Excerpt: "Imagine a game that is all games," boldly asserts the official website of Haven: Call Of The King . With this statement, the game sets an impossible task for itself by presuming to be the definitive culmination of every videogame genre that has come before it.
Excerpt: According to ESRB , this game contains: Mild Violence. Parents have nothing to fear from Haven . The violence is not excessive, and the story and characters are wholesome. Serious gamers who have had in-depth experience with any of the genres Call Of The King incorporates will likely find this...
Excerpt: When writing a review for a game, I look for innovation. Truthfully, I mark games down for being blatant copycats. The biggest exception to this rule is Haven: Call of the King. Haven just does not do things you have already seen, it does EVERYTHING you have already seen.
Summary: I like chocolate. I like cinnamon, dill, mustard, blueberries, horseradish, garlic, thousand island dressing, and brown sugar. But I certainly don’t like them all together. Even a few of those items, in combination, could be quite good.
Excerpt: Après avoir succédé à Naughty Dog pour la réalisation du dernier Crash Bandicoot, voilà que Travellers Tales se met maintenant à copier Jak And Daxter, l'autre grand jeu du chien méchant. Avec Haven, le studio comptait révolutionner le jeu de plate-forme. Pas sûr qu'il ait atteint son but.