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This is a solid game, it is underrated in my opinion. Its a cross between modern Zelda and say Minecraft. I would take it over Minecraft any day. I bought it mostly for my son and glad I did. He really likes it. The only real knock I have on the game is it does not give you destination points like say Skyrim/Witcher/Assassins Creed. So he gets stuck at 10 years old, figuring out how to get materials needed for crafting, what needs to be upgraded to craft needed item, what items are needed to create other items, where to go to finish some quests. In this aspect it causes getting stuck issues, especially for a 10 year old. The game is rated for 10 and above and the content is fine for a 10 year old. Its just as I said, the adult games I listed above do a better job laying out what you need to do to advance your character and give you way points to get things accomplished better then this game. If they did better in this area I would give the game 5 stars.
Item is as described. Arrived on time. Brand new, unopened packaging. This is a Christmas gift for my grandson and I hope he likes it. I will try to update my review after he gets it and I find out what he thinks. Thank you.
This is an amazing game in the era of ever fading couch co ops. Great gameplay, and plenty to do as you progress through the story, item crafting. Different take on minecraft with sharper graphics, only let down is the horrendous amount of bugs and glitches that crash game on you at random.
I am not a gamer, but rather a mother and elementary teacher in her mid thirties, and I love this game. Somebody mentioned that if Zelda and Minecraft had a baby, this would be it and well...I have never played Zelda or Minecraft, but my kids do and they couldn't agree more. We don't play Halo or any of the other first person shooter games in our household (much to the dismay of my husband) but this game is a nice alternative for us. We mostly play it multiplayer, either dad teaming up with one of the kids (he's a ranger, the kids are all warriors) or me (I am a mage). It's really fun playing it together as it teaches children to communicate and also compromise (you take the heart, let's go here,...).
- Characters: you decide whether you want to be a Warrior, Ranger, or Mage - they all come with different strengths. I am a mage and LOVE working on my altar to make spells, wands, etc. but my kids love being warriors. The real strength appears when you combine the characters and play together. - Graphics: it's super cute and cool at the same time. There is lots of room to be unique, and I can see this be a great outlet for non-conforming youth. It's not heavily gendered and my kids absolutely love that they can pick and choose. - Variety: Worlds come with different "enemies" such as parrots, mummies, slime, etc. and you find different resources in them;
Could do without:
- The glitches :( we have to go back to title screen a lot during two-player mode bc one of us freezes or it says online system failure. - Red portals - not sure where to get the red portal shards for the red portal(s). - Only 2 multiplayers - unless you play online, only two can play at the same time on one XBox. I wish they'd make it like Minecraft where 4 can play at a time.
Overall, the game is extremely fun and even younger kids can play it. It's one of those games that the whole family can play where you laugh and cry together :)
Great for a casual gamer or kids. My 6 year old loves Minecraft, Slime Rancher and has been trying roblox and trove. This is his new favorite. Bringing in some of the building aspects and also RPG elements that are easy enough for him to figure out. Fun for the whole family.
Portal Knights is a great game which channels the creative building of Minecraft while including the storyline and quests of your favorite rpg. From my young son, all the way up to his father, our entire family enjoys this game.