Check out the praising comments from Bryan Konietzko, Mike DiMartino and Yaacov Barselah regarding PlatinumGames and The Legend of Korra video game.
I played a few minutes of it and it looks like a really good game. I just have to finish Sleeping Dogs and Middle Earth before I move on to it.
the reviews until now they aint that good http://www.gamespot.com/rev... http://ie.ign.com/articles/... except this one http://www.destructoid.com/... still gonna get it tomorrow, love the show. and for 15 euros its not that much
I just had it out with IGN's reviewer Dan and he compares it to Open world games...a hack n slash action game compared against two open world brawlers. They're not even remotely similar. To add to that Dan ignores that both Batman and Shadows probably cost around $40 million plus to make and cost the consumer $65 where as Korra probably cost $3 million at most and is going for $15. How much money does Dan think a licensed title should cost to get the most from the IP. Dan reviled that he is a fanboy of the show so that makes him very biased and overly critical...and that means take his score and review with a lot of salt. TBH I haven't picked up the game yet and I will on Thursday but I know this it's $15, new and it's by Platinum Games so I most likely will get more than my moneys worth.
@hiddenmission exactly, i could understand the score if it were 60 dollars, for 4-5 hour experience, but it isnt and like you say it shouldnt be compared to full fledged games. this game is more like a fan service and fan that im i will get it.
Well even though it's the creators, it's good to see not everyone hates it.
I really don't get the love for this show....even Avatar
What is there not to love? It's a excellent series.
I played the game. And its fantastic. Cant believe it got low scores in IGNorance. Lot of content for a $15 game.
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