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Let's start with the obvious. Yes, it's a bit like Minecraft. The truth is that most games are derivative in some way from a previous one. For example, platform games are all derived in some way from Donkey Kong, most RPGs are somewhat derived from Adventure (and honestly from Dungeons & Dragons in some way), and most first-person shooters have elements of Maze to them. That does not take away from the entertainment value of the game, so it does not bother me.
Although the game has many elements of Minecraft (survival mode), it also has somewhat of an RPG storyline that is appropriate for kids and anyone else that wants to play it. There is a bad guy to defeat, and you go through portals to travel through the different levels to reach him. You get to customize a character, choose a fighting class according to your preferred playing style, and it will move up in levels and upgrade accordingly. You need to mine for resources in order to create items. You fight all sorts of creatures attempting to block your progress. You can play in groups of 2 people offline and up to 4 people online. In a way, it also reminds me of a VERY simplified, Minecraft version of World of Warcraft.
The bottom line to any game is whether it entertains its intended audience. I have watched two kids playing the game (ages 7 and 8, both avid video game players with plenty of playing experience in a variety of games such as Minecraft, the Mario franchise, Skylanders, and others, including occasionally attempting to play on their respective parents' WoW accounts). They both loved it. The game was challenging enough that they did not finish it in one day (an issue for the 8 year old), but not so challenging it led to crying bouts of frustration (an issue for the 7 year old). In fact, the children were playing together and actually collaborating to get some things done without too much arguing (a common problem). In other words, they were entertained. Success!
Will the game continue to capture their attention months from now, as Minecraft has? How long will it take them to play through it? I have no idea. The truth is, only time will tell. It would have a better chance of standing the test of time if the game developers add content over time. If the game is successful, the more likely scenario will be that they will create some follow-up version, such as Portal Knights 2. Will all video game players like it? That is subjective. Not everyone likes the same thing. However, I have seen enough of the game to say that it is worth a try.
This is a solid game, it is underrated in my opinion. Its a cross between modern Zelda and say Minecraft. I would take it over Minecraft any day. I bought it mostly for my son and glad I did. He really likes it. The only real knock I have on the game is it does not give you destination points like say Skyrim/Witcher/Assassins Creed. So he gets stuck at 10 years old, figuring out how to get materials needed for crafting, what needs to be upgraded to craft needed item, what items are needed to create other items, where to go to finish some quests. In this aspect it causes getting stuck issues, especially for a 10 year old. The game is rated for 10 and above and the content is fine for a 10 year old. Its just as I said, the adult games I listed above do a better job laying out what you need to do to advance your character and give you way points to get things accomplished better then this game. If they did better in this area I would give the game 5 stars.