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Thea: The Awakening Achievement List Revealed

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TrueAchievement
Posted on 17 May 17 at 11:11
31 achievements for 1,000 Gamerscore

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CounterInsurgnt
Posted on 17 May 17 at 12:59
So this list looks tough.
Allgorhythm
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Allgorhythm
Posted on 17 May 17 at 13:02
This looks like the same achievement list as the achievement list on Steam. This is a great game. The achievements are not difficult. There's one where you have to beat the game in 100 turns but you can lower the difficulty to the point where you can easily finish the game in under 80 turns. There's another where you have to beat the game on the hardest difficulty; however, a little grinding makes this, as the achievement description says, "A Piece of Cake." You have to do the grinding, anyway, to unlock the:
Thea: The AwakeningAbsolute PowerThe Absolute Power achievement in Thea: The Awakening worth 914 pointsUnlock all levels on all gods.
Xpovos
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Xpovos
Posted on 17 May 17 at 13:10
It looks like a great game and a fun list to complete, but I'm disappointed by the price point. I knew I was going to be. The game is quite possibly worth it, but that is more than the console community will be willing to pay for a game like this in any significant quantity. They're going to need a sale early for this to not be a dud, which is a real shame.
Time not important; only life important.
Allgorhythm
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Allgorhythm
Posted on 17 May 17 at 13:27
CounterInsurgnt said:
So this list looks tough.
It's not really once you start playing the game at least on the PC. You can change the difficulty settings and, perhaps more importantly, the map size. With a small map size and a low difficulty, you can 'easily' get what I consider to be the most challenging achievement:
Thea: The AwakeningWhoa, where's the fire?The Whoa, where's the fire? achievement in Thea: The Awakening worth 323 pointsWin the game in less than 100 turns.

Once you understand the interface, you can increase difficulty and map size and grind the other achievements. If you don't like grinding, this is not the game for you. It's a turn based game where you spend a lot of time in the interface researching & crafting. I think it's fun & relaxing.
Allgorhythm
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Allgorhythm
Posted on 17 May 17 at 13:31
Xpovos said:
It looks like a great game and a fun list to complete, but I'm disappointed by the price point. I knew I was going to be. The game is quite possibly worth it, but that is more than the console community will be willing to pay for a game like this in any significant quantity. They're going to need a sale early for this to not be a dud, which is a real shame.
I agree. This is the type of game that is much more popular on the PC than on consoles and I speak as someone who is predominantly a console player. It is a couple of dollars less expensive than the PC version--I think I paid 19.99 USD for the PC version and the console version is retailing at 17.99 USD. It would be great if it's an early GwG candidate.
Archeim
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Archeim
Posted on 17 May 17 at 19:19
I'm kinda shocked that i'm the first one who is going to make an Arrow reference...
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