Summary: Warrior fans will be happy to find a game where both Japan and China tales come together to fight a demon lord. Warriors Orochi involves both different times coming together in one world. They originally fight each other until leaders come in and try to unite against this demon.
Summary: even though the game got bad reviews, this game has been patched and now works great. it kinda of reminds of the game Ryse out on xbone. OFC the graphics are not as good as RYSE, but possibly warrants one play through.
Summary: Lair looked like a dream come true. what would be better than controlling a huge dragon roaring around destroying armies and winning huge battles? Unfortunately, it seems this game is not all it's chalked up to be. Don't get me wrong, this game is great in a lot of ways, it just falls short in many ways. ill split this into 5 categories. lets begin with music: the score is awesome, and charged with emotion.
Summary: I love this game mostly cause I can have my own dragon and well they fly great but sometimes if your like me you get so into it that when your chasing other Dragons you get motion sick (that part is not fun.) Overall game is great but may not be to popular since Skyrim has come out.
Summary: The big complaint in regards to this game is the motion sixaxis controls. I thought these worked well after the patch was done. There were still problems trying to reverse dragons direction but overall I though the motion was good. Graphics were good and the missions were quite varied. Some extremely good cutscenes and I generally am not a big fan of cutscenes especially long, corny ones like in MGS4. This game is worth the money and is quite fun overall.
Summary: It's a good game plauged with some control issues. Though the visuals are in 1080i the graphics are somewhat lacking, though it is an older game so some of this can be forgiven. With the addition of the downloadable contant that allows for analog control, and it's lowered price, this game should not be passed up.
Summary: I generally read reviews or listen to other people's experiences with games before making a purchase. With Lair I hadn't met anyone who had played it and just about every review I read was negative. But I bought this game anyway because it looked like fun. The most common complaint seemed to be the controls of the sixaxis controller for the PS3. I thought, before buying this game, that people were letting this ruin the whole game for them.
Summary: I love games that are set in a mythical time set and mode and this game definitely kept my interest and the way the gameplay was set up, only added to the challenge and mad it more worth while playing for me. I think that anyone that has a slight fascination with dragons or anything of that nature would like to play this game and at least take a peek into it.
Summary: I bought this game at Best Buy approximately $18. In my opinion, it was worth it. You begin in training and then proceed to begin fighting the Molki. (Hope I spelled that right.) To control your Dragon, you have to tilt the controller. When fighting, you can either go physical using mainly circle and triangle. Most of the time, I found myself spitting fireballs at enemies or releasing a blast of flame.
Summary: if you have looked at this game before on store shelf and thought about buying it. let me tell you that this game is alright but it is not worth the amount that they are asking for this game. i will admit that this game does something pretty impressive with wireless six axis controller but that is it. the game gets a little repeatative at times. it was a good idea to use the six axis controller to steer the dragon that you ride in the game.