Good Medieval RPGesque Game,Fun But Not Great For What It Is
Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!), Amazon
12 February 2014
Summary: The game plays a little like Assassins Creed gameplay mixed with Dark Souls though don't expect the same exact quality you got with those game still it's an enjoyable one regardless. The effects and controls are decent and the voice actors/actresses did a good job too so if you can get the game for $25 or less it's definitely looking into but mostly for fans of the rpg/fighting genre.
Summary: First off, if you are on the fence about the game, buy it and play it. I waited so long to play, because of all the negative reviews. The game is worth it, trust me. Now on for the review. The Positives: If you played First Templar, this game is way better. The collections of weapons you can pick up are awesome and the battle system is flawless. "Cursed mode" is an okay addition, I could have done without it, but the environment is visually awesome.
Summary: This is a low budget game. You can see it when weapons dropped by enemies fall through the ground, and when certain thing go flying when you bump into them, but this game is still fun. This game is even better when playing cooperatively with another player. One major downside however, is the absurd amount of cutscenes. Without exaggerating, the cutscenes in this game could make a 2 1/2 hour movie easily.
Summary: I'm fairly certain this game was made on the cheap and pretty fast. That said, despite some of the games mechanics being a little clunky here and there, TBC is an insanely fun hack n slash game. It has action packed combat and gruesome violence. So if that seems like something you would like and aren't planning on getting dropped into an epic story that you will be raving about for years this is a great game.
Summary: Despite all of the poor reviews on this game it's actually a lot of fun. Admittedly the graphics are not as good as other games that are coming out now, but I found that they held up very well and, besides a couple cut scenes, didn't degrade the experience. One place I felt the graphics truly did shine was in the Cursed World.
Summary: This game is sick i played the demo and went and bought the game but aint played it yet.. it deserves a better score than a 3 ...People need to quit thinkin every game has to be the same... this game is uniqe and way better than the average bear!! Well worth 20 bucks .Heres a vid of some gameplay.
Summary: This game is good fun,a hack, and slash game all the way through.Story is great charecters are a 6.5/10,has comedy in it and is fun to play with all the weapon combos and variety upgrades.I seen all the bad reviews but still hadta try it myself and gotta say its a game even worth $30.All in al i liked the game,its a keeper.
Summary: This game isn't the greatest, but it is worth playing co-op local. That's the main reason I bought it. My husband & I like to play co-op together, but it's not common finding local RPG games. - The graphics are pretty decent. - The game is pretty repetitive; pure hack & slash. - Wonderful history story line. - Local co-op. - Character customization when you beat a level. - Multiple weapon customization. This game is a pure hack & slash like I mentioned above.
Summary: I downloaded the demo for The Cursed Crusade while trying to sludge my way through the mess that is Hunted . Man, Bethesda shoulda called Atlus, because for everything that was wrong with Hunted was pretty well fixed with TCC. Apparently I wasn't the only one who decided to hit up this little title, because within days of the demo hitting XBL, every GameStop in the area was sold out of it (Best Buy never did have it).