Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny Revised Crack/Patch

Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny Revised Developed by Austrian developer Crafty Games, Realms of Arkania - Blade of Destiny is a one-to-one remake of the 1992 original, adored by a generation of Role Players and one of the most successful German RPG's of the 1990's. Get ready to return to Thorwal, one of the oldest cities of Aventurien. Make sure your wits are sharpened before walking down the small alleys of Thorwal and Prem, and prepare to stop the Orcisch threat while creating a mighty alliance between nations.

Download Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny Revised Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 20 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1772
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Company / Developer
The Role Playing Company / Crafty Studios

Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny Revised reviews ( 7 )

Hindro, Oct 15, 2015

It has been a while since this game got playable and since than some major patches where released. The patchlevel is now 1.36 they added some Free-DLCs and an active Community has build several great MODs to extend the playing experience. It has evolved to a new game that is great fun to play if you like former pen&paper RPGs.

Wizzsama, Jul 31, 2013

Eight. Game is still beta and not so good, which expected from "indie genre". So I don't recomend to play it right now. But I give it +3 for the "good old times" of the good old trilogy and +5 for the frustration of modern players. It's quite amusing to hear about "unplayable hardcore"

sperril, Apr 4, 2016

This is a re-rating after the fixes the devs have done. I think we have a playable game on our hands now. Most of the nasty bugs have been fixed. The game is brutally difficult in a good way. A wrong move could wipe out your party, but risk taking can also result in ample rewards. True to their word, the developers stuck with this game and fixed it up. They even threw in a free DLC for our patience. I wouldn't go as far as to say it's a good game. But it is definitely no longer a disaster.

Tachikoma, Apr 13, 2018

I bought this on a whim and on the declaration that this was a much-loved PC classic with so much wonderful gameplay. Paid £40 ($60) for it on PSN and it was (and still is) one of the worst game I have played this decade. I also see that the suggestion of it being a much-loved PC game is rubbish too as it was very poorly received and on this point I contacted Sony for a refund due to false advertising but it was inevitably refused as I'd already downloaded the game, sucks. Don't make the mistake I is horrific.

TessDeMontfort, Nov 9, 2013

You can score a game, but to be completely fair, you should score the developers and company too. You can take game design, planning, execution into consideration, but you can also take customer service and loyalty to one's fanbase as a concern. All of these things add up to make a great title. This Realms of Arkania remake and Crafty Studios both earn a zero out of ten. It's easier than you think to please fans of an old classic. Treat our world with the same enthusiasm we did in the old days, and don't insult us by pulling us in with pretty screenshots, only to find early 3D models from the late 1990's. You need only load up the game to see just how little these people wanted to make this game. Remember games like Rune, or the first Quake? Imagine if you could make the 3D models look *worse*. Take every character, bloat their arms out to the side. Make sure nobody changes facial expressions. If you can imagine that, you're on your way to imagining this miserable failure. Improvements to the game have addressed some bugs while leaving the most glaring ones alone. Already nice scenery was polished in updates, leaving the horrible 3D character models in towns to whip at the air with stiff hands and the same grimaced faces. Report a bug on the forum like the fact that much of the system dialogue for the English version is still in German and be ignored. And customer service. Sign up for the forum, helpfully post bugs that any basic QA check would find, and be ignored for your trouble, or worse, banned randomly with "anti-spam filter" as an excuse. Repeated appeals to their website administrator deliver the most profound silence. You're banned for no reason at all! Maybe they didn't like your screen name. Maybe they didn't like your nationality. You certainly didn't violate the terms of service. If you were an early purchaser and someone who waited faithfully for this game to improve, you may find yourself at the outcast end of some childish hipster clique. And you thought it was a group of RPG fans. This remake has failed so completely that it's not even deserving of the name, and while I hate saying it, Crafty Studios deserves every ounce of their pathetic disgrace. You can only insult your fans for so long. They should find themselves a new line of work. Let game designers make video games.

omi, Jul 31, 2013

not playable. not much to say about it. prealpha game. I always break my word on no preorder rule! what is wrong with me:( I give chance to every turn based game out there, and I cant stay hyped with a new one comes out. But I never expected steam would allow such a low quality game on sale. At least I ll be not preordering any game from steam for some time hopefully longer this time.

masc, Aug 1, 2013

Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny made by Crafty Studios has been released in a state most would call alpha at its best! As if that is not bad enough Crafty Studios and their lead developer for that game Christian Weinmüllner aka Chris Firefox insist the game is nearly finished and needs just a few small fixes and act as if all the complaining customers are just people who can not be satisfied. They are telling them things like "We are sorry that you are not satisfied" implying that as if it can be of question to be unsatisfied with this horrid peace of a game. A few days before the official release they even would tell worried customers in Germany who got the game early that with the day one patch everything would be fine lying them strait into the face. Now they are telling people that they ran into unexpected problems when they worked on the day one patch and that this would be the reason for the problems. A strait lie again. For example a few days before the release most of the spells weren't even implemented! This was found out by the customers who got the game early and later confirmend by the lead developer Christian Weinmüllner in their forums. I call that behavior evil. Do not get that game!