Conclusion: In short Overlord is a fun title that treads carefully on that fine line between suitable for both children and adults alike. The humour can wear thin at times, but the dialogue on the whole is very good as is the mischievous behaviour of your minions.
Summary: Sometimes Evil is just plain fun. That’s readily apparent in Overlord: Raising Hell, Codemasters’ expansion to last year’s Overlord, and the first appearance of those fiendishly delightful minions on the PS3.
Summary: “Overlord: Raising Hell” is worth buying only after trying the game out first to make sure it’s your cup of tea. If you can get into this kinda’ thing for hours on end, it’s an easy buy. Otherwise, move on to the next game.
Pros: -Somewhat unique minion-controlling system., -Pretty long single player game., -Includes all of the extra content from Xbox Live on the disc.
Cons: -Visuals are very, very “last-gen”., -Sound quality is pretty generic., -Not a whole lot of replay value.
Excerpt: Face it, deep down we all have a dark side. However, succumbing to it, or even embracing it, isn’t necessarily a decision we face on a daily basis. Not the case in Overlord: Raising Hell. Here you’re encouraged to be nasty.
Excerpt: Admit it: sometime during the course of watching “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” you wondered just how far Frodo would fly if someone hit him with a solid uppercut. Perhaps you pictured him slowly sailing through the air as the camera panned around his surprised face and paused for a...
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is If you’re tired of games where you always have to save the day and are reprimanded for doing evil, then it’s time for a change of pace. The twisted minds at Codemasters have unleashed possibly one of the best games for the Playstation 3 so far – Overlord: Raising...
Excerpt: Third parties are becoming less and less hesitant to bringing over their Xbox 360 games to the PlayStation 3. Overlord is one such example. Last year, Codemasters released Overlord for the Xbox 360 and PC.