Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
Big, fresh new area to explore.
Tons of good loot.
Fun, straightforward storyline.
Topnotch combat with a real punch.
Fantastic, flexible character advancement.
Some great-looking creatures.
Extensive world with tons of stuff to do and lots of monsters to fight.
Deep RPG elements.
Still too easy.
Generic story and characters.
Open world isn't truly open.
Visual style lacks punch.
By GameSpy on April 05, 2012
Not just pirates, but zombie pirates. I rolled my eyes when the Legend of Dead Kel was announced awhile back and half expected to run into glimmering vampires, robots, and Justin Bieber in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning's first DLC. I even...80
By PC Gamer on March 24, 2012
As with so many longform fantasy RPGs, the troubles afflicting the inhabitants of Amalur can all be blamed on the actions of a single mad gnome. Stupid gnomes.This time one of them has decided to build a device called the Well of Souls to bring...-
By NZGamer on March 06, 2012
tis the season for Role-Playing Games, it would seem, what with the pre-Christmas release of Skyrim, and the any-day-now release of Mass Effect 3. But while gamers are saving their pennies for the big-name titles, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning may...-
By Strategy Informer on February 28, 2012
As far as new IP’s go, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning has hit the ground running – it’s rich, it’s engaging (once you get going), and there’s just enough to set it apart from the current Fantasy headliners. At the time of...80
By PCWorld India on February 22, 2012
I have to commend the folks at 38 Studios for making their first game as ambitious as Reckoning is. In a time when most new IPs are Call of Duty or God of War rip-offs, Reckoning harkens back to a time when games were supremely immersive. Yes, it may...83
By Tech2 on February 18, 2012
Confession time. I absolutely loved The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to death investing nearly 150 hours of my life into Bethesda’s massive Role Playing Game. Comparisons with that game will invariably crop up in this review only because Skyrim set the...85
By Strategy Informer on February 17, 2012
Let’s address this right now: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is a great game, but has a terrible title that will lose it sales. Pretty much everyone I’ve spoken to about the game have dismissed it just because of that ruddy name. Never put a...80
By Atomic MPC on February 13, 2012
It’s a fantasy romp that’s fun, if a little...80
By Pocket-lint on February 13, 2012
A traditional RPG with traditionally addictive results that won’t let you...80
By GameSpot on February 09, 2012
Sharpen your chakhrams and follow Kevin through this review for Kingdoms of Amalur:...75