Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Christopher Deweese, Amazon
3 December 2005
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.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: This game is no good, at first it seemed enjoyable however the game never changes and there is absolutly no plot. Every time you compleate a mission you get bassicaly the exact same mission with the names and places switched.
Excerpt: 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.
Summary: 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.
Summary: Das Spiel ist eine reine drescherei! Die Story kann einem egal sein einfach rnter in die katakomben und los gehts. Suchtfaktoren wie das aufbessern des eigenen Charakters oder der Handel mit gegenständen kommen auf ein art und weise zur geltung daas sie irrelevant wirken!