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Submitted by Rowland 968d ago | review

Paste - Dragon's Dogma Review

Paste: Dragon’s Dogma manages to tread that fine and often wonderful line between genius and insanity. Beguiling yet frustrating, it’s akin to a difficult relationship.

You’ll want to quit but you’re never far from a moment that draws you straight back into its punishing embrace. That might sound clichéd but I’m not sure that I’ve ever played a game that better embodies that analogy. It’s punishing, but that’s not necessarily a flaw. (Dragon's Dogma, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.2/10

Rowland  +   968d ago
I'm about 13 or 14 hours in - the first 8 or 9 hours are very very dull but as you persevere & progress more and more features open up and as you become more familiar with some of the complex elements this has now become a very engaging RPG !

anyone else have any thoughts ?
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