Following recent complaints from the Indonesian studio Toge Productions about issues with the publisher, a Thai company is now coming out about another controversy surrounding the publisher PQube. AeternoBlade series creator Corecell claims that PQube has withheld money and publishing rights.
One could write a lot about Aeterno Blade II. That it is a hack’n slash played from a side perspective and sometimes changes back to a third person perspective. That the fights run smoothly, developing a good feeling of flow. That the time manipulation skills are a nice gimmick. That the graphics are pretty, but technically never exceed a functional quality. That the whole UI is way too small. That the story is confusing and, but the speakers do a solid job. That Aeterno Blade II is really difficult and is aimed at genre professionals. This is how Aeterno Blade II could be described.