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GamerDad wishy washes Lionheart

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GamerDad wishy washes Lionheart

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 11 September 2003, 01:47:40

Tags: Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

GamerDad has posted their review of Lionheart, giving it 3/5 stars and making numerous errors about various things. For example:

There are also some amateurish parts of the game that RPG veterans will find tiresome. There are several maze-like sprawls that are little more than tedious monster bashes. The game seems inflexible about giving players a truly non-violent path through the game as the Fallouts did. Although the plethora of quests includes some very good ones there's still an abundance of the dreary parcel delivery or assassination jobs. And combat in the game is very plain and nearly always degenerates into a trading of blows with no strategy, as enemies typically just rush your character into melee.


Fallout is one of the few CRPGs I can name that you can get through without killing anything. The part about Lionheart using the same engine as Fallout is pretty damned funny as well.

Spotted this at Blue's News.

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