For all of the faults that can be pointed out, there is a great game here. The combat starts flawed, but becomes rewarding. The stealth sections were annoying, but contrasts well with the combat and highlights it more. The story isn't handled in the best way, but leaves the player wanting more.
It can be argued that the actual "game" parts of King's Quest- Chapter 1: A Knight To Remember can be lackluster. Figuring out solutions to most of these don't bring forth a feeling of intelligence from the player, just one of "that part is done, on to the next. Despite this, the experience to be had here is absolutely enjoyable.
It might not have the unbridled thrills of World of Warplanes nor does it possess the immediacy of World of Tanks, but World of Warships manages to fill a special spot for action gamers. The deft fusion of strategy and explosives baits the trap for a "just one more game" cycle that can ruin work days.
With dozens upon dozens of playable characters, arenas, music, and art pieces to unlock using currency earned in game, Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul, the series' faithful will have plenty see and do before they are done with this title. Other players will find themselves wanting something with a bit more teeth.