While the story had potential it felt a little rushed but to me is still considered the best part of the game and dont even get me started on the constant loading screens and sometimes botchy camera angles, but if you can look past all that then its fairly enjoyable
posted by firefighter625 (PROVIDENCE, NC) Oct 25, 2011
Member since Aug 2011
Knights Contract was actually a very interesting game. The storyline behind the game was very intriguing. What would of made this game a classic and one for the ages was if they could have resolved the loading. It was like every time you were really getting into the game a load screen would pop up. This happened throughout the whole game. If your thinking you can download the game to your system and it would solve the problem you are surely mistaken. The game in my opinion was a cross between Dante's Inferno, God of War, and Prince of Persia. This game wasn't something players haven't seen or played before, making it very familiar. Whatever you do don't make a mistake like I did and base how the game is going to be based on the cover art, the only thing in my opinion that made the game pop. I guess that old saying is true, "Don't judge a book by it's cover. Because the insides just plane right out sucked. This game surely wasn't worth renting and really made me mad that I actually added it to my Game-Q... Want make that mistake again.