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C&VG reviews Lionheart

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C&VG reviews Lionheart

Review - posted by Spazmo on Wed 29 October 2003, 19:31:33

Tags: Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader

Computer and Video Games have reviewed Reflexive and Black Isle's April Fool's joke that got out of control, Lionheart. They didn't like it either: 67 out of 100.

In honesty, the Black Isle endorsement of Lionheart is probably the worst thing that could have happened to it as it's not nearly as deep or polished as the Black Isle classics. Despite this, it's still a fairly enjoyable game. If you can see past the dated presentation and the somewhat awkward and badly realised combat engine, you'll find Lionheart to be an undemanding and enjoyable experience. If, however, you insist on nothing but the best and you want another BGII or Planescape Torment, do yourself a favour and give this a miss.


I choose to get past the combat in Lionheart by not playing the damn thing at all.

Thanks, Vault Dweller!

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