Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
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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.
Conclusion: This is a heavy hack and slash game with light rpg elements to it. It's good fun for a few hours, especially if you like playing co-op online with a few buddies who have this, or meeting some new online killing buddies.
Could have been better, but still fun with friends
Michael M. Dilley, Amazon
23 March 2008
Summary: If you are looking for some co-op fun with some friends over xbox live this is a pretty good game. If you are looking for a deep and involving rpg, or the old KOF action rts forumula this isn't the game. To me it feels like a mix between Gauntlet and Diablo.
Summary: This review was written by my son, James Shea A radical departure from the rest of the Kingdom Under Fire series, "Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom" changes the series from a RTS game with some hack-and-slash elements to a pure hack-and-slash.
Summary: Combat animations are why I had to find this game again. It becomes a grind quickly and the music is dark (a little too dark, sometimes dull and monotonous), but the combat is addictive. If you were expecting a tradition KUF game, this isn't the game.