First impressions are extremely important. With Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition, the fact that it’s making the most of an underused Xbox feature is great, and we just wish that more games would come with Xbox Play Anywhere support. The second impression though is that the teams behind the Xbox Store listing of Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition really do need to sort out their spacing.
If you’re unaware of what we are going on about, visit the Xbox Store for Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition and take a look at the title. We’re hoping it gets fixed sooner rather than later, because honestly, it’s the little things that dictate a game’s success.
Should you be able to look totally through that though, there’s much hope for Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s priced at £16.74 which seems about standard for these type of games, and comes out of the E-Home stable, they who previously dropped the delightful Mr. Pumpkin 2: Kowloon Walled City onto Xbox.
It seems as if E-Home have a tendency to elongate their game titles though as Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition could well do with being a tad shorter. But hey, you’re not here to find out what we think of a bit of formatting and spelling, you wanna know about the game, right?
Well, Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition focuses on TYRE, a former special forces soldier who has found his way to Yingzhou Isle; slap bang in the centre of the legendary Dragon Triangle. From there, all hell seems to break loose.
TYRE is faced with numerous supernatural creatures, with masses of mercenaries, with ancient guardians and more. It’s up to him to survive in order to find the truth that he is looking to uncover; with the help of multiple characters and NPCs, he may just get there.
How this all plays out is very much up for debate and it’ll only be by getting hands-on with Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition will we find out whether the gameplay is fitting of the title, or whether it succumbs to the oddities that have afflicted it. Stay tuned for our full review of Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition on Xbox soon.
Should you be looking to grab Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Console Edition anyways, the Xbox Store will sort you out with a download. Remember, with Xbox Play Anywhere support in house, you can play this on PC and across your Xbox devices how you see fit.
The hero “TYRE” in this game is voiced (English version) by Doug Cockle, the voice actor of Geralt of Rivia, giving the character a unique husky voice. In order to explore the mystery of his past, TYRE, the former special forces soldier with a special constitution, came to Yingzhou Isle which was located in the legendary Dragon Triangle area. After being attacked by mysterious creatures, the plane that TYRE took crashed and he lost contact with his companions. He found a lot of traces of human activity on the island that had been believed inaccessible. While exploring the terrible secrets behind anomalies despite unpredictable threats, he gradually unfolds the mysterious origins of an ancient Chinese legend. A breathtaking adventure begins here.