Styx: Master of Shadows Review

Styx: Master of Shadows Review

Published On November 15, 2014 | By Anthony Barker | News

Justin brings our review for Styx: Master of Shadows.

Styx was first introduced in a previous game ‘Of Orcs and Men‘. Now, the lethal little goblin steps into the spotlight with his very own full-length game. Featuring castles, knights, blades and blood, Styx: Master of Shadows attempts to bring a new, but faithful, entry into the stealth game genre. Styx is a tad small, but does the game itself fall short?

Taking place before Of Orcs an Men, Styx is a goblin down on his luck with a severe case of amnesia. We start our adventure with our knee-high hero breaking free from prison and sneaking his way out…

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