Summary: Really wanted to love this, with the cheeky story that harkened back to some of the better Fighting Fantasy gamebooks but after the first mission, which was mostly try to find point X on the map, I collapsed under the tedium. It's a wonderful concept, but a lot of it feels like busy work.
Summary: I enjoyed this game more than I had expected but I couldn't help but be annoyed by the camera angle and controls. I haven't played the 2nd game yet but I hope they improved them. Once I got used to it, it was fun to pillage areas, find loot, and destroy odd little enemies.
Summary: I had fun playing this game when it was on the 360. Since I've given up on microsoft's console and play on a PS3, I added this game to my collection so I could play through without my console giving me a red ring of death every 7 months.
Summary: I got this game with an Amazon credit I recieved from preordering two games which were highly anticipated. I had to use the credits in a certain time frame and I had no extra cash at the time. In the $20 price range this was the only game that I remotely had interest in so I bought it.
Summary: This game resembles Fable in several ways. One being the basic look of the game and the other being how short it is. If anything I would say rent this game if it's a weekend and you have time to burn rent it and save yourself the near 60$ that you spent on it.
Just worth getting if you get it in a bundle, such as if you get the PS3 version
24 November 2010
Excerpt: INTRODUCTION "Raising Hell" is an expansion pack for the original third person action adventure game "Overlord". This PS3 version features both the original game and the expansion pack on one disc.
worth its money... a cheap game but repetitive and boring
22 May 2009
Excerpt: This is a rather amusing game. Very cheap and definately worth its money. You play as the wench dude on the front cover (sorry am really bad at remembering names on video games) and get to summon various mignons at specific places on each level.