Reviews and Problems with Drakensang: The River Of Time
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30 August 2014
Summary: An old school rpg with a lot of charm and entertaining characters. The game world is not even slightly as big as an elder scrolls game but it is entertaining an fells alive. In many games there is no reason to revisit locations, here you get new quests, loot and npcs to interact with when you make progress in the main storyline. Please note that this is not a Dungeons and Dragons game. It An old school rpg with a lot of charm and entertaining characters.
Summary: One of the best RPGs I have ever played. Even today, almost 3 years after release, the game has excellent graphics and gameplay. I really like how DTP listened to the fans of the first Drakensang and implemented many new features (e.g. the possibility to holster your weapons). It is a real pity that there will not be any more games like these two.
Summary: I played this game after playing the first Drakensang (is a prequel of first drakensang). The history is narrated by dwarf Forgrimm who is a very important character at first drakensang. This game includes improvements like quick travelling inside zones or visiting maps already played.
Summary: A fantastic rpg that is alot like the old school rpgs from back in the day. This series reminds me somewhat of old D&D games like Baldurs Gate, Icewind Dale,etc.. mixed with a little Ultima and Divine Divnity. To be honest I have enjoyed these Drakensang games more then most of the popular rpgs these days like Oblivion, Dragon Age 2, Fallout3, etc.. Its more about roleplaying and the A fantastic rpg that is alot like the old school rpgs from back in the day.
Summary: This game is almost identical to its predecessor in game play and character development. Since the way in which the game plays is largely the same (although quite different in content) I feel as though I must give this game a lower rank since there wasn't much innovation. In some genres this would be a bad thing, but since the original game was amazing, and this one is only slightly worse This game is almost identical to its predecessor in game play and character...
Summary: A very enjoyable and fairly cheap buy ($20 as of this review on Steam) that has already given me a decent amount of fun, and playtime, and I'm not even out of the first area yet. The story is much more lighthearted, less concerned with the sometimes banal morality choices that have become prevalent in many of todays RPG's, this is an epic and grand adventure in the style of fantasy fiction A very enjoyable and fairly cheap buy ($20 as of this review on Steam) that has...
Summary: At first I was concerned when this game started slowly, but it really picked up and showed to be a surprisingly deep RPG with lots of complexity, character, and fun. Revisiting previous locations on the river brings up a whole new set of great sidequests that have you combing all over for good weapons and prizes. I'm hooked! I just finished this game.
Summary: Classic rpg meets modern mechanics. Drakensang: The River of Time, is a splendid blend. It flawlessly mixes the PnP system with modernized RPG mechanics. The Drakensang series is truly a masterpiece which will be remembered for years to come. The game itself is easy to transition into, even if the player has no current understanding of PnP style games. There are many helpful tips that Classic rpg meets modern mechanics. Drakensang: The River of Time, is a splendid blend.
Summary: This game like it's predecessor is a delightfully well rounded RPG, which in my eyes while having slightly less polish than blockbuster titles from Bioware, is every bit as enjoyable and has its own unique fantastical charm that is somewhat killed by the darker tone of many other modern RPG's. Don't get me wrong this game is very in depth an mature in its story telling and decision making.