Reliquary v1.3 is finally here! And just like the v1.2, this version of the game will be fully restored and ready to play upon release. I’ve been having a lot of fun with Reliquary ever since I discovered it several months ago. It’s just so nice that a good game gets a second chance. I’m very happy that modders have given me this opportunity to play with one of my most loved MMORPGs.
This is going to be my final Reliquary review. So, what’s in store for me in this game? Will I end up loving it as much as I did on the original release? Or, will I end up disappointed because the game doesn’t live up to the expectations it’s created for me? Well, all these questions are still open, but I’ll give you an accurate summary of the game plan as of now:
The story is about a girl named Alva who becomes lost in an ocean-like town called Reliquary. She’s there because she’s been attacked by creatures from her home, and she desperately needs the help of a Reliquary trainer to get back home before her attackers get her. And so Alva sets out on a daring adventure to get home. Along her journey, she encounters lots of powerful creatures along the way, along with some powerful bosses that will make her stronger than ever.
One of the best parts of Reliquary V1.3 is that you actually get to build your character. Unlike the previous version, where you basically had a few pre-made classes, in this game you have a whole cast of customizable characters including Alva, who you can change into different classes (there’s even one for PvE). These classes include Knight, Scout, Priest, Rogue, dancer. And while each class has only three classes available, these are all quite fun to play and fit well within the game’s overall theme. Each class also comes with its own weapons and armor, which give you more options when choosing equipment and weapons for your character.
But the real meat of Reliquary V1.3 comes from the game’s boss battles. There are nine boss battles in total, and they each give you the chance to level up (provided you’ve done enough quests, of course). They are extremely difficult, but that helps make each fight more engaging, because it feels like you’re really going against someone when you’re fighting them. Plus, the fact that you need to be smart and strategic at all times during battle makes fighting them a challenge in itself.
Reliquary V provides an excellent game for anyone who enjoys role playing or card games. It’s not just mindless action – there’s a lot of thought behind the decisions you make, and the world is filled with cool fantasy locations to explore. Plus, it’s free, so there’s no reason not to give it a try. If you have never played this type of game, I highly recommend giving it a go. You’ll be glad you did!