Summary: The first and final game of Big Huge Games does live up to the name of everyone involved, specifically that of R.A. Salvatore. It is a great open world RPG, rivaling Dragon Age in scale and epicness. Though it is buggered by quite a few flaws, mostly in the way that items, quests, and crafting are handled. The leveling system is straightforward, though it does shallow when it comes to specializations.
Summary: The good: This is a big RPG. I love big RPGs. Questing in Amalur is kind of like browsing Wikipedia. You set out to do something only to run into something else that looks interesting, and you think, "I'll just see where this goes for a minute and then come right back," and five or six iterations later, you're on the other side of the continent with an incomplete recollection of the chain of events that brought you there.
Summary: OK so first off let me start off by saying this game is amazing. I am a HUGE RPG fan and this just puts it up there in my top 20 of all time. The reason it is so good..is something most RPG games lack..and that's GREAT game play. This game is like God of War and Fable put together to make a master piece. the controls are not hard at all. It has a good story to it.