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Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom (PS3, 360) – Reviewed
7 September 2013
Excerpt: A hidden gem? Or a waste of time? Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom was developed in Japan by Game Republic the guys known for lesser known titles such as Folklore and Genji: Days of the Blade. Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom tells the tale of paradise lost and friendship overcoming all odds.
Conclusion: There is a piece of dlc for it, but as far as I know it doesn't add any levels just new weapons for Tepeu and new outfits for the Majin. I do recommend the game though, especially to the JRPG fans and the puzzle hounds out there.
Excerpt: I have weak tear ducts; it's one of my very few flaws in life. I cried the other week during Mrs Doubtfire, and bawled like a baby after being forced to watch Marley and Me. I don't even like dogs.
Excerpt: Majin is a fantasy adventure game where you have to rely on an AI-controlled ally throughout the entire game . Now, I know I lost most of you with that but give the game a chance and it might just surprise you as much as it did me.
Excerpt: Action adventure game Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom could have been a classic, but, due to a heap of minor niggles, it doesn’t quite manage to hit the mark. Fans of Team Ico’s games, the eponymous Ico and Shadow of the Colossus titles, should be happy with Game Republic’s take on the genre, where...
Conclusion: Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom will unfortunately be overlooked by many, which is a real shame. It's a game that deserves attention and recognition as a sweet-centred fairytale adventure with beautiful locations and great gameplay. All in all, Majin is good, wholesome fun and well worth seeking out.
Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom – Review (Xbox 360)
21 December 2010
Conclusion: The combination of the likable characters, good story, good puzzles and some of the issues like loose controls, easy combat and issues with stealth even out to make the game pretty average.