... recommended it. I like to do a little research before I buy my games, but in this case I took a chance(just because it was on special, for $9.99, brand new!). I started playing and the first thing that caught my attention was the poor graphics. Alright, I could tell this much from the cover, and besides it's a rpg, so it's not so bad. I kept on playing, and soon noticed the gameplay was pretty average. I was growing a little concerned, but what the hell, it was so cheap, I could probably get my money back and a little more. But there was something about it that made me not give up. About 14 hours later, I have watched all 3 different ends (all pretty good!) and can tell you this: It won't be among the best games you've ever played, but it is enjoyable. It is all about being sarcastic and making fun of all adventure and rpg games you've played and they made a great job about it. Funny remarks, the storyteller, Bard, even the annoying song, all fits the proposal of the game, and give the player a enjoyable experience. I recommend it to any rpg lover, looking for something a little out of ordinary, something funnier, lighter.
I had really high hopes for this game. Unfortunately, the game didn't quite turn out the way I imagined I would. I have only played it for about an hour, so the game might grow on me, in which case I'll update this rev... Read Full Review
Those of you out there who belong to the "Old School" of Gamers will remember a series of RPG games on the Commodore 64 known as the Bard's Tale. For their time, they were classics, involving exploring many dungeons, an... Read Full Review