- Publisher: PlayEveryWare
- Release Date: May 12, 2017
- Also On: 3DS, PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, Wii U
8-bit retro adventure game inspired by Zelda 2 and Megaman. Discover the endless secrets on Urele Island!
Elliot can't diebut he's still running out of time. In Elliot Quest, the victim of a rare curse must find a cure before he's transformed into a demon. After Elliot's wife8-bit retro adventure game inspired by Zelda 2 and Megaman. Discover the endless secrets on Urele Island!
Elliot can't diebut he's still running out of time. In Elliot Quest, the victim of a rare curse must find a cure before he's transformed into a demon.
After Elliot's wife disappears, he falls sick and attempts to take his own life--only to discovers that he can't die. Plagued by nightmares and growing weaker by the day, Elliot seeks out a local Sage, who tells him that he's the victim of a rare curse. A demon called a Satar is slowly consuming Elliot's vitality. If Elliot can't find a cure to the curse before it's too late, he will become a Satar. His only hope is to ask for the help of one of the island's Guardians, who have kept the Satar from taking over Urele.
Explore a vibrant open-world filled with hidden secrets and mysterious Guardians that can help cure Elliot's curse of immortality. Throughout this adventure you'll collect countless abilities and spells, quest through 5 dungeons and defeat 16 unique bosses along your way to unlocking multiple endings.
Miiverse Integration and Stamps
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- Developer: PlayEveryWare
- Genre(s): Action, Adventure, General, Platformer, Metroidvania
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Positive: 0 out of 2
Mixed: 2 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
May 16, 2017For some, this will be the Holy Grail of retro gaming, and if you are one of them, you’ll want to follow Elliot on a trip down memory lane.
May 16, 2017Despite the quality aesthetics and cool Zelda II-inspired game structure, Elliot Quest is a hard game to recommend. The stubborn refusal to explain anything is just one of many obnoxious design decisions that distance the player from the game. I normally love this style of game, but even I gave up in annoyance after a while. If you like old school games and can stomach deliberately obscure design, maybe you'll enjoy this one more than I did.