Average User Score: 8.4Apr 4, 2015This game quite simply sets new high standards in the world of computer RPGs.
If you were into old school cRPGs, you must absolutely play itThis game quite simply sets new high standards in the world of computer RPGs.
If you were into old school cRPGs, you must absolutely play it (old gamer from the times of Ultima VII, Baldur's Gate and Planescape Torment here). But even if you never played one of those games, you should definitely play Pillars of Eternity as well. Because it does much more than just offering an old formula, it innovates and rethinks an old formula to offer a new modern RPG experience.
Games like this tell you what an incredible experience you can have by investing into amazing writing quality over voiced lines, incredible stories over mainstream movie-like tropes, hand-painted landscapes over flashy 3D and FX, world building and immersion over cheesy entertainment. It's the difference between being amused by something and being fascinated and involved by something. There's nothing wrong in being amused, but you got to try the difference once in a while...
As a side note: those who reviewed and gave 0s to this masterpiece have just left a record of their absolute incompetence at evaluating games. Everyone has obviously a right to an opinion, but dumb and incompetent opinions speak much more of those who express them than about the subject of their evaluations...… Expand
Average User Score: 7.9Aug 28, 2012This game is fantastic, a milestone. Not only the overall level of quality and detail is above almost any other MMO in the market, but it alsoThis game is fantastic, a milestone. Not only the overall level of quality and detail is above almost any other MMO in the market, but it also innovates the genre in many ways.
No more single task, static questing, but a living world where events are not waiting for you to click on an NPC to happen: you explore, you see things happening, you join them and your actions have consequences.
No more gear grind: both in PvE and PvP, you won't need to farm gear for ages just to be able to join the action. At max level everybody is on the same gear level, the outcomes of the challenge is determined by your skill, finally.
No more being pigeon holed within one single class role. Every class can finally be ranged and melee, healing or dpsing. Shift your weapons, manage your countless skills, dodge and parry the incoming attacks. This is finally an engaging combat!
No more waiting for a healer or a tank to show up: you want to do that dungeon with 5 warriors or 5 necromancers? You can, it works.
No more subscription fees: you by the game and you play it as much as you want, at your pace. Content will be periodically added, and it will be free. You just have to buy the official expansion when they will come out.
This game is different in mechanics, is gigantic in scope, is beautiful and intriguing. Do yourself a favour and don't miss it. It's not "marketing" or advertisement. It's how the game is, as a matter of fact.
(Final note: I read some of the few "0" rated reviews here and I am appalled by the false information they spread. One thing is expressing opinions, one thing is spreading clear lies. Only 5 skills? False. I cannot play with my friends? False. Give the game a try, you'll see by yourself what's true and what's false...… Expand
Average User Score: 7.3Aug 13, 2011It's true, Cut the Rope: Experiments doesn't introduce any revolution on the successful formula of its predecessor, but that's a good think,It's true, Cut the Rope: Experiments doesn't introduce any revolution on the successful formula of its predecessor, but that's a good think, since the previous episode is quite simply on of the funniest games on the AppStore. After they added in time dozens of new levels to the original Cut the Rope for free, it's perfectly reasonable to see these new puzzles introduced as a new release with a small price. Only downside may be that it is relatively simple to complete it for the expert players, but it's still much better than games that impose an unbearable difficulty just to cover the lack of actual content.
In my personal opinion, much funnier than Angry Birds and more engaging than Tiny Wings: if you are looking for something simple, cute, entertaining and addictive at a very small price, look no further.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.3Aug 5, 2011Wonderful graphics and music quality, all along with an extremely smooth and varied gameplay.
Sure, the game is relatively short, but it hasWonderful graphics and music quality, all along with an extremely smooth and varied gameplay.
Sure, the game is relatively short, but it has an above average level of re-playability, since you can strive to get all the hidden bonuses and try to maximize your gameplay with one of the three characters available.
Moreover the major point some reviews brought at release (a little expensive for the play time it offers) is now definitely moot, since you can easily find the game at a discounted price (and it means that it is now extremely cheap...).
If you have any minor interest in platforming or fantasy or just generically nice-and-easy games, I cannot but recommend Trine...… Expand
Average User Score: 8.6Jun 11, 2011With Dragon Age Origins Bioware showed quite well that when it comes to telling a story and putting you at the head of it, their are still theWith Dragon Age Origins Bioware showed quite well that when it comes to telling a story and putting you at the head of it, their are still the best around. Someone could complain that the interface is not perfect, the graphics now always top level, the battles somewhat repetitive after a while. But in the end what makes the game great is that you have a run through a wonderful story while meeting truly memorable characters which will hold a place in your heart all along those from your favourite movies and books. And this is something which largely compensate for every minor flaw, making it rather irrelevant...… Expand
Average User Score: 7.5Jun 11, 2011World of Goo shines on many accounts: excellent graphics which rely on a refined and imaginative artwork quality, an atmospheric soundtrackWorld of Goo shines on many accounts: excellent graphics which rely on a refined and imaginative artwork quality, an atmospheric soundtrack which confers a unique feeling to every stage of the game and, above all, an original and varied puzzle game style which poses a different challenge every time you face it, while still keeping the playing time compatible with a quick grab-and-play session.
The game also does offer a specific online multiplayer option, which will put you in competition with all other players in a specific building task where your resources are available proportionally to your performance in the single player campaign, giving you reasons to come back to it and find out smarter solutions to levels you already completed.
It's honestly sad to see such uncontroversial features to be denied by someone. That's very misleading, since they are clearly there.
The only negative element I could point out is that playing the game on an iPhone poses some challenges which can be slightly annoying, since sometimes your fingers will just obscure your sight of details which could be useful to precision tasks. Nothing unbearable, anyway, and somewhat rooted in the characteristics of the device.… Expand