With the Batora’s sci-fi project Lost Haven, the Stormind Games team offers an all-Italian game that conquers for a fascinating style; a production that is not perfect but that will not struggle to conquer lovers of the genre.
Available from Thursday 20 October on PC and PlayStation and Xbox consoles (the Nintendo Switch version will see the light at a later time), Batora Lost Haven draws inspiration from Ikaruga and from The Legend of Zelda series to catapult the fans of the genre into a multiverse that hybridizes hack & slash to twin-stick shooters.
The dangers faced by the protagonist of the new Stormind action RPG are reflected in the playful and narrative experience of a title that keeps players glued to the screen, thanks to the ingenious puzzles and the frenetic battles to overcome before reaching the end credits.
Even on the strictly graphic front, the work carried out by our local software house hits the target as a function of really impactful visual presentationespecially taking into account the limitations of a project that certainly cannot count on the six-zero budget of the most noble IPs.
If you want to learn more about this new Italian role-playing adventurewe invite you to stay on these pages to read our review of Batora Lost Haven, with all the reflections and analyzes of Giovanni Panzano on the latest sci-fi effort baked by the digital forges of Stormind Games.