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I played the demo of this way back when I had an Xbox 360 but I was hesitant to get the game because I heard it was so difficult , but boy am I glad that I did and I’m glad that there’s an easy mode also. I’m having so much fun with it, and I’m very early in the game and I might start over because I failed a couple quests already by progressing the story (oops, lol) but I agree with everyone else on here I just can’t say enough about the interactivity of the game itself and the sound and the graphics and the music and everything. it’s an awesome remaster and I’m so glad it’s for the PS4 !
Still one of the best action-RPGs around. Kind of a weird story and boring quests, but the game is much more action based than games like Skyrim or Witcher 3, and does have a better combat system than either of them. Although, I am baffled why they couldn't achieve 60fps with this version. That's the biggest disappointment here. But otherwise, the game itself is brilliant, runs a stable (if disappointing) framerate, and is tons of fun. It's a good time to revisit or, as a newcomer, to finally dive in.
Now if only Capcom would stop simply porting this game and just make the sequel that so many people desire. Seems like a no-brainer.
One of my all time favorite games! The remaster isn't that great to be honest, I just absolutely love the game. I had it on 360 several years ago, and you'd run into a room, and 8 seconds later the bad guys or the characters would appear. Now it only takes 4 seconds.
The standard game is pretty good, but Bitterblack Isle is probably one of my favorite locations of any video game ever. The combat is near the top of my list (maybe just behind Dark Souls).
I actually like the simplicity of the class system and leveling up. There's 9 classes to choose from. The skills are pretty much locked into each class. Not a ton of customization, but sometimes I just want to play a game instead of trying to figure out how to allot skill points and such.
I read several reviews, looked online at various game sites, etc. I am a self-employed web-developer so I spend a LOT of time working and my game time is limited so I wanted to research a game that I could really get in to and play for a while rather than just buying to try it out and getting bored.
All the research said this was an awesome game and if I enjoyed certain other titles (Elder Scrolls series, Diablo series, etc) that I would likely enjoy this too. Because many of the reviews mentioned the same games that I loved, I probably had my hopes to high and was a little let down.
I only put in about 40 hours but even at that it comes out to 50 cents an hour of time/money so definitely can;t complain. As soon as something else caught my attention, I had no problem putting the game down. The game play, in and of itself, was not bad. I found the loot grabbing system a bit wonky and hard to see (even after adjusting contrast, etc). The battle system was not complex and easy to grasp but I felt there could have been more to it. Where I felt this game really failed was the upgrade system. Upgrading weapons and armor was not intuitive and took a bit to figure out.
One thing I did enjoy was having the ability to let others use your toon (character) to fight in their game and when you updated (slept at inn, etc) your character would come back with new knowledge. The honor system of giving used toons stuff to bring back with them fails as no one ever sends stuff back. Luckily, the experience and quest knowledge they brought back was typically useful.
All i all, a good game for under $20, but don't be surprised if something else new and shiny catches your eye and you forget all about it.
When this game was originally released on the 360 and PS3, I was too into Skyrim to care. I subsequently forgot about it, until it was free on PS Plus a few years later. Once I finally got around to playing it, I realized I missed out on what would become one of my all-time favorite games. The only thing holding it back on the PS3 was the frame rate (I got as low as 9 FPS!) and the black bars at the top and bottom (an attempt to help with the frame rate). Of course, the PS4 version is silky smooth and the black bars are gone. The game itself is an open world western style RPG, where you create not only your character, but a follower as well. You can however have multiple followers. So, how does that work you ask? No, there are no in-game NPCs to follow you, you actually choose characters created by other players! This is one of the few multiplayer features I've ever liked and I don't believe it requires PS Plus. The world is very big and only loads in towns (like Skyrim). The monster battles though are the best thing. They work sort of like Shadow of the Colossus, where you scale them and attack their weak points. What I found to work best if one person climbing the monster, one shooting it with arrows and one using magic. Dragon's Dogma even has romance, although the system is a bit quirky. (I won't spoil anything). Overall, it's a must have. (I bought it 4 times!)
Such an underrated RPG. Came out around the same time as Dark Souls, which is my favorite game of all time. And like Dark Souls, this is a gritty adventure with very little hand holding. In fact I think I had a harder time figuring out how things work in Dragon's Dogma, but don't let that scare you. It will be brutally difficult for first time players.. But again, don't let it deter you! Just like Dark Souls, once you get the hang of it, you won't be able to put it down.
An underrated I somehow missed last console generation. This is a very deep and satisfying action RPG.
Some thoughts: (1) it does not hold your hand, but on normal mode the game is not too difficult; (2) the "class" system is a lot of fun and min/maxing isnt as important as it is in other similar titles; (3) technically, it has some dated character animation, random landscape pop-in, low resolution textures, but it is a minimally remastered PS3 game, so w/e (thats why its not $60); (4) exploration and crafting in this game are a lot of fun; (5) I wasn't sold on the pawn (companion/party) system at first because it seemed sort of complicated but now I see the light. Very innovative.
Even though this is a port from last-gen, this was my first time playing DD:DA and it's now my favorite and most played game of this generation (and one of the best RPGs I've ever played, going back to the 8bit era). The character creator is great, and the gameplay is very enjoyable. The main story lines aren't the best, but the side quests are pretty fun. Think I've put over 200hrs into the game so far, and just recently started stage 4 of 6 (instead of progressing the story, I keep goofing around, exploring and fighting.. grinding simply for the enjoyment of grinding). For an older game, the graphics still hold up fairly well, albeit a little dated, of course. There's definitely things that can be improved upon, so I really do hope Capcom is busy working on a current-gen Dragon's Dogma 2
Remember this game PS3 days and always wanted to play it. I've been a gamer since the eighties and this one right here hit the spot. Epic RPG with dragons and countless hours that can be dumped into this game. Well worth the buy!
Great game I wish there was a sequel. So much elements are in this game from elements like Skyrim, shadow of colossus, devil may cry, Gauntlet 64/Ps1, and other great open world's games. I recommend this to play that love games with challenge and the feel of vastness with amazing game play.