With a story born from a Dungeons & Dragons campaign, The Great Gaias offers a thrilling RPG experience with over 60 hours of main story, a city to build, and items to craft. Adventurers will likely feel right at home in this land of cults, ancient prophecies, and roguish heroes. Whenever you’re not working to build your own city, that is.
A band of sellswords finds themselves caught up in a treacherous journey when taking on a contract from the royal family. Unfortunately, this contract puts a group of sellswords in the middle of an ancient prophecy that will lead to danger and turn-based battles.
What’s a great adventure without a large group of companions? The Great Gaias appreciates that if you want a good story, you need good characters – specifically, 17 of them (that are playable!). You’ll be able to craft your own strategies with this cast and take on hidden bosses that offer some additional challenges. There’s tons of optional activities that enhance the experience, and since the game has multiple endings, you may find yourself wanting to delve into a little bit of each in order to secure the best ending, or just hopping back in to continue tinkering with your own city.
Surely an RPG to tickle the nostalgia of RPG fans from the SNES era, The Great Gaias is worth a roll of the dice.