Summary: This game is something that you'd expect for a PS1, not a PS3. Treasure chests are almost nonexistent. While playing coop with my husband, the camera angle stays far above us so it looks down on our heads and most of the time we can't see our characters because all the trees are in the way. Can't say what it's like in one-player mode since we've only played it once. I did like the way equipping and upgrading your items and skills works.
Summary: I love Videogames. and for that reason, you should buy this game, because you love videogames. It definitely is old school, but there is a strong quest story backdrop, the music is awesome, and you can play it locally,,especially since you cannot play the online element anymore. I Liken this to any Top down dungeon game, from baldurs gate to champions of norrath.
Summary: First the good. The story wasn't too general, and you didn't really get involved with your character's story too much. Combat was simple, but despite this you could implement strategies and skills more suited to specific enemies. Not too much customization, but for a 2006 game the variety isn't that bad. The bad... well, I'll try to limit what I say. First off, the camera will kill you more than anything.
Summary: Before you start your quest to save what remains of Dureth, you have to choose from three possible heroes to play as. The warrior, the scout, and the mage are pretty standard fantasy archetypes, though in practice, their abilities aren't too different. The characters have standard weak and strong attacks that can be chained together into multihit combos, and they can also block and dodge incoming attacks and throw enemies within grabbing range.
Summary: Okay, for any one who hasnt played a game in the Untold Legends series, allow me to make it easy. The games are along the lines of PS2 Baulders Gate, and Diablo 1 and 2. You garden veriety over head hack n slash game play. There is of course a few of us out there who like this style of game play. If I want an epic, thought provoking story line, BioWare has a billion games to choose from.