Set in a faraway fantasy land, a young man must go on a journey to try and make a living.
He applies for a job as a cook in a local tavern, but soon after, destiny leads him to something much more great.
Will he succeed and become a great warrior? Find out in this beautiful fantasy game called The Will of Endreon.
It’s a big day for our young MC. He is set on a journey to a different village to find a woman there and become a cook in the tavern. What he thought would be an interesting job turns out to be something far less than that. His boss, Mr. Korvin, doesn’t want to hear about MC’s hopes and dreams and explains that he will be nothing more than a helper in the kitchen. His daughter, Autumn, is off limits, and he grumpily gives him his first task. From now on, I will refer to MC as Noah, but you can change that name at the beginning of the game.
Noah has to deliver some food to a Keheshi sanctuary up in the mountains. This journey will take him half a day, but he has no choice and complies. First, Noah meets Autumn at the food stand. He is immediately struck by her beauty, and it seems like she has taken a liking to him too. She gives him the basket he is supposed to deliver to the sanctuary, and he is soon walking up into the mountains.
This is a game full of twists and turns. I was expecting Noah to come to the sanctuary and for the action to happen somewhere in the village, but the writers wasted no time in making this story interesting. What you need to know about the story is that this land wasn’t always filled with luxuriant forests and vast nature. It was once a land full of horrors and war, and the man who bravely stopped that and brought peace to the world was called Endreon. No one really knows what Endreon really was or where he disappeared after the peace, but he is known as the bearer of peace in all realms. He was a Keheshi warrior who defeated the Crepens, an organization that was responsible for all the horrors that were happening before.
Just as Noah was beginning to ascend to the Keheshi sanctuary, he was stopped by cries for help. Noah comes face to face with a dying Minotaur, a creature he thought was long extinct. The Minotaur painfully explains that it was his duty to warn the Keheshi of the rise of Aranathas, but he was stopped by a Crepen assassin in Rom, and that it is now Noah’s duty to inform the Keheshi. On a lighter note, not everything in this game is fixed around this serious business Noah is suddenly burdened with, but you can also enjoy some beautiful scenery and find out more about the characters you meet.
Once in the sanctuary, you faint and are awoken by a beautiful warrior elf named Karea and a young warrior named Milos. They explain the story of Endreon, and you soon find out that the world you have been living in isn’t really what you thought. It is filled with a sleeping danger and magic, but you can find out more in the game.
I just want to tell you a couple of things (and try not to spoil too much). First, Noah (well, actually the MC) is not just an ordinary guy; his fate is something different than being a cook in the tavern, and he later on sets out on a journey with two Keheshi warriors, a beautiful blonde girl named Nia, and a guy whose name is Endrick. Before you go, you have one more chance to spend some time with Autumn. Here, you, as the player, can decide what you want to do and whether you want to have a bit of fun before your voyage.
That’s all for now; I don’t want to spoil your experience.
Oh my, first of all, the visuals are beautiful! I love the scenery and the world-building. It looks like someone has put a lot of effort into even the smallest details, and there are lots of animations. You can see various creatures like elves, centaurs, minotaurs, goblins, orcs, and even a dragon, and it is all beautifully done. Some scenes where the MC is talking to someone, or, ahem, having some alone time with Autumn, look so realistic that I was really impressed. I love how much work and detail the developer has put into the game. It was a really great experience.
This is a visual novel where you do get some options. I really like the story and the writing; as I’ve already mentioned, the renders and animations are absolutely magically done, and I’ve enjoyed every second of playing it. You get a solid 45 minutes of gameplay, which is great for the first episode.
All in all, the MC is, in my opinion, an average guy who is suddenly pushed into something he could never imagine, but stays cool in the process. He is a likeable character, and it makes the gameplay better. It probably enables him to have more opportunities with the girls, which is a good thing when you are playing.
Uh, oh, what to say! Curley likes! I love everything from the scenery to the dialogues. I think the characters are beautiful; there is so much detail in everything. The story is original and well developed, and I can’t wait to see how it progresses. If the game were voiced, it would probably be even better for playing.
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I know I am a sucker for fantasy themes, but I was really disappointed a lot of times. This time, I was pleasantly surprised and can say that I will happily follow the future updates for this game.
I can’t wait to see more of this awesome game.
- Beautiful renders.
- Great, original story..
- So far, so good.
Curley Pubes is giving you our subjective review and opinion about the game The Will of Endreon.
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