Summary: Gorgeous game. It also came with an art book. Incredibly repetitive. I mean, I play a lot of repetitive games (Diablo, anyone?), but this is somehow less rewarding. It's probably because the skills your character gains don't substantially change gameplay to keep it fresh. The dialog is tedious and unnecessary. Because of the sorceress and amazon designs, my wife accused me of playing a porn game. (But is the shirtless beefcake dwarf a porn character? NoOoo.
Summary: Game is a fun little side scrolling beat em up with RPG elements. The sorceress characters disproportionate body was hillarious but could be considered offensive (her breasts are bigger than her torso each). Game gets quite challenging later on.
Summary: This game purchase was an amazing treat. First off, I bought it when it was on sale for $29.99. It arrived quickly and to my surprise, came with a nice artbook full of artwork from the game. The quality of the book and print wasnt all that great, but still...it was an unexpected bonus. Now, about the game. I remember preordering this game about 2 years ago and was bummed when it got delayed.
Beautiful, rich, and incredibly fun and addicting!
Richard C. Mangan, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This game is an insane amount of fun. It's an entirely hand drawn side scrolling dungeon crawler of sorts. It has a neat quest and level up system that is pretty basic, but just to the point where it's impossible to put down. I'm on my second playthrough now and I still love playing. I'd recommend this one over the PS3 version as the touch screen added functionality makes this version so much more intuitive and adds a speed to the game that is hard to describe.
Summary: I originally had this game as a rental since I wasnt too sure about the exaggerated female body parts. I thought it was a cheap trick to get guys to buy a crappy game. I WAS SOOO WRONG! This game is a remake of the classic side scrolling platformer, except with crisp graphics, fluid gameplay, and intuitive online. I feels like Golden Axe 2013. The main missions are fun but the quests and alternate bosses are the big seller for this game.
Summary: I knew this game would be great but i've been playing the heck out of it lately. I started out playing Diablo 2 LOD back in 98' and eventually graduated to playing full blown MMORPG'S like Final Fantasy XI. I am currently in the military active duty so I do not have as much time to invest into a MMORPG. I can pick up the PS Vita and play Dragon's Crown whenever i want. Solo or online, the lag can be forgiven.
Summary: Before I say anything, let's just get the ridiculously overblown discussion of big women out of the way. Yes, large breasts, but put it into perspective, by acknowledging that everything is larger than life in Dragon's Crown, and the "big deal" is swiftly quashed. Gamers who dwell on the issue any more than that, need to grow up and stop trying to appease the PC (politically correct) crowd .