Reviews and Problems with Untold Legends: The Warrior's Code
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Melvin Hunter, Amazon
26 July 2013
Summary: I have the first one and I love it. I have not beat this one yet and have not played much of it yet. I used to own this game when it first came out. I decided to get it again and beat it when I'm done with others.
Summary: Well Done!Not only is this game a higher quality rendering ,graphics wise,but the scene-byscene is more advanced,the game is designed to be so difficult as to be un-completable ! PROBLEM... I got to second stage assult from Outpost and game track froze to not allow next stage to be acccessible .
Summary: a great dungeon-delving game. good range of character-options, each with unique ability and equipment sets and combat animations. the characters can be a bit small on screen at times, but they blow up nicely for the cutscenes (if you look closely, you'll even see that they're lip-synced). controls are easy to get the hang of, although the gameplay is basically attack button-mashing. the story has a few twists that bring you to a good range of environments.
Summary: I liked this game. Brotherhood of the blade is my most favorite game of all, so switching over to this one was a little harder. The controls are different from Brotherhood of the blade so sometimes I get a little lost. I got stuck at the last of the four bosses in the temple (if you haven't played it yet you'll know what I mean when you get there). There aren't ANY walkthroughs that I can find, so I can't really play the game now.
Summary: I got this game because of the infrastructure mode, but when you try to log in using your registered name, it won't work. The only way you can play infrastructure is through an anonymous login. They really need to work on their servers... Other than that the one player game is pretty fun! It's not too hard to learn, and I like how your HP regenerates continuously. It really helps because they don't give you many health potions.
The Original Was Great (Multi-Player was Awesome), This One Tops it (ON-LINE Multi-Player)
S. F. "meefirst", Amazon
16 December 2006
Summary: OK, so I was a big fan of the original. It was a fun way to kill some time at the gym, or waiting in line for a movie, or on a trip in the car. And if you had a friend with a PSP, even better! The two of you could mix it up for even more fun. Now, with Warrior's Code, they take it a step further.