I bought is and played it for 2 hours and haven't touched it.
M. Beck "Sireofdoom", Amazon
3 July 2012
Summary: I thought flying dragons around would be fun and it was for about 2 hours and then I was bored and haven't played it for over 2 years. The game looks good but the flying controls didn't feel natural and the fighting was difficult to master.
Conclusion: may be im gettin old and my eye site is going cos it hard 2 tell whats going on in this game the its not 4 me at all. but i did like the idear of ridin dragons hope they dring no2 out and its more playable
Summary: I disagree with most of the negative reviews here that are focused on the controls -- I found the controls to be easy to learn, and flying the dragon is a lot of fun. What completely ruins this game is the design.
Summary: Too many fanboys are creating a reality distortion effect around this game (4 out of 5 stars, on Amazon, wtf). I bought it, wish I hadn't. All those professional reviewers aren't wrong, the controls strangle an otherwise great game.
Summary: Lair gets a generous two starss and thats for the controlls which was nice and smooth. gameplay and story was so standard nothing new to report. graphics are a bit clunky. if this was in the bargain bin for more than £10 it would be too much.
Summary: I've played this at a mates house through a U.S import. Its a tough game and the controlls are as wonky as a sainsburys trolley. (sorry sainsburys but yours are worse than tesco :)) Being forced to use 6 axis for a game like this is a great idea but only if it works. This unfortunately does not.
Summary: First of all the controls do work but they are very difficult to get used to and basically get in the way of what could have been a good game. The graphics are ok and the cut-scenes excellent but there are just too many of them. Not one of my all time favourites and not worth buying new.