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...
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).
Summary: Like the first reviewer, I give this 5 stars for a B-grade RPG. (4 overall). It is a beautiful game even if not -A- quality; But people often misunderstand that this is D&D-esque game based on a German ruleset so it is a bit different.
RPG game for micromanagers, with surprising polish for the price
8 July 2013
Summary: If you like D&D rpg games like neverwinter nights or dragon age, you'll like this. Buy this (DRM free) download version over the Steam version since they are the same price. The game itself is 4 stars, but it is 5 stars at this price.
Summary: The Drakensang series is easily the best B-List RPG series available. It's easily a 5 in "bang for your buck" especially if you catch a sale. The games are beautiful (if somewhat less detailed and sculpted).
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 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...
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...
Summary: Loved "Drakensang: The River of Time" as it was easy on system resources, stable with Windows 7 x64, and had a great story. I was able to run background tasks and switch from the game back to Windows with ease.