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Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning

It's surprising that many developers are returning to their previously released games and trying to restore their former glory. This time, the creators made the right choice and took control of a whole new direction, ready to bring back a huge crowd of fans. We are talking about a world that was once already saved, and now the developers propose to return again to feel a surge of energy and take on the role of a brave hero who can independently fight a whole host of monsters and demons. But to cope with these creatures, you will have to put a lot of effort, which you will put in during new migrations.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Is Reckoning a good game? Yes!
Do you need the remaster if you got the original game? Probably not!

Review from Steam

I cry at night because I know this will never get a sequel and Skyrim has been released more times than my dad from prison.

Review from Steam

I player for a couple hundred hours on console form 2012 to 2016. I think this is one of the most underrated rpgs ever.

Review from Steam

I'll start with conclusions.
Do you have the original? Get this on sale. It does look nicer, there's a few extra items(from the DLC chest and throughout the game), some extra quests, but if you already have the old version, you aren't missing $20-30 worth of content. $10-15 or lower, if you really liked it, I'd say grab it and fall in love again.
Don't have the original? Why in the fuck not? Get this. Right now. Stop reading and fucking get this game. And don't expect to play anything else for a long time. This is easily one of the best underrated RPG's ever. Hell, one of the best, period. I'd even consider ranking it over the Elder Scrolls games, but I've settled on roughly equal ranking. I mean, technically, they aren't the same style of RPG.
Ridiculous lore, huge world, tons to do(including quests that you can't get until you beat the game), factions, awesome gear, pretty great class customization, interesting gameplay features, immersive... I cannot imagine anyone who likes RPGs and/or Fantasy not loving this.
Casual gamer? That's fine, easy is plenty easy.
Like combat that can keep you on your feet and require you to actually be somewhat proficient? It's not Dark Souls, at all, but it there is certainly a difference between hammering through and spamming an attack and actually dodging, blocking, timing, etc.
Seriously, get it any way it goes, if only to show your love for an old game brought back. Plus you do get achievements and cards off this release. If you're into that.
If you want more info, I have no doubt the other reviews on this release and the original can make it clear how amazing the game is(if you ignore the ones complaining about how this doesn't change much from the original, but these are the same people that would complain about an ESIII re-release if all they did was clean up the graphics and add a couple quests and items).
Dagger players, just know, the spiral attack is a bit, weird, at least it was when I first started this release. It seems fine a few levels into daggers later, but I don't know if it's a leveling thing, a bug I heard about, or what.

Review from Steam

Fun action RPG with plenty of fun playstyles and over 100 hrs of content.
Save often and in multiple slots, it's buggy as hell.

Review from Steam

Ellen was right.
What a fun game! Great story, engaging combat, and comprehensive RPG elements. Somewhere in between Skyrim (which I love) and Dragon ago (which I did not love).
You can tell some of the elements are dated, but absolutely worth the playthrough!

Review from Steam

A disappointing remaster of a very solid game, which results in a good product, but it could have been better.
Still an improvement over the original. However the remaster portion is very disappointing since the textures are really not up to recent standards and the post-processing effects basically blur the whole image. I strongly recommend using Reshade to sharpen the image and enhance both contrast and lightning.
On the bright side, the combat and mechanics still hold up surprisingly well which keeps the game both fun and engaging.
Overall, a bit of disappointment, but it is the best version of Reckoning available. Definitely not a must of you've played the original, but definitely worth picking up if you’ve never had the pleasure to play this amazing underrated gem.