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Dragon's dogma or Kingdom of almaur?

#21Carte360Posted 1/31/2013 2:35:26 PM
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#22NemerlightPosted 1/31/2013 2:41:37 PM
Dragons Dogma is awesome and i love these freeroaming RPGs but i just couldnt get into KoA. Everything about that game is just so .... dull.
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#23_OujiDoza_Posted 1/31/2013 2:43:06 PM
I liked KoA's demo, probably will pick up on the cheap.

That said, I have heard more than enough about D's D to know I have to grab it when the $40 version comes out...seems like a pretty good deal.
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#24pakathecatPosted 1/31/2013 2:45:11 PM
I liked KoA well enough, but loved Dragon's Dogma. DD has my favorite combat in any game ever, really. Fighting the oversized enemies is a ton of fun. KoA isn't bad in any way, but neither is it exceptional in any areas either. IMO, it also became quite boring and tedious as it went on. I have a great attention span and usually read every single thing in games, and hear out all NPCs. But while I liked the basics of KoA's Celtic-inspired lore, characters were so incredibly dry and wordy that I found myself skipping through a lot of conversations.
#25Chrono Trigger RulesPosted 2/1/2013 12:46:23 AM
_OujiDoza_ posted...
I liked KoA's demo, probably will pick up on the cheap.

That said, I have heard more than enough about D's D to know I have to grab it when the $40 version comes out...seems like a pretty good deal.


Just know if you played the demo you've seen and done everything the game has to offer
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#26JenniferTatePosted 2/1/2013 12:53:17 AM
Dogma is $25? No excuse, unless you hold out for the $40 Dark Arisen edition.
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