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A deep, reactive RPG that respects the player's time 0

I don't know that I've ever played an RPG (or game) that reacts to my choices as well as AOD. The idea that every playthrough of a game will be substantially different is often touted as a marketing tool, but AOD actually makes good on its promise. I finished the game with three different characters (merchant, assassin, lore-master), and each time I encountered different questlines, NPCs, even factions. The game is short for an RPG (roughly ten hours) making it very replayable.Its very possib...

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