Posted: May 17
Like Skyrim with chakrams 10/10
On a more serious note, the combat system in this game is a lot more fun than the combat in Skyrim. Mixing classes is easy and rewarding because of the bonuses you get, so you can create a character however you want. Sticking to a single class is also rewarding, because the abilities complement each other very well. You can be a sneaky mage, a bulky rogue, a Jack-of-All-Trades, it doesn't matter. All options have their own benefits and are fun to play.
The downside is that there are a lot more unnamed characters than Skyrim, and the only characters to have a name and a personality are quest-relevant NPCs and merchants. The main quest is fun if a bit cliché (not too much) and the side quests are... well it depends. Some of them are just good old vermin extermination missions (no mountain lions in basements thankfully), but some of them are a lot more interesting to say the least. Saying anything more about these "interesting" ones would spoil them.
I definitely recommend this game for beat-em-up lovers and RPG fans.