Summary: The game's story and fighting method sound very interesting. However, it never mentioned that this is a first person fighting/adventure game. While 1st person perspective is perfect for shooting game, but not for fighting game.
Summary: This is not a true RPG game. It is a scripted Adventure game with scripted leveling up. If my expectations were set properly, I would give it a higher rating. As an adventure game, it is fun. Most of the monsters are slow moving, so you can take your time to knock them out.
Summary: i played for a total of three minutes, then turned of the console wondering why i wasted even a cent on this rubbish. The graphics are bland and embarrassing, the character models look like something from the PS1 and the frame rate looks like a blind child was placed in charge of assuring its...
Summary: If you're looking for reasons to buy this game please read the few other, positive reviews for DMMM. I'm here to tell you why NOT to buy this game, or...if you're going to buy it, don't pay more than $20 bucks for it, at the most.
Summary: Ok I had this game for about a year and never got past the second chapter because i got bored. But today I thought I would give it a proper go to justify paying for it. I was surprised that I actually found myself enjoying the experience, the gameplay is linear though which I found to be rather...
Conclusion: i bought this game thinking it was goin to be like oblivion then i was about to buy my friend told me that it isnt a free roam i decided to buy it anyway beacuse the fighting and the magic looked cool as soon as i got home and played it was terrible the graphics are average the gameplay is abmismal...
I'm easily amused but this is an awful, awful game
23 June 2008
Conclusion: I'm really quite easily amused by games - give me a sword and the ability to hack some baddly accented peasants to death and I'm usually happy (I work in a call centre & I have to have some catharsis somewhere!) but DM:MME is awful.