Drakengard 3 Review
It's technically awkward, hard to look at, and sometimes tedious to play. But Drakengard 3's distinctly strange and fascinating world, characters, and structure make it a one-of-a-kind experience.
I haven't reviewed a game in a long time, but Drakengard 3 requires a cathartic exposition. Let's get the good out of the way, since that's a short list:The GoodGood voice acting other than Mikhail, and I can forgive the... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Let’s get this out of the way; this game is very, very… Japanese. It’s designed to appeal to a Japanese audience as well as anyone who enjoys Japanese games, and wastes no time alienating everyone els... Read Full Review2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
What the hell happened to Square Enix... Their games are getting worse every time they release something new. I have to admit I haven't played previous DG games, but I played many JRPGs released by SE, so I thought that ... Read Full Review2 of 5 users found the following review helpful
The story goes straight to the point : Zero, one of the singing maidens supposed to bring peace and prosperity, wants to kill. No one knows why, but she's firmly decided to decimate all her sisters in the most brutal pos... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
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