Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan Crack/Patch

Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan Aurion is an epic action RPG set in a wonderful African Fantasy world with a unique, open and dynamic fighting gameplay.

Download Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1110
Genre Action, General, Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Kiro'o Games / Kiro'o Games

Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan reviews ( 3 )

StCamus, May 7, 2016

Que dire de Aurion, si ce n'est que ce jeu est grand, maturé et imaginé pendant plus de dix ans, il deborde de bonnes idées, nous plonge dans une ambiance Africa Fantasy envoûtante. L'histoire du jeune couple royal de Zama exilé de leur terre natale est poignante, drôle, touchante et aborde des sujets très délicats mais sans jamais tomber dans la mièvrerie. Un véritable vent de fraîcheur culturelle et graphique avec sa touche colorée, et un chara-design exceptionnel. Pour ce qui est de l'ambiance sonore et de la bande son rien à redire, les Musiques qui accompagnent votre périple ont un caractère très africains avec une touche de moderne ce qui rend la chose homogène et agréable. Je passe rapidement sur le système de combat qui est très bon avec son système proche d'un Tales Of, il procure beaucoup de fun, le système de fusion d'aurion rend les combats encore plus jouissifs. Rajoutez à ça le staff de Kiro'o Games qui fait un travail remarquable, qui sont d'une rare écoute en plus ils se payent le lux d'être adorable ! Ce jeu est un très bon jeu quelques imperfections mais merde on s'en fout c'est un petit studio Camerounais qui nous pond une perle à ne rater sous aucun prétexte. Sur ce je retourne à Isao boire un verre de Matango ! Aurionique le destin de Zama est entré vos mains !

ImpEmissary, Jul 16, 2016

I really enjoyed Aurion:LotK-O. The story took some really interesting turns and I really enjoyed learning about the lore of how its world came to be. In fact, the story about how the first Goddess created everyone may be my favorite of that kind of story. It was neat how every conflict in the game had its origin in an existential crisis and how the characters dealt with said crisis decided what side they'd be on. All that and the choices they made with a story that is generally kind of played out make for an interesting experience that actually made me think on it for some time after. As for the gameplay, it's a side scrolling beat em up that’s like a mix between the fighting in Avatar: Last airbender/Legend of Korra and Dragon Ball. It starts off a bit simple but gets more depth as you get more abilities and run into different enemies. Some Aurions (the powers to use elemental energy based on your “feelings”) are tied to the story, so you have to wait to get them, but some you can unlock yourself later in the game by combining during battles. All that said, there are a few issues with the game. Some of the mechanics of the leveling up system weren’t made completely clear, or even mentioned. It wasn’t hard to figure them out, but if you’re not paying attention you may miss a few things. For example, the way you level up your characters vs their Aurions is completely different. Enzo and Erine’s abilities level up the more you use them, not by defeating enemies, while the experience points just increase their level, and you can feed both of them food from your inventory to fill up a meter that will let you put bonus points into their Health, Action Points, or Stamina. On the writing side of things, until you’re familiar with all the names of the Island you’ll be a bit lost when people are talking about this and that place. Also the English translation has a few issues. Nothing too big but there are a lot of errors in the text. Things being written in odd ways, too much spacing between words and punctuation, or there not being a space between a couple of words. Luckily, these issues don’t pop up much during important parts of the story, but it is a little polishing thing the devs need to work on. They also did this thing were whenever the characters are talking about people advancing, getting ahead in life, or bettering themselves, they often use the word Evolve in place of those phrases. I’m not sure if this is an issue in translation or if this was done on purpose to be a thing people in this world just say as a common phrases. Thought it was worth a mention though. Ultimately, this game gave me a pretty good story that explored existential issues through fighting with the elements, and some really good gameplay that kept me busy for a good while. All for a lot less than what a lot of games are asking. I look forward to seeing what else Kiro’o Games make and I fully recommend Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan to anyone who enjoys side scrolling beat em ups. 9 out of 10.

tchekjunior, May 2, 2016

"Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is a game that should be played because it extends itself into an epistemological paradigm that no other game has dared to venture: African Fantasy. Its other commendable merits of resplendent environments, captivating story, and adept gameplay are complimentary, but secondary to the fact that this game's very existence is (gaming) history."