Game Info:

Towards the Pantheon
Developed by: Connor O.R.T. Linning
Published by: Connor O.R.T. Linning
Released: May 16, 2018
Available on: Windows
Genre: RPG
ESRB Rating: Not rated
Number of players: 1
Price: 7.99

Thank you Connor O.R.T Linning for this game to review!

Towards the Pantheon is a fun RPG (made with RPGmaker) with a cool story and lots of towns to visit. In this game you (the main character's name is Freyja) will meet new party members and battle new monsters. On your journey you will meet a cat named Bam, a cyborg named Mishima, and a ghost named Phenez.

Towards the Pantheon was very entertaining to play, and it introduces the story well. You don't have to pay attention to very many things at once, which makes it easier to play. You walk around, and when you run into a monster, you have to fight it. In a fight, you have to choose between the weapons and attacks you have, and watch the monsters get destroyed by your amazing sword-fighting skills. You start with a sword, an axe, and a bow. The first monsters you will run into are probably going to be ferrets. Ferrets will be seen throughout the story in battles, but of course they get stronger over time. It plays well, and runs smoothly, also.

Towards the Pantheon

Strong Points: Fun
Weak Points: Not very long
Moral Warnings: Violence; mild language; blood and gore

There are some side-quests that you can do, and they all help you in your journey in some way. They are not vital, so you do not have to do them. They just give you some useful items. It is easy to tell if an item you find is a quest item or not. If it is described by what it is and not what it does, then it is a quest item. All of the quests are just delivering an item that someone needs, so you will need to talk to everyone to see who needs it. For example, in the city of Adaperion, where everyone is a cyborg and has a cardiochip instead of a heart, someone tells you that their taste bud levels are getting low. Later on, you will find a chocolate smoothie if you look hard enough. Give it to her, and she will give you a key that you can use near the end.

There are 4 characters that you will meet throughout your adventure. Freyja is the main character, and she is who you will start with. She is an adventurous girl who does not say anything until the very end. Later on you will meet Bam, a silly blue-haired feline who is good with healing spells and cures, but not as good at attacking enemies. A little while after you meet Bam you encounter Mishima. She is found in Adaperion, and you meet her because she challenges you to a battle. After you beat her, you have a talk at her house and she joins you. Mishima can hack in to some doors to let you through, and also can hit more than one enemy at once. Closer to the end, you will meet a ghost named Phenez. Phenez can turn invisible and roam around without getting noticed by guards, and is good at curses and spells.

The music is amazing, and the graphics are supposed to make it look like an old-school RPG. The controls are as expected, and it tells you the controls for the controller and the keyboard.

Towards the Pantheon
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 88%
Gameplay - 18/20
Graphics - 7/10
Sound - 10/10
Stability - 4/5
Controls - 5/5

Morality Score - 73%
Violence - --/10
Language - --/10
Sexual Content - --/10
Occult/Supernatural - --/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical - --/10

There are soldiers called the Sworn Light that are taking over the land. If Freyja doesn't stop them now, then they might enslave everyone. She has to get to the Pantheon and fight the overlord.

There is quite a bit of violence, but it is not too bad. Near the end, though, you will start seeing disembodied parts of soldiers scattered all over the ground, and it is pretty detailed. There is also some mild language (d*mn, h*ll) used throughout the game.

Towards the Pantheon is for anyone who enjoys games with cool story-lines and awesome characters. It is only 10 hours long, but it was probably pretty difficult to make, for an RPGmaker game. The reason I say that is because it is more detailed than most games made with the same software. They did a very good job making it, but there are still a few bugs and glitches.

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