Summary: Haven.... Haven Haven Haven...... What to say about this game. This was my first play-the-entire-game-in-one-sitting-because-poor-are-we-didn't-hav-a-memory-card game back in my younger years with my cousins and this game honestly but does not completely disappoint.
Summary: Haven: Call of the King is exactly the type of game they do not make anymore. This is because boring cookie cutter shooters have taken over the market, and left adventure games like this in the dust. You will notice that games like this tend to get bad reviews from users.
Summary: One thing that Haven offers is an insane amount of variety in the "gameplay." Like the description says Haven has a lot of different types of levels - you'll fly on a jetpack, control cannons, race, engage in car combat, roll in a ball (like super monkey ball), rhythm type (like parappa), and...
Summary: Haven: call of the king, tries to be a platformer, shooter and adventure all in one. The problem is that it does not succeed at any of these elements. Another thing that annoyed me was the fact that it claims to be a free-form game, when clearly it is not.
Summary: Look, if you're into any kind of platforming game at all, whether it be Jak and Daxter, Spyro, or Ratchet and Clank, then you will like this game. It has awesome voice acting, cool cutscenes, great gameplay, good graphics, and most of all... IT'S $5!
Summary: It's not often that I regret spending a mere $5 on a game...but this game really makes me want my $5 back. The graphics are cheesy (worse than some ps1 games), the dialogue is corny, the music and sound effects are irritating.
Summary: The first day he got the game he said that it is not a good game, but after he play it for an hour hr changed his mind. Now he really loves this game, it makes him think what he really likes to do.
Summary: I've read many bad reviews for this game and either I like bad games or the other reviewers never really gave this game a chance. As a fan of platform games, I know what I like and don't like in a game, so I was a bit skeptical about 'Haven' trying to be several gametypes rolled into one.
Summary: In Haven, you travel to all sorts of places on land, sea, and sky. It's very good they give you the missions so you know what you are trying to do. I really liked most of the platform parts, like going into temples and riding the spinning fans.