Fallen Legion+

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

20%

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78 / 100
Jan 12, 2018

_______________________ “Despite the obvious amount of thought present in the experience, the sheer potential is more staggering

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8 / 10.0
Jan 4, 2018

Fallen Legion+ is a great value for an indie game, and it also happens to be a pretty good title to boot. If you're over turn based battles and want something a little more fluid that also looks great, then this is a great investment of your time and money.

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7.3 / 10.0
Jan 12, 2018

Fallen Legion + is a controversial game: on the one hand the excellent aesthetics and the interesting plot make it very palatable, on the other hand the taste of lost opportunity is very present.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 10, 2018

Challenging, quick on the draw and leaning heavy on the action component, Fallen Legion+ may be unnecessarily frantic at times but it still packs in two interesting stories to great effect. A complete edition that falls just a little bit flat of truly realising its potential, Fallen Legion+ is still an ambitious title with plenty of charm.

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6 / 10.0
Feb 11, 2018

Fallen Legion+ is a game that has some nice ideas that could have been developed in a better way. Nonetheless, we think they still have a good potential for future chapters in the series.

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7 / 10
Jan 27, 2018

That's pretty much Fallen Legion in a nutshell – it has its fair share of ups and downs but I still really enjoyed my time with it.

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6.5 / 10.0
Jan 23, 2018

Fallen Legion tries something new for the JRPG genre and succeeds, but the new mechanics need more variation to keep it interesting when it's two full-length titles packed into one.

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Benjamin Green

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7.3 / 10.0
Jan 14, 2018

I've played better, but also far worse than Fallen Legion+. I didn't force myself to keep playing, but at the same time now that I'm done I can't say I'm going to miss it. The combat was fast-paced, but also messy. The story has a solid framework, but it doesn't do much to draw in the player. The graphics and audio are nice, but not nice enough to make up for the other glaring issues. I'd describe it best as a "sale game." Something you get during the Steam Summer Sale when it's 50 or 75 percent off, you just got your paycheck, and you need to buy something inoffensive to satisfy the feeling that you need to jettison some cash right now. I was never offended that they would dare put this on the digital shelves, but it isn't for everyone. Not a perfect experience, but I liked it fine.

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Feb 2, 2018

Bringing together a pair of budget RPGs, Fallen Legion + represents excellent value for money, but that worth is highly conditional. The artwork is truly inspired—sometimes even breathtaking—but serves a world and story that do not deserve it. Adherents of fantasy war tales will likely find enjoyment from the narrative, though a general audience will fail to be enraptured. Aside from the graphics, the battle system is the game's standout feature, yet even this highlight is let down by the poorly-considered ancillary mechanics that make the Fallen Legion games into anaemic RPGs.

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7 / 10.0
Jan 22, 2018

With Richard now having reviewed the original two entries of Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire on the PS4 and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion on both the Vita and the PS4, it was my turn on the PC version that combined the two into a single title. With the options to either ignite the flames of rebellion or tackle the sins set ahead of you, I found myself often undecided as to how I felt about the adventures and the package as a whole.

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