Reviews and Problems with Pryzm Chapter One: The Dark Unicorn
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Awful, awful, awful
Ed Conley, Amazon
11 June 2006
Summary: This game is just horrible. Levels are boring and uninspired. Player control is weak (jumping, using magic). Enemies are not difficult to beat, just annoying (they instantly come back). Gameplay is repetitive. Destroy a flower, then another, and another, and another...
Summary: i liked the game at first but it got really repeative and bored me. So i quit playing it but i liked it for the first couple of levels. to be honest the only reason I bought it was because i LOVE unicorns and its the only game i seen with a unicorn in it. I bought it tried and learned my lesson.
Summary: Wow. The controlls are really hard! One side of the controller contols the unicorn and the other side controls the mage. If that wasn't difficult enough, dying is quite easy as if you don't destory the enemies in a certain amount of time, they come right back.
Anyone who tells you to get this game, isn't your friend
11 June 2006
Summary: Why am i writing a review years after this game has come and gone? I'll tell you why, because i was interviewed at a local gaming convention and a kid asked me what the hardest game i ever played was.
Summary: Overall this is a pretty good game to play if you have nothing better to do on a weekend. The storyline was decent and it didn't have those incredibly long cut scenes. The reincarnating enemies got a little old but all in all it was a good game.
Summary: I saw the reviews for this game and i wish i would had taken the others people's advice. I am glad i only payed $2 for it. This has to be one of the worst video games i ever played. I thought it would be great because of the unicorns, but i was way wrong. The controls were terrible.
Summary: This game could have been so much better if it weren't so dang impossible. The controls don't help; they're hard to get ahold of. The enemies' constant regeneration wears on your nerves after a while. Also, some of the scenery is so dark, you can't actually see what's going on.