Worst ever download for what was once a great game
Anna Sheehan "author", Amazon
2 January 2015
Summary: Worst ever download for what was once a great game. They basically cut out more than half the game. If you can find it in any other format, snap it up -- it's a wonderful story with stunning graphics, and fun game play. But the download is NOT the way to go.
Summary: Activated on Steam with the idea of buying several more copies for LAN Parties. But it seems there is no multiplayer in the Steam version. So I got out my boxed set and installed it from my CD and it works fantastic on LAN even on Windows 8.1 64 bit.
Summary: its pretty awesome long guided rpg but downloading it is a whole other issue. if your going toget to a game dont dowload from them its stupid you go through a whole cornicopia of nonsense. i will NEVER do it again i now HATE amazon for it and its a huge waste of time
Summary: This game was similar to DS1 and DS2 in name only. Nothing about this game was improved upon from the original except, perhaps, the companion system. I did enjoy letting my close friends play my companions. Being an online game did nothing for game play at all. The game was too short.
Summary: I bought this solely because it was co-op and my wife enjoyed playing Champions Return to Arms. This is an incredibly boring game. I spent the majority of my time chasing dots. I would not recommend this game to anyone at any price.
Summary: This game has about 10 to 15 hours worth of play in it, and no way to replay once you beat it other than starting from scratch. Honestly, there is really no incentive to play through the other three personae available to you once you finish.
Summary: The shortest summary I can offer is, when the game was done, I was EXTREMELY disappointed. All you do in this game is fight monsters while walking down a fixed path (never so much as even a major crossroads for travel choices) and collecting way more items than you ever need.