Genre: Role-Playing (RPG)
Perspective: Behind view
Gameplay: Action RPG
Published by: 3DO Company
Developed by: 3DO Company
Platform: PlayStation (PSX, PS1)
You play as Alleron who is charged with a crime he did not commit. Publicly convicted, he is marked as guilty with a special mask. This mask is not simple and is a kind of stigma of guilt, allowing the monsters of the protagonist to find wherever he is hiding. Most of the time, Alleron runs through the dungeons and tunnels where he is cast down, setting the heat to its inhabitants. Sometimes this action is tiring, because the dungeons are pretty monotonous and it's easy to get lost in them. Alleron has a good arsenal and magic spells at his disposal. From time to time you have to solve simple puzzles, which boil down to finding something in order to discover something.
- The game was published for PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Color, but the versions have a number of significant differences. Accordingly, the GBA version is made in 2D and has a different plot from the others. The version for the first PlayStation is recognized as the most balanced and interesting.
- The game was planned to be published for PC in November 2000. The work was 50% complete when the release was canceled. The PC version follows the storyline of the PlayStation 2 version.
- Initially, the game was created as a sequel to Crusaders of Might and Magic, but since the Crusaders did not sell very well, the developers decided to make a slightly different game. However, the continuity of the series has been preserved by the enemies represented in the game and the choice of spells.
- Early screenshots of the game indicate that the game was originally intended to be executed in first person, but this idea had to be abandoned under pressure from the company's management.