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Leah's Tale

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$ 9.99 USD

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Adventure awaits you in Leah's Tale! In a quiet little village there's a birthday party planned for one special young girl, Leah. With her family and friends around her, Leah has no idea that this day will transform her life forever. She'll make startling discoveries about herself, her identity and the true nature of those around her. From land to high above the world of Estis, you will explore new villages, make new friends and join a story that is far bigger than you would have ever imagine!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 75 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Leah's Tale 4.2 5 14 14
A good entertaining game The game is full of surprise. I really enjoy the storyline. January 6, 2013
Just OK Like many other 2-D Adventure Games 4 Modes ... Easy- Normal -Hard -&- Story In Story Mode your Toonie is Pre-Leveled, with fewer Fights.. Same Quests, but no "Stray" monsters/critters Had to Mute the Music pretty early into the Demo Overall, Nothing New or Special.. I'm passing... December 4, 2012
For a lover of RPG's this is not for me As the title suggests, I love RPG games. This one for me however wasn't that memorable. I played the demo (only the demo) about three hours ago and to be honest, I can already remember very little of the storyline. For those who have played even five mins of the game will undertsand why I think it is strange. Without giving any spoilers away, it does seem like a bazaar storyline. However, it may unfold and become a beautiful tale like many other RPG's did. I'm not particularly fond of any of the characters so far. Leah to me, seems to have no depth and as for some of the other characters you encounter early on, if they were real I would possibly think of giving them a slap round the chops! The gameplay itself is very typical of its kind. Graphics & music are what you would expect, so really, rather average. I played it on story mode (not a great lover of loads of fighting in RPG's, they tend to bore me) and have yet to encounter a villain! For an hours worth of story playing and even on story mode, I find this rather strange. Also considering right at the beginning a guard at a gate states you need a weapon... Little touches like this can annoy me slightly, but that is only a personal opinion. As regular RPG players will know, getting lost often can be a bit of a deal breaker! Unfortunately, that was my deal breaker. I spent a good ten mins trying to find people and then another 10 mins trying to figure out where I was supposed to go! Normally, you have little hints to work out, maybe I missed them, but the demo ended whilst I was lost and due to this I had no interest in continuing. If you are new to RPG's I would not suggest this to start with if you are a regular player, give it a go, but I wouldn't suggest it on story mode. January 2, 2014
Ugh The grafics are terrible, the game play is horrible. Where have the good games gone to. December 5, 2012
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From land, to deep underground, to high above Estis you can adventure with Leah as she makes startling discoveries about herself and the people around her.

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