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.
Summary: this game has got to be by far the worst game i have ever played graphics are choppy and cheap looking. the controls are inverted on this game witch makes game play very difficult at times and the constant pressing of the start button to get to in game items is very annoying. it is a very hard game to get into it is not an enjoyable game to play at all.