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Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom PS3 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: With two games already released on the PSP, the Untold Legends series has been doing the hacking and slashing business for quite sometime, but only now has the series made its epic journey to the shiny, new PS3. Making it the first time the series has featured on a fully fledged console.
Excerpt: Ah, the launch title - so full of wonder and anticipation. You know what I mean: you wonder if the launch titles will be any good, and you anticipate better games coming out for the console later in its lifespan.
Excerpt: In the last few years, the PSP has seen a couple of installments of Sony Online Entertainment's action-RPG series Untold Legends . The series has basically stuck to the PSP, but coinciding with the launch of Sony’s latest console, the PlayStation 3, is the release of Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom for...
Summary: Sony Online Entertainment's excellent
Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade brings the action-RPG genre to the PSP
in fine form. Featuring hundreds of items, levels and monsters, this deeply
engaging title should keep players occupied for hours.
Excerpt: Dark Kingdom is a solid title but there are definitely flaws. The graphics of the game are great, featuring environments and characters/NPC’s that are incredible. The water effects are simply mind blowing. Jump in the water, and the water ripples.
Conclusion: While this series made a perfect fit on the Playstation Portable, it lacks what it needs to be a successful console title. The Playstation 3 has a lot of potential, while that is known, it seems that this title doesn’t live up to what the series and the console is truly capable of.
Conclusion: Metzeln, metzeln und zwischendurch ein paar eher simple Rätsel lösen. So lässt sich das Spielprinzip von Dark Kingdom wohl am besten beschreiben. Das macht anfangs auch noch richtig Spass, wird dann allerdings leider schnell einmal ziemlich eintönig.
Conclusion: So viele Schnürsenkel, so viele Ausrutscher, da muss der Sengbusch doch grün und blau geschlagen sein? Nein, trotz meiner niederschmetternden Einleitung gebe ich zu, dass ich meinen Spaß mit Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom hatte – trotz der ärgerlichen Kameraführung, trotz der mitunter seltsamen...