A royal line a self sufficient princess left to care for herself by ill parents and a land torn apart by the ravages of war. Queen Lusica has picked up her sword and turned her anger toward the invading Aklorians and thrown her considerable powers into defending her kingdom.
Four friends have joined together to aid their queen. Though destined to encounter ancient gods, primordial wonders, and marvelous inventions, foes and betrayal haunt their every step. A keen eye could prove vital, exposing essential clues. And as the companions make their way through darkness and light, they'll discover that those two extremes have more in common than they once imagined…
The basic play in Sudeki resembles the Final Fantasy series or the recent and brilliant Knights of the old Republic. You play one character in a group of four and can switch between characters in battle to utilize the correct character strengths at the right moment. Past this there is a lot of running around through what is a fairly strict track exploring, talking to people and generally enjoying the scenery. Fighting is made up of X and A button pressing and many combinations learned along the way.
With a look of the classic Nintendo series Zelda a beautiful world of fantasy, castles, monsters and armies. Sudeki takes you on a very well presented journey into the world of Illumina.
With Microsoft at the helm Sudeki is very tightly constructed with very little in the way of obvious faults. Other than some rather weak voice over work you will find yourself lost in Illumina and will want to hurry back to your Xbox to further your quest at any given opportunity.