Ahriman's Prophecy is one of the best console style role playing games ever made with the RPGmaker engine. Graphics, music and sounds are well made and the world you have to explore is really huge. Of course there is lots of fighting and some (senseless) running around to level up before the next big quest, but that's part of the concept (and of the genre) and it never gets boring.
The story is interesting (but not without clichés) and very epic. You start as a young teenage girl in a small village that soon has to fight for the destiny of the world and to prevent an old dark prophecy. But of course you have friends that will help you on your quest.
Expect many hours of gameplay (developer says 50+ but it took me more than hundred to solve the game), lots of sidequests, tons of enemies, weapons and magical skills. To put it briefly: Expect quality entertainment for a very long time!
Drasir-Vel : I did save in different slots at regular intervals, so i should have the one you need.
Edit: Here is one where you have all six relics. You have visited Mysten Far, and Gevolda has been acting suspicious, so your current quest is to find something that can reveal the truth about her. Your ship is at the Candor harbour if i remember correctly.
This also happens to be just before i was going to marry Devin and Alicia
Pater Alf : Yes, would be great if anyone has that and could send it to me. I was never in the mood to play the whole game again just to see the final battle and the end sequence.
Chroelle : I wonder if PA is still in need of that savefile?
Drasir-Vel : I just played through this game again. And i'm thinking about making another try on completing Aveyond 1 and 2. Last time i stopped playing after getting somewhat far in Aveyond 2.
Pater Alf : Has anyone played the game and happens to have a savefile after getting the "mirror of truth" (just before the final fight against Lord Zorom)? My game crashed at this point and made my savefile unusable .
So if you can help me, please write a PM...
eMTe : If youve ever played FF6, Chrono Trigger or Laxius Power you should feel like at home. Brilliant graphics, great sound, tons of subquests and well-written story.
It is hard to put this game in particular genres. It is the classic board game of Othello played by putting wallpaper up on a scaffolding. The game is not turnbased, but has a hectic pace and lots of fun. It gets hard pretty fast, and you will find yourself hammering away on your keyboard to try and complete the levels as you go along. The reason this didn't score higher is simply because there are so many extremely excellent games out there with... (read more)