Reviews and Problems with Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom
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GaminSince86 , GameStop
31 July 2013
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: 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.
Summary: at first i was like man its so stupid but i have got too say it haunted me the combat is not the best but hey who cares the land is awesomeit was fanstasy ilove it havent beaten it yet but the puzzkes are simple once you figure it out then your like why was i so ignorantto miss thati love beating up the darkness for no appernt reason its just fun sneaking arouund or just head staight into combat so yup it awesome enjoy ...
Summary: I grabbed this game on a whim during a sale at Gamestop. Didn't know what to expect but the description just drew me in. And I have to say it certainly did not disappoint me. It's a fun action-puzzle game and overall I had a lot of fun playing it. If you like Ico this game is definitely for you. And it's not expensive which is a plus.
Summary: I'm addicted to this game as the player got to do the double team with the Majin (player's Buddy) to do things and in combat in order to proceed the game. The combat design is brilliant and creative, not like others that only hack and slash or got to in certain skill level to beat the boss. It's all about techniques and tricks to maneuver the objects available around and work with your buddy, which I think is logical as a thief (player) character.