Summary: This game is very similar to the original Drakensang. You have a couple of more classes to choose from, but that's about it. The only criticism is that you are limited on the NPCs you can add to your party. In the original, you had about 10 you could choose from.
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.
Summary: I played the first one and got quickly bored. I stopped playing at a rat level(I think) things bum rushed my team one time too many. River of Time looks better, feels better and plays better than its predecessor. I loved it.
Summary: If you've been recounting the glory days of oldschool CRPGs while kids fart around with Dragon Age and the like, this game's for you. Challenging tactical combat, a long, interesting campaign and an upbeat, lighthearted nature help make Drakensang - The River of Time a treat.
Summary: Okay since I purchased this game I have some comments about it. First of all the graphics are kind of primitive and not what you would expect in a new game. Maybe the graphics would have been okay 5 years ago, but please the game does not take advantage of the latest technology like some of the...
Summary: This is a party based RPG which is a prequal to the original Drakensang game. The first thing you notice is how good it looks, the graphics are perfect. Party controls are a little hard to get used to at first but after a while of practicing there are no more problems.