Summary: It's a fun mindless hack-and-slash. No grinding for experience as there is no level in the game. Your stats are automatically raised after in game chapters are concluded. Kind of a let down there as it makes it impossible to have a truly powerful character. Overall a decent game but it has it's flaws.
Summary: I think this game really has the gameplay going for it. It is a hack and slash that is silky smooth. However there is a constant repetitive vibe to this game, going to the same locations to kill the same monsters, to get the same items. The weapons also are pretty repetitive with most of them looking the exact same as the last, I want a game that gives me variety in weapons. The armor/card system also is really annoying.
Summary: The game is great dont get me wrong but it lacks one of the most key features that i like in most games and that is free roam but if your not a free roam kind of person and like grinding for better gear its still a very rewarding game.
Summary: I really wanted to love this game, but I cannot find it in me to say that. I enjoyed it, and it was fun but it got really old fast. It is a continuous grind of just slaying monsters to get to the next area. There is no exp gained, no leveling or state increases based on what you kill. It is a purely loot driven MMO/Action RPG. As I said before, I enjoyed it but I generally enjoy these type of games. But among my large game library it just doesn't make the cut.
Summary: this happens a lot in games in general there isn't enough information about the CD like (it's an American copy) or (a European copy) cause it makes a deference when downloading (DLC) related to the game if the PSN account is (EU) and the game is (American copy) then whatever (DLC) related to the game that I buy is going to be useless cause it's not gonna be installed and also the language of the copy
Really meant for Co-op that simply isn't there (but really should be!)
D. E. Forester, Amazon
11 January 2013
Summary: This gets called an RPG by more than a few folks. It's not; it's a straight up action game. That said, it does feel a bit more RPG than other action games. The graphics are pleasantly cartoonish without losing the action vibe, framerates are consistent, and combat clips along at a good pace at all times. However, the combat seems a touch too difficult for a lone casual player to handle.
Summary: This game is well developed, and has a decent combat system. The main problem I had with it though is that it is really not very good for anyone who plays single player a majority of the time, like myself. Graphics are OK not excellent. I had a mediocre time, its worth a rent, unless you have a bunch of friends with Vitas and this game.
Summary: I preordered this game in high anticipation for a good RPG/Dungeon Crawler. I played the hell out of Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (even with DH:A's shortcomings, I still feel it's a stronger game than this one,) and this game was long-overdue! At any rate, I finally had some time to sit down and play this game. The initial impression that I got was fairly positive. The graphics are gorgeous, environments are pretty and the music is nice.