Reviews and Problems with Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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Sub-standard Fetch quests.
25 March 2014
Summary: Not good. Voice acting is terrible. Characters and quests feel like a bad MMO fetch quest. Combat everyone is raving about is not that exciting. Many games have done this genre better, felt like a step back compared to the games Ive played lately.
Summary: This game is a fairly lame duck of an rpg. It primarily involves hacking multiple enemies and doing numerous repetitive quests. The gameplay is fairly enjoyable but once you've done a few quests and developed your character it just loses its charm sadly. It's fun for a week, in other words I'd rent this game rather than buy it.
Summary: The fighting mechanism is really good. The map is good and there is a lot of things to do. The main problem for me is that i don't have time and i don't want to play everyday. And because there's so many side quests i didn't have a chance to get really involved with the story so i get bored.
Summary: I really was not blown away by this game, the vibrant colors, oversized weapons are great, but i did not feel myself drawn into the game, like I am with other RPGs. The controls are very basic, the sheer amount of quests going on at one time is a little overwhelming, the speech/interaction sections are dull and tedious. On the plus side, the story is long, and the areas to explore are huge.
Summary: Bought this as read online it is similar to Fable which I love. The start of it was good, but not far in I got stuck trying to kill some trolls and spent 4 hours on one bit, having still not completed that part I gave up. Such a dissappointment!!
Summary: Well! my title says it all! Please don't get me wrong but this is like eating a great burger without the buns .This game has everything you would expect from a good game and more... Great graphic designs, great story line ....all the bells and whistles you would expect from a rpg game but thats about it...! Soon when you realize everything you do has no consequences of anykind or any meaning to it ... it just becomes plain dull.