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Majin and The Forsaken Kingdom (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
17 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003N64ZU4
  • Release Date: 26 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,289 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Majin: The Fallen Realm creates a new fusion of stealth and action-adventure as the player takes the role of the games hero to fight alongside the AI-controlled monster Majin and overcome the obstacles and adversaries in their path. They pursue their individual objectives while fighting against darkness which brings them strong friendship and the secrets around the lost kingdom and Majin unfold as the story continues. The unique AI makes the players partner Majin autonomous and creates perfectly refined stress-free gameplay. It also invites players to confront the major obstacles spilt the roles and overcome increasingly complex conundrums and fierce foes. Over thirty hours of gameplay will take the player seamlessly through the vast open world of Majin: The Fallen Realm and its many rich character interactions with the constantly evolving gameplay and absorbing storyline designed to keep the experience gripping throughout.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By George Stobbart on 18 Oct. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I got this for £9.99 about a month ago because I fancied a story led adventure game and at first I couldn't get into it. The graphics were quite standard (you start in a pretty drab castle) and the gameplay seemed to be the norm. I was close to giving it into a game shop for credit, but I stayed with it a bit longer and the story with the Majin which had us venturing out into bright and colourful worlds to destroy four evil guardians got me hooked and I started to really enjoy it. Sometimes the game controls can get a bit frustrating, with the Majin not doing exactly what you want too, but if you like your fantasy adventure games on the cheap its worth getting.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By luis on 2 Dec. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This "Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom" is one of the best adventures in recent times. It`s close to the zelda type of game. Charming characters, puzzle areas, platforming... Mixed with action and a light rpg component. The world where the story takes place is well designed, clever areas and puzzles, always with emphasis in cooperative ways to solve situations. The game lets you play as a little magician, controllig him directly. And you have a partner, The Majin, that reacts to simple orders and enviroments. And all seems fluid, no AI problems, good character development, nice puzzles and satisfying team action.

The storytellig, while not very intrincate, delivers a charming tale, far better than usual. Technically is not a prodigy. Textures could have been better, and graphics are a bit blocky and bland. But highly compensated by its artistic creativity. The developers, "Game Republic" (folklore, knights contract...), are a well known small japaness studio. Always with good and interesting ideas. And sometimes they become great games. As a personal ranking, in the present HD ready generation, Majin would be for sure in the top ten.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SilvaDreams on 16 Nov. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This is the first PS3 game I've tried, I got it because it said, "Explore a beautiful world." on the box, so I thought I'd have a fair degree of freedom to go whereever I liked, and choice to choose what to do next. Instead the game is very linear, you can look around a little, but mostly you're forced down a fairly narrow path.

I did think the game would be far better when I first started playing, and there are still things I like about it :- The story line, the idea of saving the wildlife and nature from the evil darkness, the animals that talk, the developing relationship with the 'monster'. I also enjoy the fact that the game is atmosperic without being gory or really nasty, when you kill an enemy there isn't lots of blood or stuff. Mostly the controlls are quite simple to grasp, even for someone like me who fails miserably at most fighting games, fights are not too hard. There are some annoyances with the controlls though. Some are needlessly fiddly, such as having to hold down a button all the time while sneaking. Others just don't work too well, such as the monster not always doing what you want him to when you want him to, controlling him could have been better. Also he does have a tendancy to get in the way at times.

When enemies aren't around the game has a fairly relaxed laid back feel to it, almost to the point of getting a little dull or slow moving. As I progress further into the world I am disappointed at how empty it feels, almost generic, I'm hoping it will improve.

This is a fairly fun game, with a nice story, characters that you will come to care about, some interesting elements, and some that could have been done better. Worth trying for the price.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Franklin on 16 Dec. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I bought this game on a whim and I'm really glad I did. It was one of the new games I played to the end last year. Now I'm buying it for a friend for the holidays.

The gameplay reminds of Castlevania SOTN: you wander a maze of interconnected segments and have to discover new abilities to open new doors and adavance, etc. The puzzles are excellent and well contrived, the atmosphere is great, the enemies are challenging- overall, very enjoyable. I know many reviewers complained about the giant's voice, but you don't need to speak with him if it bothers you.

Highly recommended for those who love Action RPGs
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By j Stebbing on 27 May 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Bit of an overlooked gem this one, drawing gameplay elements from the pantheon of adventure games whilst adding very little of its own. If you've played Zelda or one of its many clones (Okami, Darksiders, etc, etc) then you'll know what to expect, the twist being here that you have a big vegetable giant or something with you that you can order around...a bit. Your pal acts as both a special combat move and puzzle solution depending on the situation and whilst you won't find yourself caring as much about him as you did about Yorda in Ico (or even the horse in Shadow of the Colossus) it is always nice to have a friend! There really isn't much more to say about this game than that, it looks pretty enough (in a very Japanese way) and whilst you won't be blown away by the combat there is far worse on offer out there. In many ways this is a bit of a security blanket of a game, not too taxing (just enough to make you feel clever) and with enough nods to gaming history to give you a nice warm sense of nostalgia. This game is best enjoyed on cold winter nights with a nice warm cup of cocoa!
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