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
Summary: I know this post is a little late since thelimited edition has sold out...But the normal version is available for US$ 23.89!! BARGAIN and region free! It's a fun hack and slash RPG level/loot grinder! Quite fun in single player but very fun in multiplayer, get a few friends and have fun.
Gorgeous characters and levels, but if you do not Co-Op, you're buying a pig in a poke.
Vincent Rey Del Mar "Vinny", Amazon
14 November 2010
Summary: Looking for a new hack-and-slash/strategical RPG game, I happened to have came across Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom. Though aesthetic, the game does fall short when compared to any of it's other hack-and-slash competitors.
Summary: Kingdom Under Fire has evolved into many things as it has transitioned from PC over to X-box and now the 360. This game is now just a hack and slash. Now that is not a bad thing for a hack and slash fan such as myself. But the game suffers from boring repetition, and a terrible story.
Summary: This game is special. If you want a KUF like the precedent ones, don't waste your time with this Circle of Doom. But if you try to understand the story between The Crusaders/Heroes and Dominion (the next to come), and if you like the Phantasy Star Online/Universe gameplay, it's made for you.
Summary: I don't recommend buying this game unless you want something that will last you lots of hours.
Pros: Decent graphics, cool characters. Fun to get stronger (hp,mp,luck). 5 unique characters.
Cons: Same boring monsters in each level just with different names, colors, and power levels. Annoying to obtain new skills/spells. Can only equip 2 spells at a time. 1 button combat. Absolutely 0 story.