Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
Game Over Online
8 June 2015
Excerpt: Untold Legends is a game that's received kind of a tough break. It really stems from some strange belief that Untold Legends was going to be something completely different than what it ended up as. In other words, people thought it was going to be something that it's not.
Excerpt: With fast-paced, hack 'n slash action, randomly-generated environments, monsters and items, beautiful 3D graphics and wireless cooperative multiplayer gameplay, Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade offers a compelling, on-the-go gameplay experience never before seen on a handheld gaming device.
Conclusion: The first major gripe anyone will have to say about this title is that the loading times are too long. Well you have to realize that the handheld is cd-based, so loading times are expected. Though 12 seconds can be a little bit too long, when it comes to this game, itâ€™s all worth it.
Excerpt: When I rented this game from the local video store, right after I handed over the money, the man behind counter said, "Yeah, this game kinda sucks. I hated it." In my mind I was thinking, "Nooo! I just wasted 10 bucks on something I have to keep for a week!" I will say this though.
Excerpt: Advertisements currently declare that one in every six PSP owners has a copy of Untold Legends . Bummer. Legendarily boring, Untold Legends was intended to help the PSP hit the ground running when it launched alongside the system. It “hit the ground” alright, and freaking stayed there.
Conclusion: In closing, I would urge you not to buy this game until you see it in the sale bin for 14.99 with Madden 04. It wasn’t worth the 40 dollars the first time around and I would seriously have a hard time paying the 15 the second time around.
Excerpt: It's all about the body count. While right-wingers and the more excitable sections of the media work themselves into a frenzy over GTA's badly-animated fornication, Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade sets about being controversial in an altogether more traditional way.
Excerpt: As a fan of hack n’ slash RPGs, it doesn’t take much to get me into a game like Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade . Just give me a sword, some magic, and a few health potions, and point me in the direction of the nearest horde of enemies.
Excerpt: What comes to mind
when someone mentions the words 'action RPG'? Do fond memories of Link
and his 'never ending quest to save his boyfriend' permeate your
imagination? Oh wait, that's Xandir from 'Drawn Together'. My bad.
Sword of Mana perhaps?
Excerpt: Guardian: ?I must find the Lair of the Sleeping Wolf beneath the Gasping Caves in the Riven Flats of the Badlands. There is an ancient guardian there know as the Savage Matriarch who safeguards the urn!? No problem, I?ll just equip my ?Fierce Crested Warblade of Brutality?