Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Surprised I liked it as much as I did..
A to the K, Amazon
28 August 2012
Summary: I am a big fan of Baldurs Gate and Neverwinter Nights as well as dungeon crawlers and RPGs in general. Trying to get away from all the Japanese inspired titles out there which just become a little aggravating to me after a while I picked this one up. I had read all the mixed reviews and thought it would be OK. I am currently at a level 12 character and every time I pick this up to play I can't seem to put it down until my battery is dying.
Summary: The game is easy to play but a little sketchy on the effects of the skills and spells. All in all, This was a good choice for the PSP. If you get this from Gamestop be sure to get the printed manual. It is very important to chose your additional skills as you progress.
Summary: Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade I can't get enough of this game! One of the most addicting games out there. Supper fun, even though game play is quite repeitive. But if you want to play a classic DnD style dungeon crawl game, this is AWESOME. Great price, great gameplay, great game.
Summary: This is a fairly pedestrian top down hack and slash game. It is also one of the first releases for the PSP. The colorful and clear graphics spotlight the strength of the psp. Though the game was your basic get a quest, go to a dungeon and find what you need and return to the person who sent you. I never got bored with it. There are a fair number of monsters and bosses to keep things interesting.
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.
This is a great handheld game, but it could be better.
Harold Corbin, Amazon
28 March 2006
Summary: This is just my third game purchased for the PSP, and because Diablo II is one of my favorites on the PC, this seemed like a good choice for some fun gameplay on the go. For the most part, this is a fun game... but a few things are missing that have made the experience a bit frustrating at times. I think the game would be better if the Map view included a compass. There are many times when I was exploring a level in search of a certian baddie or another gateway...
Summary: I love this game, very fun to paly and it dosn't get old. i play this before school with my friends and we would all help eachother out. i think if you like roleplaying games like Diablo then this is a great game for you. The graphics are great also.