Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion
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With a well-written but quite complex story and its simplistic and sometimes frustrating gameplay, Fallen Legion feels like it doesn't know where to stand. Even though it's far from perfect, this game that allow us to experience two different stories on PS4 et PS Vita can definitely entertain you if you're not too demanding.
Review in French | Read full review
Despite a few technical issues, Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion offers up a satisfying role-playing experience.
Flames of Rebellion has a very similar content when compared to Sins of an Empire. Yes, the story told is different and more enjoyable, but both are played in the same way and therefore carry the same flaws. The combat can be fun for a while, but it becomes repetitive due its lack of depth. The choices system also lacks development and fails to immerse the player in the universe of Fenumia. Also, the extensive loading times and the low framerate are very annoying, making the Vita version even more problematic and dull.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
A short while ago I had the opportunity to review Fallen Legion for the PS4, and I mentioned that I hadn’t had the opportunity to play the Vita version. Well, now I have, and my quote of “There are a lot of issues that people can be divided on: music, politics, flavors of jellybeans, and of course also ruling a country” is proving its worth even more so. While I greatly enjoyed the experience I had with the PS4 version, I found the Vita version to be a bit less enjoyable.
Not too long ago, Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion was out on the Vita, along with its counterpart Sins of an Empire for the PS4. While I did enjoy the experience of Flames of Rebellion on the Vita, it did have some minor issues compared to its PS4 relative. Thankfully, with this PS4 port, not only can you own the two titles for the same system, but some of the issues from the first port have been resolved.