- Publisher: Lienzo
- Release Date: Mar 10, 2022
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Some things are best left forgotten. Aztech Forgotten Gods is the cyber-stone action-adventure following Achtli, a young woman who battles the colossal Forgotten Gods. To uncover the truth behind her far-future Mesoamerican metropolis, she'll have to turn the Gods' power against them, as sheSome things are best left forgotten. Aztech Forgotten Gods is the cyber-stone action-adventure following Achtli, a young woman who battles the colossal Forgotten Gods. To uncover the truth behind her far-future Mesoamerican metropolis, she'll have to turn the Gods' power against them, as she soars through the city with power and grace.
- Developer: Lienzo
- Genre(s): Action Adventure, General
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Positive: 1 out of 4
Mixed: 2 out of 4
Negative: 1 out of 4
Mar 13, 2022Lienzo delivered a game that feels very different to anything currently on the market. The title has a lot of identity, both in concept and in gameplay. It's fun in combat, but also outside of the main missions when the player is allowed to just fly around. Even if there is not much to discover in the world, it is fun to explore and not many games can brag about that. Aztech Forgotten Gods] is a short game and relatively easy, but very solid and entertaining and great evidence of the potential of video game development in Latin America. I highly recommend the adventure for those who enjoy fast paced action games and have a low tolerance for frustration.
Mar 9, 2022You can criticize a lot about Aztech: Forgotten Gods, but any game that lets you fight colossus with your fists while listening to heavy metal is a good game, no doubt about it.
Mar 9, 2022From the creators of Mulaka we would have sincerely expected more, and yet what the Mexican studio lands with Aztech Forgotten Gods is a missed worthy spiritual successor: a sequel that could have dragged all the charm of Aztec retrofuturism at hypersonic speeds, but which limits itself to re-proposing a decidedly outdated type of game design. Although the intention to build such a peculiar movement system is good, every possible form of playful enthusiasm is dampened in the bud by multiple ripples of a technical nature, as well as by a bite-free progression.
Mar 9, 2022Aztech Forgotten Gods has a great setting, but that doesn't excuse how bad controlling the main character feels.