Summary: It looked promising. It sucked. First of all. Well I can't list many because I just played one hour and I uninstalled it. If you want a good hack and slash buy Torchlight or Torchlight 2. Its worth the money and don't buy it or don't think "I like all the games everyone say is because me and my friend played it and stopped playing it in like one hour.
Summary: Despite my low rating for Realms of Ancient War I have to say that I did enjoy the game from start to finish. The game is a simple hack and slash RPG, easy to play, not much thinking required. You could draw a parallel to comedy movies: you have comedies with very deep storylines and you have these college comedies that only involve the regular booze, sex and love.
Summary: One of the worst dungeon crawlers to date. It misses in all of it's aims, but namely the calling of a dungeon crawler-at least one hook. The Pros- 1> Giving this game any rating below 50 allow me not to insult anyone, and give an accurate review. 2> Gives me an excuse to use my thesaurus and look up antonyms for "riveting." Cons- 1> Poor controls; cannot customize them. 2> Camera angles, and bouncing characters. 3> Lack of any meaningful story 4> Poor itemization.
Summary: Do you enjoy generic storytelling? Are you a fan of mediocre and slightly glitchy gameplay? Are you sexually attracted to the word "bogged"? This game is for you then! (You have a weird fetish by the way.) Story: It feels like they used dozens of generic placeholders while meaning to replace them with a real story before launch, but they never got around to it. You know the type of placeholders I'm talking about, "For reasons unknown"-esque.
Summary: If you are looking for a hack&slash, this isn't a hack&slash. This is a frenzy click-fest with items and some skills. The only thing I can compare it to is diablo 1 (one), a 15 year old game which had more of everything in it (better story, better designed items and interface, more challenging). More can be written here, but it is nor worth my or your time. If this appeared before D3 and T2 then it might have had a chance because you would have played "anything".
Summary: RAW feels like a stripped down of version of previous games in this genre, with incredibly reduced loot, stat, skill system and total linearity. Also add lack of area map of any kind, very few different kind of monsters and walking back great distances to complete side quests. There are no portals to travel, no clever tricks to employ, nothing - you just walk straight, killing mobs and hoping that another horde spawned behind your back won't kill you while you are...
Summary: Nice looking game, nothing else going for it. You have 3 generic characters to choose from (warrior guy, Rogue Lady, and Mage guy) none of which you can customize or even name. so you take your clone character into the generic story in which you adventure in a land with no name, fighting monster with no name or description, even the so called boss monsters only have super inventive names such as ,Elite captain or Giant spider, then you can enjoy conversations riddled...
Summary: After a disastrous premiere of Diablo 3 - it's just a joy to my eyes, is very cheap, but it is a great game in the best style Diablo and torchlight, with a fascinating story interesting, very atmospheric gothic world
Summary: Pulse pounding action! i can say as a fan of this genre and not lightly i might add that this is easily one of my favorite games of this year. Some may argue that there are way too many games of this type and i could agree but they dont do it right. R.A.W has the feel and playability of T2 and the snazzy looks of DS3. In other words this game is fun and im glad i pre-purchased.