I hated this game at first frame rate sucks melee attacks look dull but i still kept on playing and im glad i did because it turned out to be a great game especially if you learn to use magic you can make some neat spells the free roaming is fun as well is making potions the best is the dlc pirates of the flying fortress they fixed the frame rate an it has pirates very enjoyable.
I'll start off with the good. The open world design was cool and surprisingly large for a non-AAA game. The environment and monsters were interesting to look at, and one of the zones was extremely dark and creepy (comparable to Half Life 2's headcrab town, that place was awesome).
The combat was decent, nothing particularly exciting. On the PS3, there was no ability to swap buttons for abilities, which led to some clunky button combinations.
Now for the bad, which unfortunately outweighs the good. The voice acting can't be ignored. Honestly, I'm pretty sure that randomly picking people off of the street and not giving them a script would have generated better game dialogue.
The plot had more holes than a sieve, and some of the main characters literally disappear at the end without ever being mentioned again (seriously, did they die? Did they teleport out of existence?).
The game was way too easy, even on the hardest setting. I used entry level armor all the way through the game and beat the final boss using it. For an RPG that was supposed to provide motivation for getting armor, I had no encouragement to upgrade my gear.
Despite its flaws, I somehow found the game interesting enough to play all the way through to the end. Not sure what that says about me.