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Kingdoms of Amalur is a single player game, with no multiplayer component to speak of, and to get the most of it, you have to be online the entire time to enjoy it. While that probably isn't a big deal for a large portion of internet users, it should, at the very least, be known before purchasing. This review only applies to the Origin release (which this is), as I don't have experience with other digital/retail copies to pass judgement.
Just be warned on this package. A great game (which is why it still got 3 stars) with some very unfortunate copyright protection in place.
Kingdoms of Amalur has a very well written story that does well to hold your attention, assuming you're interested enough in it to listen to the long dialog with various NCP's which can get tiring quickly if you miss important details that serve as context to the relevance of what people are saying. Fortunately when you understand enough of the world and the story though, the dialog goes from being a barrier and rather an intriguing key that further fleshes out the world.
If there was one word I could use to easily describe what makes the story in Kingdoms of Amalur great, it would be consistency. At first, a lot of details and dialog will feel very overwhelming and could quickly serve as a turnoff. However if you allow yourself to get wrapped into it, you'll find a wonderful amount of depth in between the words of everyone you speak to. They all speak of a world as though it truly exists and isn't just the stage of another video game plot.
Of course a game is little more than an interactive novel if not for the gameplay. This is where Kingdoms of Amalur truly shines at it's brightest. The combat is well paced and rewards you for perfecting your style. To add to this is a well paced, albeit somewhat narrow (in context to other RPG's) stat tree which unlocks new powers, weapon combos, passive abilities, and toggled buffs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A pretty underrated game. Like many others have said, the combat is fun and frantic, and is the main reason to play the game. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Arnold L
It's a very nice action-RPG game with an amazing fantasy soundtrack.Published 21 months ago by Ovidiu Simion
This game keeps me occupied for over a month and love the battles with the adventure.Published 21 months ago by designconsigner
Great game that kept me playing almost exclusively it until I had finished it and the 2 DLC packs.
Not the best in all facets, but the combat feels absolutely amazing,... Read more
Great game with hours upon hours of great content. Best not to try and play through all of it quickly. Read morePublished on May 27, 2014 by Nep Eman
I followed Kingdoms of Amalur on moddb.com back when it was being developed. Graphics looked amazing and gameplay sounded like all of my favorite hack-n-slash RPG's. Read morePublished on May 27, 2014 by Brian McCracken
This game made me spent about 80 hours to complete all side quest and main quest this game is absolutely amazing.Published on April 14, 2014 by Maxpig3839