Prequel to Nier. Incredibly dark even with censored localization.
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Summary: Drakengard is a game that requires determination in order to have fun. The graphics and sound are meh, the controls and camera are difficult to get used to, and it requires a guide to get the most out of it. The creativity and grimness of the storyline and the flaws of the main characters are the real reason to play. Things are bad in the world of Drakengard, and the game shows you how worse things can go from there.
Summary: A must-play for any Cavia fans. Unparallelled craziness. There'll never be a story as willing to outright shock a player like this. The gameplay can also be quite addictive if you have a high tolerance for tedium(guilty as changed).
Summary: I played this game back when it was first released on the PS2. Initially I thought it was going to be terrible, but I knew Square Enix was always god for a story. After you are introduced to the dragon you begin to get a back story on Caim. If you prefer games with "sunshine and rainbow" endings then Drakengard is not for you. Now, if you want a game with a dark story and will ht you with a case of strong emotion I HIGHLY recommend this game.
Summary: at first this game seems boring but after you level up a weapon and the dragon it gets real addictive. it is a very repetitive game with little strategy involved. you only need to figure which weapons kill the bad guys the easiest. also you need to know when to use the dragon for aerial attack. just remember level up the dragon too because he can do great damage from the sky. there are too many weapons to really master all of them.