Summary: Folklore was pretty much ignored by the public at its release and that's a shame cause this new IP had a lot to offer starting by a quite original gameplay (sort of mix between Pokemon and classic A-RPG) you collect each type of enemy you encounter and then use them to attack (everyone of them...
Summary: When I looked at the pictures, I thought this game was going to spectacular but its an alright game with a pretty good story line. I wish during the cut scenes there would be voice there isn't. Only through the movie cut scenes. This game is alright but its enough to keep my interest.
Summary: the game mechanic is very simple, story is confusing, but it's still fun. ellen is a great character. i have to confess that i didn't actually beat the game, i got bored of it after 2 chapters, but my teenager sister adored this game.
Summary: Folklore is a great game that is not for everyone. It has a unique and vibrant art style that brings the world to life but a few navigational problems keep this game from becoming fully realized.
Summary: It was a good game, best played it alternate with Elena and the guy. Story was great there lots of twist and i love how they made the Town kinda depressing, you can feel the loneliness and mystery of it.
Summary: I want to make this quick. I have never written a review for Amazon but I feel like I must for this game. Folklore is exactly what I was looking for in a game. I love real time battles and I really needed something to quench my thirst for RPG's.
Bronte meets Tolkien; good game for younger players
K. Swanson, Amazon
29 July 2009
Summary: There's a definite Wuthering Heights feel to the opening here, and the main male character has a decided Heathcliff look to him. That makes it feel like this was designed with pre-teen and teen girls in mind; I don't know how big the young female gaming market is, but I would think that with the...
Summary: If you are familiar with ANY Jim Henson movie (The Muppets creator) then you will love this game. I brought this thinking that it was a RPG and was shock at the graphic quality of the game and how it palyed. There are other reviews about it this title and explain a little bit more.
Summary: Other than the fact that it's not a FPS, it's still a corridor shooter. Folklore is old-school with better graphics, fun, pretty, but don't expect much repeat playing. The game centers around two characters trying to figure out why a woman jumped off a cliff, one a reporter, another thought it was...