Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade
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Still Great, Perhaps Underrated Somewhat
Will T, Amazon
19 June 2015
Summary: If you've ever played Champions of Norrath/Return to Arms for PS2 then you'll definitely like this game. This game today is still a cool action/rpg game. The main gameplay is simple but yet cool and fun.
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!
Summary: I picked up Untold Legends because a friend of mine who I used to play Champions II with told me it was the same thing. It really is, and this is not a bad thing at all. It is an interesting adaptation of it, done very well on a portable.
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.
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!
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. I am playing this game for a second time. Takes me months to beat, a real surprise since it was made for a portable system. I am not really into RPG's with the exception of the Star War's Knights or the Old Republic 1&2 and this game but I really enjoy this game.
Summary: If you like Action RPGs, chances are you will enjoy this game. Brotherhood of the Blade gives you a Diablo-like perspective and game-play with out overwhelming options. You get the standard level points to distribute, and spell points to allocate between different spells and attributes (similar to...
Summary: This game is a HUGE fun hack'n'slash that is amazing. Here's why: Graphics: 4.5/5 the graphics are amazing featuring detail on every monster and item you encounter, and even individual translucent snow on some levels.