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  • Blog Post: Fast , Hack and Slash Fun...

    I'm sorry but this game gets a full 10 in scale for the price when it came out back then.And also for the rich game play mixed with hack and slash very friendly game play.If not almost perfect controls.Video game developers take a lesson from this game , FUN .Does anybody remember when games were... More
  • Blog Post: Reckoning The classical masterpiece.

    This game has magnificent Graphics,Sound Art,Best of all the fighting. In the start your dead being held on a cart about to be dumped then suddenly as your dumped you wake up around bodys of dead people. The Name of the place you have to find out of your own =p. The best part about this game is after... More
  • Blog Post: A great fantasy RPG!

    KoA is a great game, hands-down. The gameplay is fluid and looks great. The RPG upgrade system is very easy and fun to mess with. The graphics present bright, vibrant colors in a great, new fantasy world. The sounds are great as well. The variety of the quests is great and all of the loot, weapons, and... More
  • Blog Post: An action-RPG to be Reckoned with

    Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is a title has been in my sights ever since I stumbled onto its trailer. Well, this game turned into a pre-order for me at that point and I have had a lot of time to sit down and get to know this new fantasy RPG title over the last 100+ hours. Before I get into the specific... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning: Perfectly Uniting Action and the RPG

    Gameplay is one of the most important features of a good game, especially when it comes to the action/RPG, so why is it that it is often the weakest part of an otherwise amazing RPG? Mass Effect's combat falls somewhere between great third person shooter and great RPG, but never quite reaching either... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Amuarl Reckoing: The next big open world RPG series might be here.

    When you here about Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoing you might thank its a Elder Scrolls rip off and well it might compare more to World of Warcraft than Skyrim. When you first start playing KOAR your dead. When you come back to life due to the Well of Souls and make your way through the first level and exit... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Fails To Reckon

    Before I started up Kingdom of Amalur Reckoning, I was completely skeptical about what 38 studios was promising to bring to the table. Even though 38 studios was founded by Curt Schilling, a former Boston Red Sox’s pitcher. It has some impressive talent behind the game, which drew my interest towards... More
  • Blog Post: Love it.

    I've been waiting for a game like this to come to console. Despite what the actual reviewer wrote, adding a bit of hyperbolic, harsh words like "plague," I did not have these issues with my copy. I had a few sound hiccups, but come on. Let's be real here. Skyrim wins the award for anything... More
  • Blog Post: Review for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

    I have long waited for an RPG with an MMO feel to it. Kingdoms of Amalur is exactly what I've been waiting for. Reminding me a lot of WoW, I really enjoy this game. It's like a mixture between Fable, The Elder Scrolls and God of War. The games execution battle wise is extraordinary, stealth is... More
  • Blog Post: Pretty Good game, Breath of fresh air

    While it may be lacking in some small aspects , such as the somewhat linear gameplay, what makes up for it is a great and fluid combat system, very good stealth (Which is rare in rpgs), and satisfying reckoning mode executions. Overall, I am satisfied with this game. More
  • Blog Post: Engaging but not quite there

    While the combat was fun the other elements of the game seemed under utilized. At no time did I ever feel that my character was threatened and even at the higher setting it seemed to take longer not more deadly. This was the only time that I felt that I was actually 'grinding' in a non-MMORPG... More
  • Blog Post: Reckoning Review

    As much as I love the exploration and discovery in massive open-world RPGs, their unintuitive combat systems have always tempered my enthusiasm. Intense, fluid combat and large scale RPGs always seemed mutually exclusive, but "Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning" successfully bridges this gap. While... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

    Yeah it does have a couple problems, but nothing I would seriously consider for TOO long. This game is seriously fun without being dragged down by its few flaws. Although it is not open-world like Skyrim but the scenery is beautiful and and the story well written, this may become a well-known series... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Fable Reckoning

    I picked up the game on release day hoping it would live up to the high expectations Bioware has set for RPGs. The gameplay was on par for me. Though my biggesrt problems were with the gameplay and the camera work. I really hoped more RPG's would try to work in the favorites menu that made equipping... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms Of Amular Reckoning Review

    So far i like it mostly because of the really fun combat and the story is pretty interseting so far i think. I find the art style too cartoony for my taste but that doesnt matter to me as much as the gameplay and story. The game will defintley keep me occupied until ME3 comes out. More
  • Blog Post: Just to disagree with GI, again.

    Look I don't have time to write an in depth review of what is my favorite RPG in 15 years when I could be playing it. I just wanted to get a score and opinion out there to counteract the *** from GI. The story is more engaging and interesting than anything I have played to date. The areas, crafting... More
  • Blog Post: Reviewing a demo?...Realy?

    I am sorry but each time I read one of gameinformers reviews I am more and more let down. The reviews are constantly bias or uninformed and this is a perfect example. I picked KoA last night and have loved every second of it. The game brings a breath of fresh air as the combat is very entertaining and... More
  • Blog Post: Great game

    I know that people love to tear new games apart by new developers. It's easy to be overly critical anymore with all the great games that come out. I for one thoroughly enjoy KOA Reckoning. The combat is better than any other action RPG on the market. After spending several hours with this game I... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (the demo)

    Curious about this game I downloaded the demo onto my Xbox360 to try it out not knowing what to expect except for what I had seen from the Video's and screen shots. Initially I had hoped It would be the kind of game I would enjoy for hours on end. However, to my surprise the demo was short lived... More
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