Summary: Fallen Enchantress – Legendary Heroes is a good game that is a patch away from being a great one. Technical and interface issues can bog things down too much, including problems with tile selection and graphical anomalies, but fans of the genre will also find a lot to like with myriad customization...
Excerpt: Stardock Entertainment has managed to expand on an already great series with the release of Fall Enchantress: Legendary Heroes . The expansion builds on the previous installments of Enchantress by adding an arsenal of improvements on top of new heroes, items and weapons.
Excerpt: Away: Shuffle Dungeon is a top down dungeon crawler developed by Mistwalker and Artoon for the Nintendo DS. Coming from Mistwalker's all-star pedigree, with scenario design by Hironobu Sakaguchi and music by Nobuo Uematsu, expectations were rather high for this quirky looking DS venture.
Excerpt: When the formation of Mistwalker was heralded as the beginning of a new company that would compete with Square Enix and oversee the development of top-tier, outstanding, traditional JRPGs, it was with games like Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey in mind.
Excerpt: Finding a good story based first person shooter is a tough task. So many games in this genre leave the story to the side and focus on multiplayer of realistic weapons. Now while these elements are important, sometimes I just …
Summary: When a first-person shooter bungles moving and shooting, what does that leave room for? Great reloading? A potent save system? Awesome menus? Legendary is not a good game, nor is it a so-bad-it's-good one.
Pros: Agile werewolves throw crates at you
Cons: Ugly, Story doesn't make any sense, Poor level design brimming with cliches, It's easy to get hung up in the tight, cluttered environments
Excerpt: Some videogames revolutionize the industry or become the new benchmark for the genre, and are truly "legendary." On the other end of that spectrum, there is Legendary , the new first-person shooter from Spark Unlimited and Gamecock Media (now a part of SouthPeak Interactive).
Conclusion: I’m going to be honest, I had high expectations for Away: Shuffle Dungeon . But when I finally got the chance to sit down and play the game, the end result was a rather disappointing experience. I walked away thinking about how great the game could have been.
Excerpt: Recently I reviewed Fallen Enchantress:Legendary Heroes, by Stardock. One of the DLC packs that was released around the same time as the game was the “Map Pack DLC”, which as its name implies, adds more maps and variety to the randomly-generated maps to this already content-rich game.