The Huntsman: Winter's Curse for PlayStation 4
PS4

The Huntsman: Winter's Curse

Aug 16, 2016
6.44
playscore
Average
1579th of 5235

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Desert Owl Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Winter is fast approaching as Queen Freya’s army marches relentlessly. Beneath the shadow of that deadly war, Elisabeth’s life on her family’s farm in Vardhelm comes to an abrupt end. Join her to find her missing brothers as you explore The Huntsman: Winter's War universe and encounter both familiar faces and new dangers, all while discovering the secret Elisabeth herself carries in this Adventure RPG.

Gamer Reviews

53 Reviews
7.60

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
5.27
Mark SammutAug 28, 2016
And that actually brings me to the biggest flaw found within The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse. For an RPG, everything is just far too calculated: there is an exact amount of battles you can take part in; villages can only be visited when the story allows; you will be this level when you fight this boss. There is simply no real control over much of anything. Even the dialogue options barely have any impact on the story.
2.00
ChrisSep 15, 2016
The Huntsman: Winter's Curse would have been a much more exciting experience had it had better direction. There are interesting battle mechanics, but they never reach their full potential, and the textboxes describe dramatic scenes, which the characters on-screen fail to act out. Also, most importantly, basic progression through the adventure is hindered by the bugs that will break all but the most persistent of gamers. There was a predicted winter's curse, but many will feel that it has arrived early in this ultimately broken release…
Jade SayersSep 01, 2016
The Huntsman: Winter's Curse's relatively short campaign is a slog, with little variation in the types of enemies presenting themselves. Moreover, the plot is so basic that it offers little in the way of distraction from the terrible mechanics of the game. The only saving grace is that this is an attractive game with its storybook stylisation.

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