easy to mock Beast Quest on so many levels. The graphics are outdated, the storyline is cliched, and the voice acting is laughable. I looked beyond the superficial problems with Beast Quest.

The Beast Quest video game attaches itself to the books. Fans of the books may get into the video game. We have two attacks, one defense, and a build up of both attacks for a more powerful one. We can also dodge left and right to avoid getting hit in most instances. There are battles in narrow areas where we can not move around. We see the enemies on the screen and can only avoid them by going around.

The issues families will have with Beast Quest are violence, magic, bad attempts at humor and more. There are plenty of quests for us to do in Beast Quest. There are also plenty of chests to open. The one issue with the chests is we need one key per chest. This means I left plenty of chests never opened. Which is fine since most of them just gave me a small amount of gold.

As we battle in Beast Quest we earn skill points. Those can be redeemed for better magical attacks, and improvements on the characters stats. This is really light in Beast Quest. I learned to move around a lot in the battles to avoid taking any damage. Families can skip through the cut scenes if they so desire. I did at times because the plot lines are predictable.

After I finished laughing at Beast Quest quite a bit I started noticing something. This home console role playing video game has charm. Sure it only lasts for around six hours. Beast Quest is lighter on the offensive content than most action adventure role playing games. I kept coming back to Beast Quest because for some reason I enjoyed working my way through the game.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Maximum Games
Developer: Torus Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}

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