Reviews and Problems with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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M Sockel, Amazon
25 March 2015
Summary: This is first RPG I played on my PS3, and whilst it borrows much from , it is neither as immersive or engaging. So, the first thing that struck me was the graphics. VERY pretty. Nice designs, lots of texture and detail - it kinda reminds me of a much better version of Fable.
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.
Summary: This game was highly rated which led to me buying it. Honestly, it was quite boring. You are sent to do quests (Main, Faction, Side, and Tasks) and will at any given point have over 20 to do at the same time.
Summary: I don't know what makes a good game for some people, but this game was average for me. I gave it 3 stars because play-style- wise it's fun and it's not so difficult you want to quit and give up. It's hack-and-slash, basically.
Summary: Kingdoms of Amalur is a difficult game to review. There are numerous things the game does quite well, but also so many areas in which it fails. And where it fails, it fails dismally. The game is a quest based action/RPG fantasy game that takes place all across a mythical kingdom called Amalur.
Yes it's not Skyrim, but it's fun. If you can avoid the Glitches
28 August 2012
Summary: I have been playing RPG's for a long time. I started with FF7 then many more and finally moved up to the most awesome games; Oblivion and Skyrim. I purchased this game after watching the trailer for it and thought "hey...that could be fun". I pre-ordered it and that was that.
Summary: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is a video game that gets old very quickly. Although the game isn't terrible, nearly every aspect of the game is uninspired and mediocre. Neither the main quest nor any side-quests excited me.
Summary: For starters, this game is gorgeous. I was swept away by the atmosphere and stunning environment. The game is big, smooth, fun to run around in, and generally amazing...at first. I look to games like this to unveil a good story line over time. This never happened in this game.