Reviews and Problems with Champions: Return to Arms
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Hours of Entertainment at your Fingertips
Rea Donner, Amazon
9 April 2012
Summary: I have played this game through with several people and have never been bored with the game play. Interesting storyline and great graphics for the time period it was released as well as challenging levels for more experienced players make this game good for mature and teen audiences.
Summary: great game. better graphics then the frist one but a little shorter. still get at least 40 hours of game play from this game just to play the story. lots of hidden qeust/puzzles that give your champ great gear.
Summary: I LOVED this game, its more fun the more people you have! But the real fun isn't in the story line. Speaking of which, the only point in playing ANY mode beyond adventurous is for better equipment and stats, since the game play is EXACTLY the same for each level, and it gets REALLY monotonous. But since I only spent 25 bucks on this game, I definitely got my money's worth and had a blast until I got bored of it. If you want a good hack and slash game, give this one a go!
Summary: Thousands of hours of fun if you have that much time on your hands. Bought a second disk about a year ago to go with a second PS2. This way a friend can play along in the same room but online which allows the two to four players to wander around the maps more independently than if playing off-line. Quite possibly the most addictive video game.
Summary: Pretty much the same as the original Champions of Norrath, but with a few diffent characters to choose from. You can also import characters from the original Champions. Cool graphics and cool new villains. If you like the original, you'll like Return to Arms.
Summary: Still standing as one of the playstation rpg greats alongside titles such as Balder's Gate, CoN: Return to Arms is a very good game overall. Loaded with two more classes to play as (I might add that they do not feel like a copycat of any of the others), making a total of seven to choose from. Tons of different spells that stay relevent through out the game keep leveling a constant goal, even if you did just level. Each class has it's own battle style that feels unique.
Summary: I love this game, it's absolutely one of my favorites and I would recommend it to anyone who is into fighting games such as these. It's a must-have for me personally. Some features about this game is that you can customize your character (which is a big deal for me), you have different levels to go through and when you finish, you can start a new game with the same character and make him/her even cooler than before!
Summary: For those who like "Champions of Norath", this is a good sequel. For those who never played the first game, gameplay is similar to Diablo 2, but with joysticks. The development team has improved a few issues since the first. For example, we spent MUCH less time looking around for small hard-to-find items, and a lot more time hacking and slashing (aka more fun).