Pixel Hero Games has launched Eisenhorn XENOS on mobile platforms as a fairly standard third person action game
Anyway, this game is a rich and stunning third person adventure which seems to be adapted from Xenos, that is the first book in Games Workshop’s best-selling Eisenhorn trilogy, written by award winning author Dan Abnett.
This game is set in the grim, dark future of Warhammer 40,000 Eisenhorn: XENOS where you will be brought to experience the story of Gregor Eisenhorn, who is a member of the Imperium’s secret police force known as the Inquisition and a member of the Ordo Xenos, and he is sent out to fight and protect the Imperium of man from anything that may threaten it.
Along the game, you will play through and experience the events of Xenos as Eisenhorn himself, while exploring the vast expanse of the Warhammer 40k universe
In other words, you will go investigating the movements of some not so savory members of the Imperium
Here, you will also have to dispense justice with your psychic abilities.
Sometimes, you may have to break out your sword and gun occasionally to show folks for the solutions
In related to the story, this game focuses on the point that large sections of gameplay consist of little beyond moving from one point to another to trigger dialogue and cutscenes which are based on a book.
It can be said that this game leans on a narrative which is based on existing fiction
This will be proven by every aspect of it is poorly designed, problematic, broken, or buggy in some way.
Besides, you may go for levels with big layouts providing little or no direction
And, characters may animate and act poorly in some levels
Audio may bug cut out entire sections of dialogue
Moreover, combat sequences may not trigger properly, in which you may see that enemy AI will sometimes get stuck in the environment
Beyond those statements, this game is still a fully fledged third person story driven game where you will be directed to go to a lot of places and tons of things on the levels
In addition, this game still delivers some good ideas, competent controls, and a solid story where you will again be brought to follow the story through dialogues in your gadget that you are holding all the time in the game