Summary: This game was fantastically unplayable at release. The story is atrocious, especially compared to "Heavenly Sword" which came out around the same time, centering around two warring dragon clans, one "barbarian" and the other civilized.
Conclusion: Played for about 5 mins before turning off. Very poor game no thought gone into making it. Thought son would have fun playing due to six axis controlls but he was as unimpressed as i was. DO NOT RENT AND DO NOT BUY.
Conclusion: Having launched the game played for under 5mins - this adventure failed to capture my imagination - neither did the graphics nor the poor story line and the fuzzy arrow in the top right corner that indicates - (badly) where the objectives are located.
I found it for a penny, I think I may have payed too much.
16 May 2014
Summary: Sloppy controls really destroy a great concept. You're flying dragons like in the original Warhawk for ps1 but the penchant for motion control that don't really work and a story that gets interesting and times and frustrating at others make this a pretty horrible game to try to play through.
Summary: I play a lot of games. A LOT. This has got to be among the worst games I`ve ever played. The reason for this? The controls, pure and simple. Yes, the general flight controls can be switched between motion sensing and traditional, but the air combat controls cannot.
Summary: Well i rent that game last week to see how it was,and believe me, it is the most disastrous game of 2007.The idea and the storyline are not bad,the graphics are using the Next-Gen engine,even if there are PS3 games with better graphics; and the music is wonderful,(you know what?
Summary: Unfortunately, I wouldn't call the title of this review exaggeration. You've heard it across the web, you've heard it on Gamespot, and now you're hearing it here, LAIR is one of the worst games ever made.