Medieval Dynasty (PS5)

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Medieval Dynasty (PS5)

Medieval Dynasty (PS5)

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Doing so will help you level up faster and it is a decent way to tutorialize the mechanics, but the game won’t force you to follow the story. Walking up the hills and looking down the different parts of the valley, or walking through the forest, looking for prey, or just going from town to town is a great visual experience. Following a PC reflex I did go into the setting to try and play around with the graphic settings, but being on PS5, there wasn’t much I could do to fix that.

At the same time, the survival elements are mostly explained through actually completing quests, which serve as a tutorial of sort. Before they came up with the patches which changed the npcs, I would give 10/10 but after that patch, it's kinda annoying and made the game by far harder. Sound is good, the music is mostly tranquil and well done for a long, mostly relaxing session of city-building from the ground.Begin with the simplest things for your own survival like hunting and farming as well as building yourself a home.

I mentioned the earlier problem with the lack of swimming character animation, it really should have been implemented as it feels somewhat lazy from the developers to not have this included. Unless you decide to interact with anyone else, the first person you would encounter and strike a conversation with would be the castellan who will give you your first set of quests, provides a bit of exposition by explaining to you that you can just take any piece of land you want to start your own town, and reminding you that you are on the hook for taxes to the king.The way these are structured and presented makes it feel at times like the game wants you to treat it as an RPG, but if you do, the survival elements get in the way and you may feel like you are dropping the ball on the quest. Speaking of menus, when dealing with the game’s actual menu and its submenus, and not with the radial menus during gameplay, it felt to me like the layers ran a bit too deep and navigation could take a while to get used to.

It’s been brought up that the white on white approach the game has doesn’t really work all that well. A wooden axe will be your first craftable item, allowing you to cut down trees and make everything you need to start building. So if you were close to the deer you were hunting and didn’t realize that you are no longer crouching when moving, you will make noise and the deer will run away.

You can sometimes get more than what you can handle in Medieval Dynasty, or it can at least feel like it at first when getting started. The character models were also a bit uninspired, with only a handful of designs repeating over and over again. Luckily you can turn off carry capacity in the settings, even though i usually love inventory management. Interactive environment with trees to fell, various fruit to pluck, stones to collect, caves to explore and many more.

Meaning you have to grind to unlock them, then travel back to your village every time your item breaks since your carry capacity is so tiny.With time, you will demonstrate many talents, become a leader of your community, and create a prosperous dynasty for generations to come. If you’ve ever played a top-down city-building strategy and/or resource management game, and have said something along the lines of “What is this villager doing? From being alone, inexperienced and poor you will develop into a master of many skills, a leader of your community and the founder of a prosperous dynasty which is meant to last and prosper for generations to come. Worse, the cost of blueprints needed to unlock the crafting means you will be poor right up until the endgame arrives. Currently, I would go as far as to say Medieval Dynasty is the best graphics for its genre on the PlayStation 5.



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