Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone Crack/Patch

Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone In Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, the player directs a party of three characters ? Fighter, Sorcerer and Rogue. The player controls one party member at a time -- switching between them on the fly -- while the other party members are controlled by the engine?s sophisticated artificial intelligence. For example, when the player controls the Fighter, the Sorcerer and Rogue will continue to engage in combat, cast spells and assist the player in defeating all challengers. In many situations, the characters will be able to divide and conquer difficult objectives ? while the Fighter holds back a horde of Yuan-Ti snakemen with brute force, the Sorcerer supports him with devastating ranged magic while the rogue sneaks above and behind them for a coup de grace. The player participates seamlessly in each critical moment as they are cinematically switched from one perspective to another. This real-time, on-the-fly character switching design allows Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone to challenge players with innovative and compelling encounters. In true D&D fashion, each of the characters excels at a certain type of gameplay. The Fighter thrives in melee combat, the Sorcerer is excellent at ranged and magical combat and the Rogue excels at jumping, sneaking and disarming traps. Players will be continually tasked with choosing the best character for each challenge as well as using each character?s gameplay specialty to maximum effect. [Atari]

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
6.6
Downloads 584
Genre Action, Beat-'Em-Up, 2D
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Atari , Atari SA / Stormfront Studios

Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone reviews ( 2 )

MNRGM, Oct 4, 2016

I got this game used for € 3, and the game is good worth the money. I'm at 1/3 of the story and while it's nothing like Diablo or Dragon Age, I especially like the D&D character leveling between each chapter. It seems like in the end you'll be able to get the best of stuff anyhow, but so far I still have to choose what to pick - choose a +X weapon or rather a bonus defence and skills? Thumbs up for that tiny boardgame feeling brought to the computer! :3

CooterPatooter, Mar 22, 2012

While unskippable cut scenes and repetition keep this title from being great, it's still worth a quick play through. There were many moments of true epic-ness throughout the game's 10 mission campaign that left me just interested enough to put up with the average-ness of everything else.