Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Christopher Deweese, Amazon
17 September 2007
Summary: I never could get in to this game. I think the "top down" view just didn't seem right to me. Plus the graphics aren't all that great. This game basically fell into the large pit of boring PSP games that everyone complains about. I can't think of any redeeming qualities that this games possesses. It's just boring.
Summary: Its an okay start on the psp for rpgs but its very boring fast. You constantly do the same thing which is. To go to some underground place and kill the boss. Thats all you do the entire game. This game is like its unfinished. It needs more to it not just constantly killing stupid bosses. The characters you can choose from arent any greater then the rest of them.
Summary: I got this game a few months ago, and stopped playing after the first week. It's semi-entertaining in the beginning, when at least you die a few times and enemies are hard to kill. After level ten or so, it's just boring. I could kill pretty much anyone, including bosses, in under three seconds, rarely having to use health potions. Even the final boss wasn't hard. So if you enjoy running around hitting "x" as much as you can and watching people get mowed down..
Summary: Untold Legends was the first game I ever played for the Sony PSP, and frankly, it didn't make for a good first impression. Being an adventure game, I expected a deep, intriguing story line with many interesting characters and a really sinister bad guy. Unfortunately, what I got did not satisfy my craving for a juicy handheld adventure.
Summary: Do you really like Diablo II or Baulder's Gate Dark Alliance? I mean like as in, its your favorite game, the first thing you put into your system, and you simply can't stop playing it? Then you'd love this game. Otherwise, skip it. Untold Legends is simply a very standard Diablo II clone that offers absolutely nothing new to the genre.
Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade (PSP): Incredibly routine
7 February 2010
Summary: Brotherhood of the Blade is a clunky game with a clunky title; it is mildly diverting but ultimately unoriginal and unimaginative. There's nothing here that hasn't been executed better elsewhere, and so it's difficult to recommend unless you're VERY bored. The ropey premise revolves around having to save your home from hordes of evil skeletal monsters as the "Guardian" of the town.
Conclusion: The story line is the only thing this game has going for it apart from that everything lets it down. The graphics aren't amazing and thats a compliment and its litreally just button bashing near your enemy. Id say this is aimed at the younger and easily please gaming market. I wasnt impressed with this at all.
Summary: Ich muss im Vorfeld sagen, dass ich das Spiel mit einem Berserker durchgespielt habe. Wie ich später auf einigen Spieletipps-Seiten geshen habe, empfiehlt es sich nicht, den Berserker zu wählen. Den Mehrspieler-Modus hab ich zugegebenermaßen nicht getestet. Story: Die Story ist extrem lieblos. Die Stadt Aven hat Jahrtausende in Frieden gelebt, doch nun ist eine Gefahr aufgetaucht, die es zu besiegen gilt.
Excerpt: Lo dicho x x x x xx x, y te pasarás el juego, es muy monotomo, con pocas posibilidades, y una historia algo aburrida, no es mas que matar y matar por el mundo, que tampoco es que sea fantástico. Pocas posibilidades de configuración del personaje, y nula capacidad de elección, al estilo Diablo, pero a lo cutre... Nunca me convenció Diablo, y menos me convence esto...