Reviews and Problems with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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Great game, not supported anymore so no more patches.
2 October 2014
Summary: I got this game a month ago, and play a lot of big RPG games, like fallout 3, gothic 3, fallout new vegas, etc. Have yet to complete it, it is huge! But the difficult level is acceptable, and there are a ton of side quests.
Summary: The game being purely single player but still greatly enjoyable, provided me well over 100 hours of gameplay, something not allot of single games can claim these days. The game is a little raw in the fact there is plenty of room for improvement, and little bugs still exist, I have faith that had the...
Summary: I enjoyed the game quite a bit, and it has tons of stuff to do! There's tons and tons of side quests and the DLC was quite good! Although after a certain point, you become too overpowered and makes it kind of pointless. It is repeditive too, almost feels like an MMO that isn't online.
Summary: I had originally purchased this for PS3 when it came out, but after playing through it and the DLC, I had traded it in. There are hours to be lost in this game and when this one popped up on sale with the DLC, I picked it up for Steam to play again.
Summary: This isn't really a game you pick up for hard core role playing. But as far as enjoyable gameplay goes, this game is way way up there. As I understand it, it was originally designed as an MMO that plays like a third-person rpg. However, later on in development, they opted not to make it an MMO.
Summary: I found this to be a very enjoyable game with only a few minor drawbacks. The good: Well done graphics. Large, beautifully detailed world. Loaded with quests (enough to give the feel of playing several different RPGs) Excellent map system with a fast travel option to places already visited.
Summary: I found this game quite a bit of fun. The graphics are good and the fighting sequences are pretty fluid with an adequate amount of variances. The story line was interesting with just the Fae being a bit too esoteric. Completely worth the money.