Abandonware DOS title

Legends of Valour

Legends of Valour is an old DOS fantasy first person perspective rpg game developed by Syntetic Dimensions in 1992 from an original idea by Kevin Bulmer, Ian Downend. Legends of Valour can be enjoyed in single player mode from a 1st person, 2D perspective. It's available for download.
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Rating: 3.3
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"Simply put and not to put too fine a point on it, the game is uninspiring and dull with conversations to match. Combat leaves you with a "so-what" feeling (you'll have to stifle those yawns during the altercation) and cut scenes (animations) are dreadful. After playing for a prolonged period of time, one word sums up the game: boring." - Allgame review

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Screenshots were taken by Abandonware DOS.
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YouTube video courtesy of Squakenet.com.

Additional info

Facts, trivia and collector's notes are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. These texts use material from this Wikipedia article.

Bethesda Softworks's Todd Howard cited the game as an influence on Bethesda's RPG series The Elder Scrolls.

The PC version was generally poorly received. Computer Gaming World called the game "a stimulating new perspective on fantasy role-playing", but strongly criticized its "general lack of atmosphere" and other "numerous deficiencies", including the difficulty in saving the game or finding food, drink, and sleep.

The game takes place in a walled capital city called Mitteldorf, where the player can explore the streets, buildings and a massive network of dungeons and sewers connected through a natural cave system, while completing various missions.

players: single player

Abandonware DOS popularity: low

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