Above: Hey, there it is
Everything else is similar to Hourglass. General layout, sound effects and annotatable maps all return, making any trip through the dungeons a bit easier than the menu surfing required on the console versions. Before long, we were at the boss, a giant flying beetle named Stagnox.
Above: Obviously armored in the front, but his butt is oh so soft
Stagnox flies around trying to swipe at you, and after you’ve stabbed him a few times he’ll take to the air and drop worms down onto the battlefield. We won’t spoil the tactic used to take him down, but remember you have a windmill that can pick up and toss items…
Assuming the train parts are no more obnoxious than sailing, at least. Look for our full review this December.
Nov 6, 2009
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