But, you can easily read particularly concerning the revised Xbox One variation, that offers a control system better suited to console (among other improvements), in certified Xbox magazine's The Banner Saga review. Keep reading for the original verdict:
Somebody during my caravan is stealing meals
. We have three choices: matter my clansmen that are apparently not-so-trustworthy institute a rationing policy, or assign additional guards towards the supply shops. We select the first; panic spreads, reducing general morale to "abysmal." An hour back cue the reload to a checkpoint. We pick the 2nd; panic spreads, morale is paid down to "super abysmal," plus some of my clansman destroy one another away from desperation. Reload, third choice; absolutely nothing occurs for awhile--until the thieves murder my guards and take every ounce of meals We have kept. Because of the time we reach the second city, half my caravan is dead from starvation. Oh, and i've no money left to get anymore supplies. The Banner Saga is undeniably cruel, but its endless number of brutal situations plays completely into its wonderful, mature end-of-the-world story.