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    Remembering Aveyond

    My son played Aveyond 3 when he was age 7-9 years old, but he has since moved onto console games Halo, Dark Souls, GTA now that he's 17. He really enjoyed it and got pretty good at it like me. Of course I had to help him soon initially. He tried Av 1, but he had trouble playing it knowing where to go next what to do, all the side quests. I have played that game so many times I know all the side quests by heart I have the walkthrough memorized. I still love it so much, always will. I absolutely love the story love Rhen she's my girl favorite Aveyond character. I love Mel too, but Rhen will always be my favorite. I did just fine with Ahriman's Prophecy of course the battles are a little different to get used to, but I was able to handle that too. But boy does your spacebar take a beating lol especially the end battle lol. It's fun though to get to meet Alicia, Devin, Talia and even Cinderella side quest so cool.
  2. 1 point

    Get the Aveyond 4 Strategy Guide!

    I bought mine at Big Fish Games. Same walkthrough as here. I am also very, disappointed . It tells me, that when going to the Inn to sleep after talking to the mystic in Tor, Boyle would go to dream land while sleeping. This is NOT happening for me. Also, NO maps, is very frustrating. And no mention of the Goodie Caves at all. These are the reasons for buying the Guide, not to miss anything. Unfortunately, I feel this Guide is a total waste of money. Sorry to be so negative, but I am on a fixed income, and don't have this kind of money to waste.
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    Get the Aveyond 4 Strategy Guide!

    I paid for the walkthrough expecting detailed maps of all areas and am very disappointed that there aren't any. I can happily spend hours levelling up but hate trying to find my way around and missing even the slightest thing. Please make available all maps for download if you can. Regards, Susan.