Perfectly serviceable. The soundtrack is somewhat unremarkable, but frames the action nicely, and the voice work is fine. The swishing sound as you surf through the sand is nice, too.
As a new-gen only game, Atlas Fallen doesn't look all that impressive. Its expansive maps have some lovely vistas to admire, but character models are inconsistent. Some look good, others look thrown together. A bit patchy overall.
Deck13 has done a fine job in creating a compelling and intuitive combat system, while the gauntlet, Essence Stones and your shapeshifting weapons help mix things up. Traversal is also good fun, making exploration a little more engaging.
Quite literally a sprawling sandbox filled to the brim with side quests and secrets, there's plenty of content here. However, the presentation is rather shoddy, exemplified in the array of spelling errors in the game's subtitles. Quest variety is also lacking, but two-player co-op is a neat addition.
A solid list with a good spread. Not exactly the most inspired set of tasks, this is nonetheless a nicely thought out bunch of achievements that doesn't lean too heavily on grinding.