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EA2D, makers of Dragon Age Legends on Facebook has teamed up with indie game developer Pixelante (Evan Miller) to build Dragon Age Legends: Remix 01.

The result is Evan Miller's Hack 'n Slash Mix of Dragon Age Legends. Playing as Dragon Age Legends' Viscount Ravi, players will learn about Ravi's back story while fighting their way through hordes of demons and darkspawn. By completing levels of the Remix, players are able to earn gifts for their hero in Dragon Age Legends on Facebook.

Play Legends now at http://apps.facebook.com/
dragonagelegends

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow, epic game

this game is epic, i wish there is a devil may cry 4 version of it


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W92W92

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A original fluid flash hack 'n slash

The first positive point that I saw was the game mechanic. The gameplay was perfect for what looks to be the purpose of the game.
Yes, they achieved a nice fluid hack 'n slash, and yes, was original.
"But hack 'n slash flash games are the less original games that can be made (aside from tetris-like-porn)!"
Yes, but these guys here put up a new and great style. You my find strange to use only the mouse even to jump. And to use the mouse to jump while use it too for attack and movement, but it works. And works well.
Fast paced, fun, quick. Looks like these guys achieved what they wanted.

About the graphics, I find this almost perfect. The characters are well placed in the feeling of the game. and made it look TLotRian.
"I'm fighting the tolkian-in-movie-orc!"
Yeah, almost that!
The problem was that mages. They don't fit. They scream was beautiful, and I loved it, but they design was weak. Yes, I know that they are the weakest mage creatures, but that don't help. They needed to be darker. They scream (literally) for it. I saw a Diablo feeling in them, and that is good, but don't make it any better.
Them, was thinking about it and slashing my enemies, I meet the cultist, and "YEAH, THAT'S WHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUT". Imagine a cultist with a mage scream. Great, huh?
Or the mages being a slimmer version of cultists, without that blade, really thin bodies. Or at least with they red clothes darker, and with the face covered.

Another great thing was the battle styles, simple and intuitive.
Yeah, you can't go to deep in strategy in a hack 'n slash, but this game isn't 100% click and kill. 90%, maybe.

I hope for more like this, but more grim & dark. Yeah, put us on hell already, with the screen full of beautiful monster and hight pitch screams.

No secret formula (but with a original gameplay), just well done work, and nobody wants nothing more for a quick fun time. Am I wrong?


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StephenPeculiarStephenPeculiar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was absolutely amazing!.

Absolutely stunning and addictive gameplay. I don't even usually play hack 'n' slash games but I just couldn't stop playing this one. Also, the final boss fight was pretty epic, especially when the dragon bitch slaps you as it moves forward. Overall, a definite 10/10 stars. :D


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RezolutionRezolution

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

great game, terrrrrible glitch

While playing in the finesse style, I respawned after dying to the third stage boss on insane mode and effectively broke the game, with the character's weapon movieclip cycling repeatedly and the backgrounds layering over eachother. I was also sent back to the first level ogre boss.



BittercoldBittercold

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

how good this game was left me feeling disappoint.

i want to give this a 10 but more and more these dragon age spin off games clearly seem to be created solely for the purpose of getting people to generate income for the DA team by playing dragon age legends on facebook.

this game was great fun and there was so much to love about it but it was gruesomely short and felt extremely unfinished, tons of squandered potential here.