PC - Windows
Ash of Gods: Redemption
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About this game
Content Rating: Teen
Ash of Gods is a mix between a roguelike role-playing visual novel and an online turn-based strategy game. This is a story intending to show all the complexity and ambiguity of moral choice. Good people often become rascals while inhumans behave more human-like than humans. This is the story of “angels” who after being given free will turned the life of humans into hell in the absence of a god. This is a novel that shows you that no conflict has a right or a wrong side because even your enemies have mothers and children.
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- OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia 9xxx / ATI 2xxx
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 5 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX9 Compatible
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I think my time with Ash of Gods: Redemption was well spent, despite getting a very cryptic bad ending to the story. The writing was stellar and the world was super interesting. I hope to see more of it. While a bit of swearing at times felt out of place and I didn’t really like the combat system, the fact that I was allowed to experience this story without having to engage with a system I didn’t like or understand was nice and something I hope more games include.
If you’ve got a very specific Ralph Bakshi craving, you could do worse than Ash of Gods: Redemption. It’s not a bad game, it’s just too similar to a better one. If you haven’t played Banner Saga and its sequel, you’d be much better off getting those. If you have and are desperately awaiting the third game in the trilogy (as I am), think of Ash of Gods as janky fan fiction. It might hold you over for a while.
If you’re going to clone a unique, yet flawed game like The Banner Saga, it’s crucial that you significantly improve the experience in some way. Ash of Gods: Redemption doesn’t, replicating its inspiration’s problems, but not its singular vision. Ironically, folks who have never played The Banner Saga will get the most out of this glorified fangame – those who have will likely find Ash of Gods a gray, lifeless imitation.