Reviews and Problems with Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom
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not what i was expecting in gameplay
J. Melgar "Melgarifico911", Amazon
5 October 2013
Summary: the developers had the right ideas but executed poorly in fun game play. some puzzles are just a waste of time trying to solve them, even after checking out the cheats. the game can frustrate you at how long it takes to move from one stage to another at times. The graphics are outstanding a long with the characters but even that can't save the bad game play.
Summary: I really thought this game was going to be fun. I was really wrong, terribly wrong. The graphics are absolutely terrible. and wow, the voice acting could not be worse. I almost wanted to mute the Majin character because he sounded so bad. As well as the little animals you randomly talk. I couldn't believe they would release something like that to the video game world! Basically the whole game consists of, I don't know, say 7-9 open areas that just cnosists of puzzles.
Summary: Majin is a deceit game that I would recommend to everyone. Its rated T for Teen which has always been my favorite rating so no reason it shouldn’t appeal to most people. Not only does it help boost your trophies/achievement score if your in to that, but it’s fun. I unlocked the Platinum trophy in less than 23 hours. I admit I did go online for hints, but still that’s pretty quick. After a few hours of gameplay it started to feel like Zelda a little.
Summary: The visuals of this game are very pleasant, but I find the constant prompting by NPCs telling the character what to do next a little obvious. It's a great game for kids or people just getting into gaming, who want to be guided through a story.
Summary: Excellent. Brilliant. Majin has one of the best voices for a creature that doesn't exist in the real world. You will mock him while playing, but then you'll be in the kitchen and your wife will ask you to do something and you'll be like, "I can't dooooo." Totally Majin'd her, Awwww yeah.
Summary: The game it's pretty average, i mean, no huge fight, bosses are kind of interesting, regular enemies, not so much, puzzles are fun and interesting, not really challenging, no clues given, which is great since you really have to think about ways to defeat enemies and keep moving forward. **Spoiler here, game have two endings, the regular and the true ending, but the true is, that for me, the true ending sucks...
Summary: A good game. The graphics can't hold a candle to other recent titles, the voice-acting sometimes comes across like a B-list movie and puzzles aren't mind-benders. A charming story, competent mechanics, whimsical score and great exploration all work towards something more than mediocrity.