Drakensang: The Dark Eye Reviews

Radon Labs' Drakensang: The Dark Eye continues to receive fairly high marks in the latest three reviews on the web.

Ace Gamez goes with an 8/10:
Despite some flaws and a none to friendly learning curve, Drakensang: The Dark Eye is still an enjoyable RPG that's packed with plenty to do and a combat system that eventually grows into something special. It may not do anything new and newcomers might find the first couple of hours long and arduous to get through, but keep those first impressions at the back of your mind and you may find yourself surprised at just how well made Drakensang is.

Hooked Gamers gives it a 7/10:
There are quite a few other annoying components to the game which, individually are not enough to make you out and out dislike the game. But collectively, they add up to quite a bit of annoyance. The one I'll cite in closing is, once you've saved the world from annihilation, what do you do for an encore?

And VideoGamer gives it a 7/10:
So, Drakensang's best not when it's being played, but when it's being tinkered with. It's an old-fashioned, sometimes archaic, other times deeply engrossing game that rewards and satisfies according to how much effort you're willing to put in. If the thousand words you've just read make you feel like sharpening your pencil and dusting off your dice, the solid rule set on which the combat and character progression is based will have you stroking your Gandalf-quality beard for months on end. For everyone else, however, it'll be too complex to get into.