Deserves to be the Commodore Amiga DOTC successor!!
Damon C. Sisk, Amazon
5 September 2014
Summary: WARNING: This game is addictive! If you ever played Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown from Cinemaware on the Commodore Amiga, you know how important the games 'feel' or playability is to your enjoyment of the game. Robin Hood: Legend of Sherwood should be the successor to that great game.
Summary: When you first look at this game you think,"Robin Hood" How kidish." Wrong. robin hood is not in any way shape or for kidish exsept for the name. I downloded this game as a joke with my friends(only a demo) and I found it exstremly fun and intertaing.
Summary: This is one of those games where in the end you wish it had just a few more levels. This game is pretty unusual in its gameplay. At first, it just seems frustratingly difficult, but once you get through the first level and understand what this game is all about, it is very entertaining.
Summary: This game is sure to become a classic! Amazing "and award winning" gameplay, gorgeous graphics, and a fantastic setting make this game a must have! The gameplay is very impressive, and it's functoionality peaked my eyebrow. The character animations are very nice.
Summary: I saw an ad for this game and at first glance thought 'wow'. I have only played the demo but I am thirsty for more. The graphics may only be 2d but they are gorgeous to look at. The gameplay is superb. Each character has his/her own unique skills you can use to get through each mission.
Summary: Ever wish you had the chance to save the damsel in distress? Does the thought of robbing the rich attract you? Want to hang out with Robin Hood or better yet be Robin Hood? Well then your dream has come true with this game.
Summary: I got this game for Christmas and so I decided to try it out. From the beginning I just loved it! The NPCs are amazingly realistic. For example: if you knock out a guard, one of his fellow guards might hear you and attack you OR he might flee in terror OR he might go and alert a commander who's...
Summary: Let me start off by saying that Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood Forest is an excellent game. It cleverly combines stealth and combat, and you can always choose whether to take to the sword and the bow or to sneak past the guards to complete your goal. And the AI is very realistic.
Summary: Robin Hood is a one or more, tactical squad based game. You start the game as Robin who just returned from the war, expecting to find his land back. What he discovered was that his dad had died, and the Sheriff of Nottingham is running loose, taking advantage of the people right and left.