Reviews and Problems with Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom
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Great game, find a friend though
Andrew Mulligan "Joker", Amazon
12 February 2013
Summary: Story Well, that is hard to say, there are several characters to pick from, and each has their own reason for doing what they are doing. Most characters will, however, end up fighting a single final enemy, Encablossa. Encablossa is something of a dark lord, who controls the realm of darkness (and Nibel being the lord of light) and is trying to end the Age of Light and bring forth the Age of Darkness.
Summary: Hmmmm. The game contains all of the elements of an RPG, Leveling Up, Killing Monsters, Gaining EXP, getting new weapons and armor. The games soundtrack is repetitive, i think there is only 2 songs that play throughout the whole game. The game is pretty fun though, Lacks a story line though but killing monsters and leveling up and getting achievements and some boss battles are fun, i think its worth 10 bucks.
Summary: The wife & I enjoys this game since it has the co-op feature. It's hard to find titles on the 360 & PS3 that are an RPG with co-op. She doesn't like war games and when we have some quiet in the house after the kids go to bed we can play this. Plus, it gives me something new to do instead of playing Gaunlet, Baulders Gate, ETC.
Summary: This game is a classic hack-and-slash. While it does not hold true to the orignal Kingdom Under Fire in almost any way at all, it is an enjoyable title in itself. There are some things that tie the game down, however. Voice acting leaves much to be desired, the characters don't have their own unique skill trees, grinding can be a bit of a pain, the class quests are lengthy, but mainly enjoyable.
Getting to the end is not the objective of this game
5 November 2009
Summary: This is a hack in slash game pure and simple that is something like diablo or the more recent 99 nights. Going through the "story" is not the reason to play this game. Getting the "Best" gear is. You will play through the levels many times on different difficulties to obtain the "Loot" to create the most insane damage dealing character. Its not the type of game that you try to hurry through to see the ending or play to experience the story.
Summary: This is a great game for progressing the story of the world of Kingdom Under Fire on an individual level. This means that you don't use armies to do massive conflicts, but instead, you wander through Encoblosa in an effort to discover more about yourself, the world around you, and how to get back to the real world (like Reignier did 50 years prior to the first game).
Summary: I do not play video games. I purchased this for a soldier in Iraq and he said it is a good game. I am looking for more X-Box 360 games to send to him that have fighting, shooting, or racing as themes.
Summary: So far I have been pleased with this RPG, and it has a pretty nice set-up for Xbox Live. It's definitely a good time killer! Recommended for any RPG players who need to burn some time away. Graphics are also nice.