Summary: Not going to bore anyone with a long review, so don't get your reading glasses on. It's a fun game that has the tendency to get repetitive at times. Not perfect by any means, but you won't regret getting this classic. You play through two stories, get different Folk under your control, and solve a murder mystery/missing person mystery/weird town mystery.
Summary: ive played the demos and got hooked. the game is special its different and it uses sixaxis which is something the xbox doesnt have. i like the game and will probably love it eventually after playing it some more.
40 hours of "Where in the world is Keats and the girl?"
10 December 2012
Summary: Personal Feeling I don't review much and I realize that 80% of this review will be negative, but I still rate this 4/5. The good is so good that it more than covers up the multitude of little things bothering me. Plus, I'm not as keen as most, so several of my complaints could be of little consequence to others. Still, I hope you read on...perhaps nod silently in agreement and most of all find it helpful.
Summary: Folklore....first of all I played the demo and loved it. I wanted to play it so bad i got a ps3 slim +2 game bundle (as a birthday gift) in order to avoid borrowing my bro's ps3. The game itself is really cool, the gameplay and the scenery. If you like stealing souls and taking the abilities of those souls and using them against enemies THEN steal THEIR souls too, get this game. If you like a Chapter by Chapter developing story with 2 sides, get this game.
Summary: I think the game was pretty good overall; very different from other action RPGs but still loads of fun (especially if you're into collecting monsters). The game's biggest highlights is in its presentation i.e. amazing use of colors and a pretty good story too in addition to voice acting. You may have to get a hang of the comic book style of narration in the game if you really want to enjoy the game.
Summary: I bought a ps3 on the later side (right before they switched to slim models) and when I told the employee what type of games i typically liked he suggested I buy this if i could find it. Well I bought it on sale somewhere and have been playing it off and on for a long time. It's a great game with a truly interesting art style and amazing soundtrack. The story is cool and seen from two sides.
Summary: Think this was the first game I played on my PS3. looking back it was actually unique and nothing else out like it. It could use a sequel or DLC to freshin it up. It had and ok story but the main draw to this game is it's cool ability to use the enemy as one with you.
Summary: this game is actually pretty fun, though it can get more than a little dark at times, it has kind of a melancholy, shadowed air to it, so i wouldn't recommend it to someone who wants a light, kind-hearted kind of game. The multiple storyline idea is amazing and is very original.
Summary: First of all, there are two characters to command in this game. One is a girl who is a Messenger while the other is a guy who is a Traveler. I played the Messenger first and overall, her story is quite boring, but her personality is worse. I like to bond with a character as if it's a real life person. I did not like her. The creatures she commands are okay, but she's gotten me killed a few times. Then I played the Traveler.
Summary: I'm a fairly dedicated RPG gamer but like to mix things up a little bit sometimes, even if it takes me off the beaten path in regards to some of my game choices. So, even though it's a more obscure title, I decided to try Folklore based on a few elements I found intriguing. First off, the overall concept sounded interesting -- the idea of multiple realms and the ability to discover and collect different "monsters." You then use these monsters in your quests.