Baroque: Not the genre you think it is, but great if you like this type of game.
Bridget55 , GameStop
3 March 2009
Summary: First of all, it should be known that Baroque is not a true RPG or a "Zelda"-ish game. A lot of people jump into this one thinking that that's what they're gonna be getting, and that's just not true. And then they get all disappointed and annoyed at it. Baroque is a Roguelike.
Summary: Liked this game. First RPG I've played. Little annoying if your not familiar with how they work. Once I became familiar with the game it turned out to be really good. Great story concept! All in all a good game to play!
Excerpt: Age Rating: 12+ - violence, language. Other console versions: Wii, Saturn, PS1. This is not a multiplayer game. Can be bought new for £7.97 on amazon.co.uk and new and used at around £8+ on ebay.co.uk.
Pros: Great plot, graphics and voice acting .
Cons: Can be repetitive and confusing at some points .
Summary: Have you ever played the bonus dungeon in one of those action RPGs (the ones with real time fighting) that you only get to play at the end of the game? You know, the kind with 99 floors that go down and down, getting progressively harder with no way of escaping unless you die and start again?
Summary: I got this game thinking it would be really good, after all it's about a sort of "what's left of the world" kind of feel to it. I mean the angel looking things are the bad guys in a sense. This game makes no sense what so ever until you get to the end.
Summary: Oh dear, what to say about this game...The cover is really cool o_0 But seriously this game is geared toward a VERY specific group here. It is a dungeon crawler, and when you die, say goodbye to all your items, weapons etc.. Part of the game is to die in order to reveal more story. Not my favorite.