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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (KoA) is a very atmospheric rpg with nice colourful areas and music which doesn't intrude and becomes stale. The combat isn't too complicated but it's very weighty and responsive. There is a specialisation system in which you can put points in three trees and can go for a specialist, a mix or a true hybrid between all three allowing you to mix up your gameplay. Your spec isn't set in stone once you've put points in it, so you can easily change things up (for a certain amount of currency).
The character models are a bit awkward at times, especially the stock humans sometimes looks rather.. off. There are difficulty settings, but overall the game isn't very challenging if you're familiar with rpg games. The story is okay. Most importantly, there is a demo, so if you are at all interested, check it out. Personally, I've played it for over 200 hours already.
A classic graphical adventure by Lucasarts. If you're not afraid of (really well done) pixel-art, this should be a treat. It's not as challenging as many games in the genre, but I found it really fun to play because of the story and the style of it.
Of course, it's quite cheap these days, so if you like adventure games, give it a shot.
If you have a liking for Magic the Gathering, then this may be to your liking. There are several varied decks with some variation possible through card unlocks (take a look at the decks on the Wizards of the Coast website). So far there's been no word of any dlc or card-buying (I'm more in favour of the former if I'd have to choose).
Added to normal multiplayer or vs AI duels there are 'challenges' whioch are basically problem solving puzzles. These are fairly fun for me, although I'm not sure how much more experienced Magic players would enjoy them.
Criticism: the most major issue I have encountered is that you cannot ever choose the land cards you wish to tap. But fr those who like magic but do not wish to spend oodles of money on cards, (like me), this is a great game.
Oh, and check out the demo. It's fairly representative of the game.