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  • Summary: Designed in a series of several episodes meant to be released every four months, the first chapter of this addictive new saga will thrill and move players with its epic breath and beautifully developed characters. Fans of the Aldorlea signature will be pleased to know that what made the past games exciting and unique experiences has been kept and polished in this new adventure. Expand
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  1. Feb 1, 2014
    Got this one in a bundle, very good game, surprisingly long even by roleplaying game standards. Characters a bit different from the usual formula too.
  2. Mar 19, 2013
    First in a series of five games (the fifth is due out in the near future), Millennium: A New Hope starts the heroine, the feisty optimist Marine, on her quest to save the common folk of Myst. As the previous reviewer stated, the player chooses the difficulty level, the encounter rate, guided or non-guided paths, and, later in the game, a special skillset for Marine. As well, the player can pursue a pretty long list of sidequests, including a variety of boss fights (one of which is the most difficult I've encountered in an RPG!), or simply follow the main quest from beginning to end and still have a great time. The mapping is very high quality, the scenery gorgeous in places, but I think one of the game's greatest attributes is the characters. They're beautifully drawn, surprisingly engaging, and are, in my opinion, what makes the game unique. It's a common plot, saving the world, but told in a fresh way with plenty of humor. Definitely a fun game for anyone who enjoys old school RPG. Expand
  3. Feb 20, 2013
    Millennium (A New Hope) by Aldorlea Games
    A game I got from a bundle and that ended up being an excellent RPG all-around.
    Takes about 20
    hours to complete, has several modes of difficulty. Even allows you to set your own parameters for encounter system and rate, which is a very nice and innovative gameplay feature.
    Characters are really well rendered and the production values are quite high for an indie game.