Summary: This is a great game, I love this game. I have been waiting for a game like this to come out. This game combines history and great graphics. The only thing I would change is that I wish it had more levels in the middle east. And the voice of death sounds fake. I wanted to fight in Jerusalem and the game doesn't end there. Other than that the entire game is top notch. It is definitely a great story line and they could make a sequel because of how it ends.
Summary: Coming from a huge gamer, this is one of those games that I am glad I stumbled upon and even more glad I had the chance to play. The game is one of those we would consider "Cheap" games. This means that the game itself did not cost much to develop and it tends to show throughout the game. There are bugs and minor glitches here and there, but overall this has to be one of the best hack-and-slash games I have ever played.
The Cursed Crusade, Not as bad as it's made out to be.
Jack of Blades, Amazon
22 January 2012
Summary: I had a lot of fun playing The Cursed Crusade, I found the gameplay quite enjoyable and rather addicting. I couldn't stop playing the first night when i started the game. The graphics aren't as good as most games that came out recently but I don't care about graphics and i don't think games should be judged badly because the graphics aren't amazing.
Summary: The Cursed Crusade came out of nowhere and totally surprised me. I picked it up at game stop for 14.99. The game is essentially a low budget version of Assassins Creed, but there is much more sword play and bloody carnage. This is what a sword fighting game should be like. The graphics are good, not great, but who really cares? The story is solid, the voice acting is decent, and the ability to play in two realms is awesome.