Summary: Reminded me of Balders Gate. I got it so I could play co-op with my grandson and although the game itself is massive and fun, the co-op was choppy. It lags often and requires rebooting. I gave it a 4 because the single player is awesome with a large open world gameplay. I would recommend it for RPG gamers.
Summary: this game is HUGE. there is alot you can do it in. it is not linear. you can play with a friend online or by yourself. i would say if you can get it at a good price you should. its really enjoyable.
Summary: I was looking for a game to satisfy my need for an on-the-couch multiplayer hack 'n slash...reminiscent of Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance, or even the Gauntlet games released on the PS2. I just upgraded to the PS3 and my boyfriend and I were having a hard time coming up with games that we could play together. I read some recommendations about this game while searching for a Dark Alliance-type game, and they were spot on.
Summary: I got this game as a present for my 27th b-day. Finally, about 3 years later..I really started to play it. Some of the interphase can be a bit annoying/hard to get used to..but you can allways go online for help. You can choose between six characters, three female and three male..each with different ways they approach combat and magic. Personally, I prefer the Seraphim or Shadow Warrior, since I prefer physical combat opposed to magic based combat.
Summary: I'm not going to get into a detailed review of this game. What I will tell you is that this is probably the most under-rated action rpg game ever. I love this game! I still play it every single day. Yes, it does have it's bugs/flaws. But what game doesn't? What other games have you played that will let you level up your character to 200? I haven't seen one, and I've been playing video games since the original Atari 2600 lol Okay, I just dated myself, I'm just sayin'.
Summary: I purchased S2 when it first came out. I had lots of fun playing my Voodoo Dryad! Its not a game for everyone I admit. I did have to look online for hints and tips on how to make the most of my game. There are some bugs, like skills not working (blacksmithing) and some CA mods being broken(Temple Guardian's Jolting Touch silver (healing) mod - heals the enemy instead of player) It HAS been patched since release, so co-op players can trade if both are logged in to PSN.
Summary: If you are fan of birdseye view hack n' slashes, then this is a great purchase. With six classes, five difficulty, and a very addictive loot system, you can potentially spend 1,000 hours per class, if you're looking to completely finish the game. Graphically, it is a bit outmoded, but still decent. If you do not game on an HD tv, however, many of the words will be difficult to read, as it is not made for SD tvs.
Summary: My girlfriend and I enjoy playing this together. She gets to ride a horse and shoot arrows at people while I get my hack/slash fix. My only complaints are that there are a few too many bands of minor roaming monsters. It gets a little annoying to have to slice through 100 little guys just to run from one town to another. They could also use more boss monsters. We've only encountered one so far and are approaching 30th level.
Great Hack/Slash RPG - Not-so-great Story or Graphics
10 December 2010
Summary: You can get reviews online with lots of details so I try to simple provide an easy-read pros/cons list. Pros: 1) Lots of choices! If you are looking for a top-down real-time RPG with full customization of your character, I don't know of any others on the PS3. 2) Online multi-player works. Diablo style, allows 3 others within a 10 level gap to join your game. 3) Large map, no forced linear story. Roam and explore at will! 4) Addictive loot collecting.