Sony’s Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade was the first RPG to hit the PSP, and while its fighting was repetitive and its story was skeletal, it sold like gangbusters. For the sequel, Sony mostly left the core gameplay alone and concentrated on fixing the flaws. For the most part, they've succeeded. Untold Legends: The Warrior’s Code is prettier and more involving than its predecessor, thoughit's stillstandard hack-and-slash fare with little to separate it from every other action RPG. Then again, every other action RPG isn't available for PSP, and these games are popular for a reason: it's fun to choptrolls, goblins, and other fanged crittersin half.
acting are more interesting
Full online multiplayer mode
Hard to see what's happening
Nothing really "legendary" about it
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|Description||The Warrior's Code improves significantly on the original Untold Legends, but there's still nothing "legendary" about it.|
|US censor rating||"Teen"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|
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