Opaline: 2 Fates 1 Love PC

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  • Summary: Gallow is a young boy that nothing pre-destined to become a True Knight, one of the world's most treasured titles. When he is summoned by the Crusaders and forced to leave his village of Hermon, the pain of losing a friend is too hard for Liza to endure, and she can't resist the urge toGallow is a young boy that nothing pre-destined to become a True Knight, one of the world's most treasured titles. When he is summoned by the Crusaders and forced to leave his village of Hermon, the pain of losing a friend is too hard for Liza to endure, and she can't resist the urge to secretly follow him. But when a legendary monster attacks them both at night, she realizes that she, like Gallow, may also have more in her than meets the eye. Can the two of them have what it takes to preserve the world from the rise of the Blight?

    Play Opaline and discover what awaits Gallow and Liza!

    FEATURES:

    - Visible monsters and mouse control
    - Play two split parties with their own characters and inventory
    - Find numerous Secret Rooms in dungeons
    - Explore and collect up to 14 relics
    - Help people on your way and complete the many sidequests the game has to offer
    - Pick one mode among three (easy-normal-hard) to fit your playing style - an Aldorlea signature
    - Discover Gallow and Liza's destiny - can they end up together when their fates seem to pull them apart?
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  1. Dec 29, 2012
    10
    After a slightly slow start, the picked up and got my full attention.

    I don't want to give the story away, but for much of the game you are
    After a slightly slow start, the picked up and got my full attention.

    I don't want to give the story away, but for much of the game you are in control of 2 quite separate teams, with different skills and opponents. This helped keep things 'fresh' throughout. No endless hacking away at the same old foes you've seen for the last hour. It also gave the opportunity for a greater variety of location to visit, so the maps were varied.

    There are 3 difficulty levels to choose from; secret rooms to find, side quests, lots of goodies to find if you explore, and varied gameplay. There's also a (very detailed) Guide for anyone who wants it.

    Good length, and with plenty of replay value.
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