DRAGON'S DOGMA: DARK ARISEN - XBOX 360
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- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Não
- Idioma : Inglês, Inglês
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 19.05 x 13.72 x 1.52 cm; 113.4 g
- Número do modelo : 33074
- ASIN : B00B59MXDM
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Also, what is the point of upgraded a fighter to whatever the next thing is? The buttons become more complicated, moves are simply different (not necessarily better) , the only good thing I can thing of is adding spells to your items for temporary benefits. Also you can't use two items at the same time like you can the fighter, the controls are definitely more clunky when you 'upgrade'. Can you just max out your fighter and be equal to battle mage or whatever they call it?
I played Morrowind back in the day, and absolutely loved traveling through the fantasy realm on foot, but here, a good decade or so later, the system hasn't aged well. This is only made worse by an unforgiving and clunky save-system that only allows one save-file per game: auto-saves are sparse, particularly in the open world, and quest failures are permanent. On top of that, your AI companions (AKA Pawns) are irritatingly outspoken, shouting about goblins and harpies endlessly while you try to take in serene views of the beautifully rendered land of Gransys. NPCs fare even worse, with abysmal voice-overs, dull visual design, and relentlessly recycled dialogue.
For all its faults, there's a really great game to be found in Dragon's Dogma. As I mentioned before, the game world is vast and diverse, and the combat system is nothing short of wonderful. Boss encounters are excellent, and often revolve around scaling the beasts for effective take-downs (à la Shadow of the Colossus), really adding to the game's immense sense of scale. DD also offers a wide variety of character classes and impressive skills that can be switched up at a whim for a more flexible gameplay experience catered toward your personal style.
Dark Arisen also delivers a terrific bonus for those who invest time and effort into the original campaign: the added setting of Brittleback Island is challenging and rewarding, with plenty of baddies and secrets to conquer as well. It's a great value packaged with in an already amply packed game: players willing to look past the more trying aspects of Dragon's Dogma will find a lot to love here. A rough but ultimately excellent experience worth checking out!
After about 8-10 hours of gameplay I can already see that this is a great title. Heck, I already feel like I've gotten nearly 30 bucks worth of enjoyment and I'm still in the earlier portions of the game. As a veteran of Dark Souls (having beaten it twice with 2 different classes) I can say that there are some similarities. That's a good thing. Dragon's Dogma doesn't seem quite as polished in several ways (combat not as varied, quests/lore not as good) and does not have the online interactivity with other players like Dark Souls, but it has strengths in other ways. The pawn system is really cool and original, and having lots of NPCs and a large city to interact with is a good change of pace. You don't feel alone in this game the way you do in Dark Souls... And difficulty is more relaxed than Dark Souls. So basically I'd say it is as much fun so far but less hardcore, but not to a fault.
My character is a ranger and it's been a blast to level him up. Character customization is quite varied, the game world is very engrossing, combat is fun... Just a whole lot of good things about this game. I do wish that multiple save slots were available, otherwise not much to complain about. Overall, the game is definitely 5 star worthy, especially if you're someone like me who had never played the full game. Now, if I were not new to this game, I wouldn't be thrilled to fork out this much cash just for an expansion. But heck, as much as I'm enjoying Dragon's Dogma I'm sure I would do it anyway!
***UPDATE - After 25+ hours of play, I had to write an update. It's safe to say that this is now one of my favorite games all-time. The quest line has gotten good (about half way though I believe), and some of the boss battles and random mini-bosses that ambush you in the fields of Gransys are amazing! I would suggest that any fan of action RPG's pick this game up as soon as possible. It's that good, I'm shocked it wasn't more highly publicized! The main criticisms I've seen of the original game by the way, are both resolved in this release. Fast travel works now thanks to many available port crystals and the eternal ferrystone. And pawn "chatter" can be lessened by using the knowledge chair. Kudos to Capcom for this gem of a game, looking forward to more sequels or DLC!!
Fairly diverse and engaging combat thanks to the multitude of classes available, which is complimented by the Pawn system, allowing you to build a mostly AI-controlled party to support your particular play-style. Furthermore, you can switch your character specialization easily for a fair in-game cost, allowing you to explore a lot of what the combat mechanics have to offer, even on your first play-thru.
The Pawn system is perhaps one of the most elegant features of the game. On the surface it's very simplistic, but there's enough customization available to provide a unique and engaging experience. It's sort of a combination of Goofy & Donald in Kingdom Hearts + your party in Dragon Age, but more streamlined and, in terms of AI, a heck of a lot more competent.
Despite an equipment upgrade system, armor and weapons still suffer from "Sword of 1000 Truths" syndrome, so expect to spend endgame-->NG+ acquiring BiS, especially if you're a min/max sort of gamer.
As far as atmosphere goes.....
Decent voice acting and a spectacular soundtrack. Story is predictable, but it suits the game, which succeeds in creating a classic "medieval" world. Fans of early Final Fantasy games and the Legend of Zelda series won't be disappointed. There are plenty of interesting landscapes to explore, adding a bit of mystery and lore to the world. One complaint, the cut-scenes do go overboard at times, nowhere near the level of games like MGS4, but it does interrupt game-play flow here and there.
All in all, if you're looking for a fun action RPG, DD goes above and beyond. Plenty of quests to keep you entertained, tons of items to explore, a great system for character customization, etc.
For you Dark Souls fans who ended up here: The game's controls are sharp, responsive, and consistent. Enemies don't require anywhere near the same level of the reactive play-style inherent to DaS, but combat is genuinely fun and engaging, and is especially enhanced by a classic "medieval" world and an exhilarating soundtrack that kicks in at just the right times (think Gwyn or Artorias theme). While the same level of challenge isn't necessarily intended (e.g. the game allows you Pawns, allows you to pause to heal, there is BiS gear, etc), you easily can adjust your playstyle/add restrictions to create a rewarding experience.