Summary: Magus is more or less 2014's Ride To Hell Retribution, only it's not as annoying or frustrating like most really bad games. In fact it's ridiculously easy. The story and writing are beyond atrocious, it's like an idiot tried to create clever one liners that don't fit at all in a medieval setting,...
Summary: It is kind of crappy. Bad graphics, mediocre game play. Possibly the best dialogue of any game which makes up for alot of the bad parts. Laugh out loud funny. Be warned that you are going into this game ironicaly or not at all.
Summary: Well, what can I say, it's a mediocre game, it was fun for the first hour, bat after that, meh that was a bit annoying, the story it's boring and absolutely bad, and the graphic..., it's true that the graphic doesn't count in a game, but man..
Magus is absolutely brilliant in it's own moronic way.
Catherine Donovan, Amazon
3 March 2014
Summary: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, do you like bad games? Of course you don't, you toss. But do you like so bad it's good games? If so, Magus is the best of this example since Deadly Premonition.
Summary: If like me you were looking for something to hold you until Dark Souls 2 comes out, don't look here. You'd be better off having your friend Butters freeze you until DS2 comes out. This game is deficient in so many ways. Aksys should be ashamed for putting it out.
Summary: I picked this up at a local shop and it's terrible. I can't believe a game like this even saw a release, let alone a full blown physical release in retail stores. I would love to know what the publisher was on when they green-lit this. It must be some pretty fabulous stuff if it made this seem good.