Black Book” is a dark RPG Adventure, based on Slavic myths, in which you play as a young sorceress. Fight evil forces in card-based battles and explore the world, where humans live alongside mythological creatures.Lead a Demonic Flock Send demons to do your bidding, but be careful – idle demons will torture you if you don’t find them something to do! Myths and legends Explore a world based on Northern Slavic mythology. Learn from an in-game encyclopedia, created with the help of expert anthropologists – and find all folk tales hidden within the game! But there’s good reason to replay: while you will get the same linear journey each time, the details of how you played are important. Which characters were by your side, who’s alive and not, who shows up later at a bonfire; the game never lets you forget that your actions had consequences, both good and bad. Black Book delivers. It’s fair to say in gaming, I’ve gotten used to being unable to sock it to some jerk boss, or conceivably unconquerable foe, with the game handling their demise in some other way. In Black Book, you’re always given the chance to say: nah, your deal sucks, not compromising, time to die. The player’s reward is a tough boss battle that also fits thematically with the boss; all I will say is Chapter 7’s bosses were some of the more memorable boss fights I’ve had in years. They were entirely optional and allowed me to skip a short set of trials. The ending also delivered. I’ll admit by 35 hours my interest was starting to wane, but I was absolutely hooked with the end sequence of chapter 6 and beyond.
Black Book is a narrative card-battling/deck-building game based in Russian Slavic folklore. You play Vasilisa, a young woman whose lover has died. She seeks to break all seven seals of the black book in order to make a wish to bring him back, as legend tells she can. I spent 43 hours completing the game. The Good Black Book does a great job of presenting Slavic folklore to the player. The proper Russian words are used for many elements: the zagavor, the izba, chorts, rusalka, banya; these are words I’ll remember, and it was good for the developers to stay true to the roots. I never felt like I was confused by the usage of these words, or traditions that were evident on-screen. It was clear that the developers spent a lot of time researching lore and mythology. Black Book isn’t the type of game for the player to skip dialogue. You’re often presented with questions and riddles that test your knowledge of the mythology, and everything they’ll ask has been delivered to you prior. The book contains entries for anything you’ve learned, given as you learned them. I read every entry; the ones in the final chapter are some you don’t want to miss. The game is surprisingly long. I typically trust How Long To Beat and go by the completionists’ reported times. I played on hard difficulty and typically took my time, exploring “every nook and cranny” as I always do. I clocked in over 8 hours more than the other completionists.
A fusion of card-based RPGs and Adventure games, “Black Book” is a haunting tale of a young sorceress, who gave her life to serve the dark forces. Dive into the cold, yet alluring world of Slavic folktales – and uncover the secrets that hide in the darkness. A young girl named Vasilisa, destined to become a witch, decides to throw her fate away and marry her beloved – but that dream is shattered when her betrothed dies under mysterious circumstances. Aching for her lost love, Vasilisa seeks out the Black Book – a demonic artifact, said to be powerful enough to grant any wish to the one who uncovers all 7 of its seals. Join Vasilisa in her adventures across the rural countryside, as she solves the woes of common folk by confronting demons and performing exorcisms.
Unleash hellish spells on your enemies! Collect spell cards and new skills as you progress.
Solve riddles and complete side-quests as you learn more about life in the Slavic countryside.
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