Drakensang: The Dark Eye Reviews

A couple more reviews of Radon Labs' Drakensang: The Dark Eye trickled onto the web over the past 24 hours.

First up is Guardian.co.uk with a score of 4/5:
The graphics are pretty enough, despite overly familiar settings, and only some occasionally poor translation lets the side down. Huge in Germany, but unlikely to bother the charts here, Drakensang is worth a look if you enjoy PC role-playing games.

Then we have GameSNAFU with a score of 3/5:
Without a doubt those who have played past games like Baldurs Gate or Neverwinter Nights will find themselves on familiar territory. The game shares many similarities and improvements over those classic games. That said the camera issues and other oddities are in need of some spit and polish as they currently put a damper on the fun factor. Radon Labs have created a good product that with a patch or two of proper changes would bring the game up a few notches towards excellence and hopefully solidify the franchise in North America as a great alternative to the D&D based games.