Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
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What not to do in an action RPG.
AvangionQ "AvangionQ", Amazon
25 June 2014
Summary: This game is a single-button button-masher, pure and simple. There's little to no strategy involved in play, just pick your two best weapons and hack and slash through the enemies until you run out of stamina, use a health potion as needed, wait a couple seconds and repeat. There's a charge feature which makes combat a bit more interesting, but it is learned way too late into the game to save the simplistic combat system.
Summary: The game has a few characters to choose from, each has different abilities such as magic, warrior, assassin type ... However, it seems no difference of who you chose. Besides the fighting style or type of weapon uses, there is no specialty about the character type. For example, Celine is supposed to be a magic type. What magic? She does not have any, but fights with a melee weapon like anyone else, except she is slow and weak.
Summary: hands down geatest hack and slash of its time its old now butstill is fun the gameplay mechanics are awesome the graphics a little lacking but it was made in 2006 what can you askfor bought for 5 dollars at gamestop but its atleast a ten dollar game for its age