Kingdoms of Amalur - Reckoning
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"...no matter what you're looking for, whether it be amazing gameplay, immersive storytelling or perhaps a riveting new world to explore as you fully customize and re-customize your character at will, Reckoning has it all." - IGN.com
"Top-notch combat with a real punch, Fantastic, flexible character advancement, Some great-looking creatures, Extensive world with tons of stuff to do and lots of monsters to fight." - NowGamer.com
A Massive World to Explore, Filled with Epic Fiction and Rich Storytelling
• Uncover the secrets of Amalur in hundreds of hours of immersive gameplay, from the vibrant city of Rathir to the vast region of Dalentarth to the grim dungeons of the Brigand Hall Caverns.
• Rescue a world torn apart by a vicious war and control the keys to immortality as the first warrior ever to be resurrected from the grips of death. Turn your lack of a destiny to your advantage and harness fate as a weapon.
• Explore deep levels of lore in a universe steeped in 10,000 years of fiction created by New York Times bestselling author R.A. Salvatore.
*Intense Action Combat *
• Customize your play in a dynamic combat system that delivers some of the most intense and responsive action ever seen in an RPG.
• Seamlessly integrate magical and melee attacks as you take on scores of enemies in grand fight sequences and finish them off with brutal Fateshift kills.
Choose Your Destiny With Customizable Classes
• Build the character you’ve always wanted with the revolutionary new Destiny system that allows you to continuously evolve your character class to your style of play.
• Create and modify your hero with millions of combinations of skills, abilities, weapons and pieces of armor.
Kingdoms of Amalur - reviewNeapolis47 | Aug. 9, 2013 | See all Neapolis47's reviews »
The title has a component GDR really wide thanks to a series of spells but most of armor and weapons really immense, the paraphernalia is improved due to the presence of different types of weapons: long swords, swords, hammers, chakram, fae blades, daggers and bows. Inolte you have a large number of skills and the presence of cards of destiny that will be used to outline the main style of the character. The technical sector is very good thanks to a series of dungeons richly detailed, colorful and varied even though the graphics are hampered by a number of bugs and designed by polygonal models of characters lacking in detail. The sound is the highest level with great samples and with a soundtrack reminiscent of the Lord of the Rings. The game world is vast but not fully explored, and wide exploration is felt but too linear. The story captures immediately the player thanks to a well crafted storyline but to be mistress are secondary missions, able to keep the player glued to the screen for several hours. Finally Kingdoms of Amalur is a great game but is penalized by the lack of a true soul staff taking different elements from RPG noble, some game mechanics reminiscent of Skyrim, the gameplay is very similar to that of Fable, the graphics are similar to that of World of Warcraft even if characterized by a lot more detail and plots and the music all too reminiscent of lord of the Rings.
Good game though with flawsDemilisz | June 11, 2013 | See all Demilisz's reviews »
Kingdom of amalur isn't bad and it is sad how this game and it's developers ended. To put it simply - it looks like someone wanted to make a MMO, but at one point decided to change it into singleplayer instead. There is large world, many generic quests and even more monsters to kill and grind on them. You just do this alone instead of with friends. It is generic fantasy universe with immortal elves, division in them and now bad elves are trying to conquer the world. The nice twist is a class system (three basic: mage, warrior, rogue and many subclasses for this three and their combinations. Each class and subclas has their special bonuses), here called Fates and it is probably the brightest side of this game. Outside that - you are again Chosen One, special for some reason and must save the world, so plot isn't that special (though you may be interested tofind why you are special).
Worth trying, if you don't mind a lot of slashing.
Awesome RPGkokosabre | Feb. 3, 2013 | See all kokosabre's reviews »
Kingdoms of Amalur - Reckoning is a really good RPG with the good graphic,with its really good crafting system and awesome combat system.The only problem is that AI isn't so good but nobody is perfect.And also maybe they could increase the difficult since I was full might with skilled crafting and all crafting gear and Hard wasn't really that hard.But the RPG is must have or at least must try and if you choose the second you gonna have a bad time for not buying it.
Great gamedondiablo29 | Dec. 7, 2012 | See all dondiablo29's reviews »
It's a shame this most probably won't get any sequels, but I'd call it the offline World of Warcraft, because the world seems much more similar to an online one rather than a game like Skyrim. Amazing combat system, a little light on the story though, but great customisation
Awesome and long action RPGoginer | Nov. 7, 2012 | See all oginer's reviews »
I really enjoyed playing this game. The controls feel very responsible, the combat is awesome, fast placed and looks and feels very good. Graphics are not outstanding but the art direction is very good, special mention to character design. And long, this game is very long, specially if you do all side quests. There tons of maps, all of them quite large, although there's a lack of variety in them.
The story is just your average fantasy tale. It has some nice touches, though, and there are some decisions you can make that change the outcome.
The biggest problem with the game is that it gets way too easy because the drop system is somewhat broken. You sometimes get a piece of equipment that's just way too overpowered for the level you are.
Very enjoyable game overall, which will give you tens if not hundreds of hours.