Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Like a psp version of Gauntlet Dark Legacy!
14 February 2014
Summary: Let me saw that this game is like Dark Legacy, the most awesome ps2 game we have! Now I have a game just like it! When you start, you can create a costume character! Then you get to up grade him or her by giving them special stuff! Then, when you beat the first level and get armor and that, you can make your guy naked. It is also a multiplayer game and any saved game can be used in multiplayer!
Summary: Untold Legends is very similar to games like Baulder's Gate and Champions of Norrath. SOE does a pretty good job with the game, but there are a few problems. There is virtually no storyline, the framerate bogs down in multiplayer, and the automatically generated levels are pretty poor. Just look at the game as what it is: a mindless hack 'n' slash.
Summary: I was really excited to play this game, but rock 30 games apparently does not test their products before they ship them because the game did not work. My psp wouldn't even recognize the disc because it was in improper casing. Aside from that, the disc had "disc 1" on it, but it was the only one they sent me so there must have been another disc that they did not include.
Conclusion: This is more RPG than action/adventure. I love this game. Got it when it first came out and completed it a few weeks later, doesn't take long to complete but that's what most PSP games are like. i still keep going back to it though. A lot of reviews say it is rubbish but I for one really enjoy it and the overhead view has no problems.
Summary: This is the first game I purchased for the PSP. I did enjoy it. For the first month I played it that is. The game does have some entertaining battles and quests. However, it just never ends. Every time I thought I finished the final quest, it suddenly generated nine more for me to complete. Don't get me wrong, I love the RPG and have always loved the Genre, but every epic must come to an end sometime. The quests began to get very tedious after a while.
Summary: ...and I think I am close to being done. If Sony allowed "infrastructure" connections, this would be a much better game. I don't ride a schoolbus with a bunch of kids who all play this game (I have not ridden a bus for over 30 years) so the wi-fi feature is useless to me. So far, every maze in the game can be negotiated with a "follow the right wall" feature.
Summary: Although in the begining this game was a little frustrating, it proved to be interesting and challenging. Most annoying thing is the load time. However, I do like the fact you can save at any point.... just remember to do so!