Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire Crack/Patch

Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire A tactical turn-based RPG, set on a world fallen into a medieval dark age after the collapse of a spacefaring civilization. You must guide Tahira, the 20-year-old princess of Avestan, on the most challenging night of her life as she fights to save her people from the genocidal Astral Empire.

Download Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
6.1
Downloads 592
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, Tactics
Company / Developer
Whale Hammer Games / Whale Hammer Games

Tahira: Echoes of the Astral Empire reviews ( 1 )

iseeall, Jan 19, 2017

A TBS close to Banner Saga both in gameplay and in graphics. Somewhat simplified and too linear but I actually liked it more than Banner Saga, and I didn't like Banner Saga much. The good: - the combat system works well. - great tutorial, you learn the game easily - unique ambush mechanic The so-so: - the graphics are mostly fine, flat 2D with contours, in pale colors, but the faces of characters with strong emotions are unpleasant - i found the story too wordy (and I hate fantasy), but still it's much easier to read than the one in Banner Saga - the combat interface and the unit control could be better. E.g. the diamond-shape menu for actions is too small. Maybe it should have been a separate panel somewhere at the bottom of the screen. Also, mouse-over does nothing. For tooltips you need to select things (did they design this primarily for tablets? Huge fonts of the dialogs suggest that) - no party or resources management which is fine with me but may seem as simplification of Banner Saga by some The bad: - too few unit types with too few special abilities - can't customize units (e.g. can't change their gear, no new abilities as they level up) - the story is linear, your choices in dialogs hardly matter. Basically it's a linear sequence of pre-designed battles, connected by lengthy dialogs and a moving red path along the world map - some of the battles are too alike Quite frankly, it deserves a 6.5, but I'll just round that up to 7. If you like TBS games, buy it, it's pretty solid despite its flaws.