Reviews and Problems with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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Value for money 8
8 October 2014
Summary: I've never been a huge fan of RPG's. I'm typically too impatient to really get into them. But, this game has been a blast from the start. Great combat and customization. And, what I found very refreshing is how easy it is to navigate menus/inventories.
Summary: Incredible game, really underrated. Over a hundred hours of game play, and tremendous, huge open world. If you like this type of game, you will be hard pressed to find much not to like. It is very complex as far as personalization options go, but still simple to utilize the selection trees.
Summary: This game can be summed up in one word: fun. It's a traditional RPG that feels like a few other games were stewed together to make one sweet game. The combat is fast & frenetic, the loot is aesthetically amazing, the world is huge and there's so much to do.
Summary: Fantastic game! I played it until my eyes bled and then I played it some more. I got so bored with WoW and having to talk to other human beings, and the fact that the game never seemed to have an end or a point. KoA is perfect for me.
Summary: I did research this game a bunch before it came out. I read all the reviews I could find, and it looked like a lot of the reviewers had some problems iwth the characters being flat or boring in this game. I will say this is not so much the case for me.
Summary: I bought this game from Amazon on a whim after spotting it in a store and reading the description on the back, then going back and forth on it for a month. I finally decided to go for it and I am sooooo glad I did.
Summary: I bought this game to expand my gaming library, also the reviews individuals gave this title were around 9/10 or 4/5 even 5/5 so I decided to check it out. Important facts on the game: - Limited character customization - Not that many armor or weapon variation (stats for each piece of equipment...
Summary: This game was a disappointment even for my low expectations; I gave it a good 12 hours in the hopes that it'd grab me, but it just couldn't. This game's problems aren't ruinous, it's just that all the individual parts of it just don't work as well as they should.