Summary: The game itself so far seems like a more Gothic, "Devil May Cry-esque" verson of Monster Hunter in terms of actual gameplay and style, allowing you to wave around large weapons at very large monsters, take on side-missions and make shiny goods. The biggest let-down though is the camera, as only the D-pad can turn it, leaving you at the mercy of locking on and hoping.
Summary: Its great the game is fun but can get abit repetative but im stuck and just kinda gave up with it its nice in all dissapointed only because the box had a big dent on it which i wasnt pleased to see.
Summary: Kinda reminds me of monster hunter but not as hard. The game has a decent story line. It is a great game for the price. The overall concept is hack and slash your way through missions in order to get monster parts to build new gear.
Summary: Fun game even if it is compared constantly to Monster Hunter on a regular basis. The fact you have a lockon feature and can cast magic and summon spells separates it enough from the rest to make this game very enjoyable.
Excerpt: Age Rating - 16+ Main Game - 1 Player Ad Hoc multiplayer - 4 Players Can be bought new or used for £9+ at ebay.co.uk There’s not much of a storyline to Lord of Arcana. You choose a name and design what your character will look like, then, they’ll wake up in a strange town where two demon-esque creatures will task you with capturing the Arcana, who are God like creatures whose appearance resembles mythological beings; by defeating them you will gain control over them and...
Pros: Monster and equipment designs, addictive, fast paced, enjoyed the item creating element .
Cons: Difficult, not for players new to this genre, unable to pause game play .