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CGM bones Lionheart

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 8 October 2003, 15:37:13

Tags: Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

Sharpei Diem sends word that Computer Games Magazine printed their review of Lionheart this month. They gave it a 2/5, and had these flattering words to say:

..However, when you combine the tart freshness of Diablo with the rich, meaty flavor of Fallout, you get Lionheart, which is quite possibly the most unpalatable role-playing game concocted in recent memory. Inexpertly tossed together, and summarily half-baked by Reflexive Entertainment, it's a gooey mess of reflex-driven combat, muddled interface, cliched dungeon designs, and useless player decisions. One could include its length - under 20 hours - as a fault, but it's almost a relief to see this mess pass through so quickly.


Damn, that even made me wince. Brutal, baby. Just brutal!

Thanks for the mail, Sharpei Diem!

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