Child of Light -- The Future of the RPG

"I was about twenty hours into Kingdom of Amalur: Reckoning when I made the realization that there was absolutely no way I was ever going to finish the game. No, the game was not bad; in fact, I thought the gameplay of Reckoning was very well put together and the loot system was very engaging. The baseline story is said to take 40+ hours. However, since I was doing most of the side quests, exploring the Faelands in its entirety could take nearly 100 hours. This realization made me put down Reckoning. In this day and age, with so many games being released and with so many games on my backlog, I could not afford to spend 100 hours on a single game" -- Nintendo Enthusiast.

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Bigpappy1611d ago

If a game is truly great (Morrowind)100 hrs is not enough time. I played that game almost a full year.

Ocsta1610d ago

I just finished up putting 130 hrs into Dark Souls 2. If the game be worthy, you simply won't WANT to leave its world behind.

isthe1610d ago

I'm glad somebody said it, grinding SUCKS, but to be fair, there is a sense of pride that comes with knowing you worked hard to make your character strong and make them grow. I guess it's all about finding a balanace

Gamings_Last_Legend1610d ago

Game had absolutely brilliant graphics. Loved the battle system as well!

N4Flamers1610d ago

I loved child of light. Im currently on ng+ hard mode. It does so much right but it has its flaws. The biggest one is not having manual saves. There is only one autosave that is prone to being corrupted if your game crashes... also the game crashes a lot. Ps4. I recommend backing up your saves often.

I wonder why they went with only 2 characters on screen at a time? 3 would have made more sense because there are plenty of all inclusive spells that only cover the two people out but I always switch the caster, this leaves that person I just switched to unaffected.

Oh well great game and I loved the music.

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