VGW's Will Harrison finds that Vanillaware's Dragon's Crown is all style and little substance.
I am 60 hours on this game and I finished 1/6th of the game but I am still going. lol will probably play this game for another 240 man hours more... the online co-op is so much fun! one of the greatest games ever made.
"The skill system becomes redundant once players realize that upgrades do nothing to change the way each character plays in a meaningful way." (sigh) Reviewer either played the game for an hour or didn't play at all. "Why bother when you can just as easily progress through dungeons by standing in one spot and pressing the attack button ad nauseam?" If you stand still and spam "attack" you die pretty fast unless you're playing the first level. I think we played a different game... Anyways, I don't care that the author didn't like the game but at least tell the truth in the review.
didn't read the review and if that was in it then I'm pretty sure its not the same game.
lol man no i wont comment on bs
Not sure if this is click bait. Its not perfect but the amount of support vanilla ware has given this game in post launch patches and improvements I would sure buy another game from them.
this reviewer has no clue about gaming. the only way to resolve this is take him the way of old yellow
Yeah okay, just beat the ancient dragon on inferno by standing in one spot and mashing the attack button, tell me how it goes. Really now, that reviewer probably only played what, 1 hour of the game?
Even if he played only 1 hour of the game, surely you can't finish the 1st stage only by "standing in one spot and mashing the attack button". It's really sad to see people like this reviewer can called themself as "video game journalist".
this game is masterpiece, 9\10 from me, review is BS
The reviewer is a joke. There should be a requirement before posting a review like getting the platinum trophy or maybe beating the game on inferno mode. That would make it a legit reviewer instead of spewing nonsense after playing it for about an hour or two.
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