Seven: The Days Long Gone screenshot of our character on a cliffside

Seven: The Days Long Gone is a 3D isometric RPG that lets you explore a massive sandbox world in whichever way you want. You can climb just about anything in order to avoid guards and potential obstacles, sneak through enemy encampments in order to sabotage defenses and plunder riches, or if you feel the situations favors you, try a full-on assault with a combination of weapons and magic.

According to most of the Steam reviews the gameplay in Seven is quite good, especially the whole stealth and climbing systems, but unfortunately there are also quite a few bugs present that hamper some of that enjoyment. Sometimes you can get stuck in walls, other times the enemy AI will go haywire and start running in circles, or you might just crash over and over again on a loading screen.

With all of this in mind, it's not exactly easy to decide whether Seven is a game worth playing. As such, I am very glad to say that the developers have now released a free demo! If you're interested, simply head on over to Steam or GOG, and you'll be playing in no time.

As far as content is concerned, the demo includes the entire prologue level which will show you all of the important aspects of gameplay: fighting, magic, sneaking, and disguises. More importantly than that, however, it will also show you whether Seven works well on your PC! After all, a lot of the reviews are praising the gameplay, so if you can avoid all of the technical hurdles Seven might just be a game worth grabbing. Either way, have fun!