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Very Good

Demon Stone: Overlooked as another underrated game

posted by sparky (VALPARAISO, IN) Apr 18, 2006

Member since Aug 2005

11 out of 11 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I loved playing this game. I thought that it had engaging game play and the characters were well rounded. This game has an excellent story that really sucks you in as the game progresses. I only have two beefs with this game, one is the camera angles!! The camera angles just plain stink. You can be engaged in a huge melee and all of a sudden the game pans out to show an aspect of the story. That is just plain stupid... The second thing I found annoying is the lack of save points in the chapters. You have to play and finish a whole chapter just to save your game. AAARRRGGGHHHH! That really annoyed the bejeezus out of me. Other than those two items, this game owns my soul.

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Demon Stone

posted by Underlord (TELFORD, PA) Jun 7, 2006

Member since Apr 2006

7 out of 7 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

"Demon Stone" is a fast paced action RPG with rich graphics and character detail. Although the game play is fun, the story is short and the game is over within 5-6 hours of game play. With the ability to travel back through previous levels after completing them, you can use your new spells and armor to collect all the secrets and money after you've beaten the level once. I enjoyed this game and hope if they make a "Demon Stone 2", they make the story line last longer. If you've played and liked "The Lord of the Rings" RPG series or "Baldur's Gate" you will enjoy playing "Demon Stone"

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Demon Stone Review

posted by PoetXIII (VIRGINIA BEACH, VA) Apr 20, 2006

Member since Dec 2004

4 out of 4 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game was a fun little distraction with a crucial flaw: it was just too short. The game has a very easily adaptable control scheme for the characters: the same button movements will trigger an ability with the same effect. For instance, a+b+b triggers a knock-down attack for all three of the characters. This combined with the individual strengths of the characters allows for the player to not need to rely on a single character all of the time, but if he should choose to, he could. Good, though short, story with colorful characters and hordes of enemies, this game is a fun, short rent, but probably a disappointing own.

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