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Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll by Tecmo Koei





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  • Alcohol Reference
  • Mild Language
  • Mild Suggestive Themes
  • Simulated Gambling
  • Violence
Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Tecmo Koei
  • Developer: Omega Force
  • Category: Role-Playing

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TRINITY: Souls of Zill O'll delivers an unforgettable journey through a world in peril. Players take control of three heroic characters as their quest takes them through vast fields, mysterious cities and dark chambers. A king will die at the hands of his own offspring, reads the prophecy of Chancellor Zofor.... According to myth, the continent of Vyashion, as well as the physical world, was created by the god Notoon. Although universally worshipped across the continent, the people's shared faith in Notoon failed to bring about a unified society. Vyashion's many races - human, elf and vampire -- have maintained an uneasy peace amongst each other and must now come together to fight the evil King Balor. Players will use a unique team-based system to switch between each of the three characters -- a warrior, a wizard and an assassin -- on the fly and unleash combo attacks that use both magic and physical attacks to defeat the countless creatures and towering minions of King Balor.

  • High Adventure: Brought together by fate, the three adventurers in your party must work together to explore Vyashion's fields, dungeons and towns, collect items, survive encounters with mythological beasts and ultimately defeat the evil King Balor.
  • Party Dynamic: An innovative team system lets you alternate between each of the three characters: a warrior, a wizard/swordsman and an assassin. Magic abilities and physical offensives can be used together to unleash combo attacks.
  • Interactive Environments: A completely interactive world filled with strategic possibilities. Uncover new paths by destroying objects, set areas aflame or freeze them with spell casting, and tear through a bevy of different locales as you journey the continents.
  • Non-Linear Adventure: The game's story, told in a non-linear format, offers a unique adventure depending on how you play.
  • Endless Possibilities: Throughout the game, dozens of side quests and hidden opportunities add more adventures and depth to an already rich experience.
  • Legendary Characters: Play as Areus, a cynical young wizard and swordsman; Dagda, a renowned warrior known for fighting bare-handed; Selene, a vampire assassin who excels at unconventional combat techniques.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from combined RPG and Fighting I like the basics of RPG and fighting. the game is very linear and sometimes hard to figure out where to go next.
    Date published: 2016-07-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun, Like Y's Big fan of Y's, This game is more like an older Y's game with only 3 characters and different types of skills. the story isnt that strong, but its enjoyable. A few camera angle issues but for the most part, its a decent game. Esp for the price now
    Date published: 2015-08-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Terrific Game!! I was apprehensive for some time before I actually picked up this game. I had gone into the store many times just to look at it. After carefully checking out the reviews on Gamestop and Amazon, I decided to buy it. I am not disappointed! I bought it yesterday and played it for a couple of hours. I woke up this morning looking forward to turning on my PS3 just to play this game. If you are looking for an action rpg that is fun to play and not too terribly mind numbing, this is the game for you! The only reason why I gave this game a 9 out of 10 is because I would have liked to have been able to play multi-player co-op on a single or split screen.
    Date published: 2011-11-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll Impressions Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll is a game that I've had my eye on, but didn't know if I would actually purchase it. When it was released, it was during a dry patch in my gaming so I figured why not. After spending a good 10 hours or so playing it over the past couple days, I've finally been able to make a decent first impression on the game and the pro's and con's that may help you decide if you're interested in getting it. Keep reading to find out. Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll (Trinity from here on out) is an action RPG from Koei, the team behind the Dynasty Warriors series. You can see this in some of the gameplay elements but besides that this is a completely different game. The game starts with a nice cutscene describing the story. You play as Areus, a half elf who is destined to kill the emperor, your grandfather. When the evil emperor finds out about his fate, he has his pregnant daughter killed and your father murdered. Your mother manages to escape with you on a boat but his men are in hot pursuit. Fast forward many years and you're an adventurer who fights in the arena in a major city. To avenge your father, you need to get stronger to be able to take on the emperor. By doing quests and going on missions, your character knows that the experience will come which ultimately will lead up to the final confrontation with the emperor. The story is fairly decent for an RPG game. Don't expect anything out of the ordinary though. It's told through nice cutscenes and text dialog between two static pictures (a very popular Japanese RPG style). Along your travels, you'll meet two new characters who will join your party who each have their own story and secrets about them. Finding that out and having them trust you isn't as easy as it seems though. While they'll divulge the knowledge over time, you are left hanging for long periods of time when the story does feel to get a little stale. It does pick up though and it seems it's right before it gets overly tiresome. The gameplay in Trinity is similar to a Dynasty Warriors game in theory only. You control one of three characters and each button on your controller does something different. X jumps, while square, triangle, and circle all have skills mapped to them. You can change the skills at any time and they can even be upgraded with orbs you collect by killing enemies. When you get really good at fighting, you can even combine attacks from multiple characters and have one character kick someone in the air while the others jump up and beat them down. These attacks take skill and patience, but it comes easy enough through some trial and error. The RPG elements in the game are light compared to others on the market but they are still pretty decent. You'll be able to find items, sell them to stores, and pick up new armor and weapons to equip. You can talk to people at the tavern or find quests at the adventurers guild. This game is really for the hardcore RPG fans only though, and the reason I say this is because of the way the non combat gameplay, especially in cities, was created. Everything is done from a menu and when people interact, a dialog pops up between two images. The artwork is good, but some people may be put off by this decision. The game costs 60 bucks at launch and I'm sure it will come down over time. I am really enjoying playing it, but looking back, knowing what I know now...I don't know if I would have paid full price for admission. The game feels like a decent full priced game, but a great bargain priced game. So, who should play this? If you're starving for an RPG, give it a try. If you have other games you're currently working on and don't care too much for the RPG genre, this is a definite skip.
    Date published: 2011-02-14
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