Reviews and Problems with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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EA won't support this game anymore
Alan Duquette, Amazon
12 April 2013
Summary: Game has had a fatal flaw since over a year ago that was never and will never be addressed. Does not happen to everyone but if it happens to you your game will not be able to progress. I am referring to the infamous "Silence Falls" dilemma.
Summary: Based on 55hrs of game play. I was really excited about this game, and I probably would have rated it about 8.0 after 10 or so hours, but that number seemed to continue going down the longer I played.
Summary: First off, I was SUPER EXCITED for this game. All the interviews and pre-release footage made me hope for an RPG that was as good as Skyrim in story, atmosphere and open-world gameplay, yet with refined action combat so that the countless hours I was gonna spend playing would be fun and, most...
Summary: I would be lying if I said there wasn't substance to the many positive reviews for this game. Once past the opening cinematic and first mission / training level, KoA presents a world of great size and magnificent appearance, rich with unique peoples and their history.
Summary: 2.5 stars. The game itself is fine - it's colorful, easy, and the combat is great. The story and quests are bland. WARNING - the game takes many hours to play (50-100 hours), but the save game files are Copy Protected. That means no backups, unless you pay a Playstation Plus subscription fee.
Summary: This game is truly creative and wonderful to walk around in, but they really should have hired better GAME designers. The worlds, stories, and art are top-notch, but the gameplay is stale, easy, incredibly repetitive, easy, boring, and did I mention easy?
Excerpt: This game took me by storm. I had high expectations, and it lived up to them all. The fast paced, and stunningly gorgeous, action teams up well with the sheer size of the game. No lockups or glitches that are usually found in deep role playing games like these.
Pros: Fast paced, in depth, beautiful open world and fighting moves, user friendly
Summary: This game started off looking really good, then gradually lost my interest. The gameplay and storyline just aren't up to scratch. If you want a great fantasy adventure then play Skyrim and leave this one on the shelf!
Excerpt: I know that there are many people who like different things and some may think this is a good game but I think its not Kingdoms of Amalur when starting out looks okish the story is somthing that some people may of seen before you wake up dead and are the most important person in the world because of...