Reviews and Problems with Wizardry: The Forsaken Land
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D&D on PS2
16 February 2008
Summary: I felt like I was playing a Dungeons and Dragons Campaign instead of a video game. You have the traditional D&D classes, races, similar spells, and a huge whopping dungeon. Sure, you can't go anywhere else but the dungeon in the game, but there are multiple levels and town-affiliated quests.
Summary: This is an RPG for true fans of the genre. Over the years the RPG format has been skewed for a less patient crowd with each game trying to add some flashy gimmik to impress those that have no imagination or patience.
Summary: This is deffinatly one of the better RPGs that I have played. The character interactions are cool. The whole trust system and the group attack and defences are outstanding and add a whole new dimension to this type of RPG. One of this years best.
Summary: I have played countless role playing games on various consoles throughout my years so I would consider myself faily well versed in this genre. While this edition of Wizardry may not compare graphically/musically to our well respected Final Fantasies for some reason this is one of the few role...
Summary: The text is written a litle too akwardly, and with bad wording. Not the best graphics. Overall I woudn't recomend it to someone who isn't either an RPG fan or realy into the series...Final Fantasy 8 happens to be my favorite in the series.
Summary: Don't plan on it. It is bad. You will be in a bland environment, with graphics made for the N64, then you will be in a story that doesn't involve you or anyone! Awesome! Not only is there no motivation, but there is a boring game! Take for example, save points.
Summary: I finally completed Baldur's Gate:Dark Alliance, during which I had received this game. The manual looked like it kept the elements of the original games (which I even went back and replayed last summer).
Summary: Wizardry combines the great graphics with an original outlook for RPG games. The character you create is personalized, the characters in your team can have character conflicts, The adavanced fighting system will allow for mutiple battles, and over a hundred new weapons.
Summary: This is your classic RPG of building of characters, finding treasures and slaying everything in front of you. In less than a week, I have probably played more than 30 hours on this game and I'm not even close to completing it!!!