Summary: This is one of those games that I just really enjoy playing and can't seem to figure out why there's so much hate for it. It's not perfect but 5 stars means 'I love it' and I do. Now that being said, I bought this game when it first came out and I didn't like it. I actually ended up selling it shortly after, at just a $5 loss.
Summary: Let's start off by saying I did commit to a lot of research of the game before hand. However going off of past experience with game's that were supposed, 'bad' I ended up enjoying them when I tried my hand at them. However sadly enough this, was not the case. I suppose it was a waist of money. I figure since I've gotten my 'wonders' for this video game', cleared that that is a pro to this supposed "game" of many cons.
Summary: I've played this, and beat it. The storyline itself isn't all that long, but if you take your time and build up your character then it can last at least a few weeks I'd imagine. It's hard to talk about any one specific thing about the game itself, so I'll put it in terms of pros and cons. Pros: -Better controls than it's predecessor.
Summary: I prefer this genre of game to any other, it's just my niche for enjoyment. Its similar in color saturation (or lack of) to Skyrim. I suppose, Amalur stands alone, for now, as a 1st/3rd person AAA RPG title with vibrant colors throughout, but which can still make you tremble in shock and fear from time to time. I did have a few hangs and reboots in 2W2, but it seemed to recover.