- Summary: Legends of Persia is an Action RPG Adventure which incorporates bloody battles, item usage, character building, and storyline incorporation. The storyline revolves around Keykhosro, the son of the Persian prince Siavosh, who in the name of his father’s blood seeks to take revenge upon Afrasiab, the king of Tooran. … Expand
Jun 8, 2014so i enjoyed with the game play specially in boss fights, there are really well designed and really really challenging, and i enjoyed the most in final level with the wizard.
game play at the first of he game is abit boring but when you get to level 4-6 it becomes really full of fun for hard core gamers.
with out magic you can not do any things, i think you should first learn how to use it, at first that is abit complicated,
and finally cut scenes were awesome awesome.… Expand
Jul 8, 2014If you purchase this game expecting Diablo III or Torchlight II set in a Middle-Eastern world, you will be horribly disappointed. I backed the game on kickstarter thinking it would be exactly that - a mid-east Diablo II clone. Initially I was put off by what seemed to be an overly simplistic game, as everything seemed to be rather generic. However, if you play on, the game gains more complexity - equipment gains stat modifiers for example. Legends of Persia is actually a fairly decent ARPG.… Expand
Jul 4, 2014While the game does start out a bit rough, the constant updates, the interesting story and the fact, that it's a nice Action-RPG, should make every Action-RPG lover take it for a spin.
There's no denying, that the game has a couple of flaws (typos mostly, which I'm trying to send to the devs), but in my opinion the game is satisfying for an indie project.… Expand
Jul 4, 2014Legends of Persia isn't a bad game but you have to like the genre. If you like to explore a world and love to see your character grow, you will like this game. If you're looking for an RPG, it worths to play
Edit: after two days playing the game, I should add something more. The game has problem just in first 20 mins, I donno why they didn't care about it. After next lvl, I enjoyed skills, criticals, equipping items and ...
If you can play more than 20 mins, you will enjoy it.… Expand
Jul 24, 2014My first experiences in this game
When I first started the game (after the settings, which kinda confused me with the "switch attack/run buttons" and the fact that it changes the resolution if you uncheck the fullscreen option) I watched the intro cutscene just to realize that my mouse speed has been altered (sped up)....is that supposed to be like this? and if yes? WHY?D:
anyway, i chose one of the character appearances (an actual model or a bigger picture would be nice...its quite small you know) and got started. I skipped the cutscene, got a loading screen just to experience....another cutscene. yay. Skip again. I found myself in a small town without a clue what to do (which was probably my fault as i skipped so much) so I run around looking what I could do. Shortly I finally knew what was meant with "attack/run buttons". Just...why couldn't it be like in most of the other games of this genre? why do you NEED to have 2 buttons for attack and run? I don't see the point. You can't change it either :/. Anyway, after a while I found someone with a "!" above his head. Thought i would get just a textbox i could click through to get some fast information but nope, another cutscene.(which i skipped. Is everything involving a dialog a cutscene in this game?I just want some quick info i can scroll through, not a cutscene that takes ages for each sentence :/)
After that, I finally got my first quest (or rather my second, as my first was to find that person as it seemed): get some gold. Now that (while searching for something to do) I already found some gold from destroying some debris etc. I actually thought my quest is already complete (since that guys "!" didnt change. could have been greyed out...). So after some reading in the quest log it turns out i have to go to some graveyard south east of town. first i thought it would be outside of town, buuuut it wasn't. after some enemy bashing i got tons of gold, brought that back to the quest-guy and got my next quest: An escort mission. yes. (everyones favourite).
so apparently i didn't know where to go, had suddenly the choice to get some kind of minion (which i just realized that those are fighting for me after reading the description of the LAST of them...)....oh and they also cost gold which hasn't been mentioned anywhere (didn't see it at least). after a while the to-be-escorted guy died and i had to start over, which was the point where i quitted.
- why are things like "character"-button, "skills"button etc. in the skill bar??? they are neither skills nor items, so seperate them from the bar!
- i have NO CLUE what skills actually do damagewise. is 20 dmg much? does it scale with my other stats? what dmg does it on the next level? what level is required level up that skill? those infos are mandatory imho
-why does it tilt when i scroll in/out?
-could leave the city only with several tries as it felt like a forcefield stopped me from proceeding (maybe a bug?)
-clicking dropped items while npcs follow you is a complete mess. their boxes are HUGE
-also, also...why do dropped weapons have to be so gigantic?
-dropped misc item would probably be better displayed as a small bag instead of something that looks like a treasure chest full of potions (looked at least to me like one on first glance)
overall this "full game" rather feels like a pre-alpha of an early-game. Sorry but 20$ is NOT an appropriate price for this game.… Expand