Folklore (PS3) Reviews
Product Type: Sony PS3 games
Description:Published by: Sony / Type: Role Playing / Release date: 2007-10-12
Newest Review: ... from a woman asking for help. On arriving in the village, drama is met instantly, and things turn out to be not quite what ... more
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(Region free, Full English language, will play on any PS3 console ...
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Customer Folklore (PS3) Reviews (4)
by - written on 21/01/08, updated on 21/01/08 (Useful, 64 readings)
when i first began playing this game i hated it. ten minutes later i couldn't get enough of it. you play as one of two characters, male or female, each with a different story that intermingles with the others. at first you find yourself in a small, slightly neurotic irish village and soon discover something a little twisted is happening. before long you've been convinced to present yourself to some ancient pagan altar in a silly dress by these little demon critters who i, personally, would've maybe questioned a little further before running off so eagerly. of course my trust issues may have meant i'd have missed out on the following occurences by which your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/08 (Somewhat useful, 45 readings)
the game first takes you through meeting keats who works for a parnormal investigation magazine who strangley keeps a phone call from a mysterious woman telling him to go to dooley and so the story begins you play as two characters whose storys slowly begin to mix you investigate a series of mysterious deaths which no one wants to talk about. then you suddenly reciece the means to go into another realm where you meet more characters. the idea of the game is to capture the strange creatures you meet called folks and at the end of every realm you have to defeat a folklore. the game is both capivating and decieving with many twist and turns hidden in store a great game for . Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 21 readings)
What do you get if you cross Pokémon with American McGee's Alice? Well, I'm not sure how that would work out either, but Folklore is the attempt by Tokyo Game Republic to answer that question. If that little sentence made no sense to you, you've probably never heard of the dark and disturbing PC game called Alice, based loosely on "Alice in Wonderland"... but don't worry, I'll explain. Folklore is set in the fictional Irish village of Doolin, and stars two main characters, Ellen and Keats. Both have been called to this town by semi-mysterious forces; Ellen by a letter from her dead mother, and Keats by a strange phone call from a woman ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/08 (Useful, 28 readings)
Folklore is a very interesting game, im not sure who the intended audience were, but i rented it to give it a chance. You start the game in a very strange little village, being told the story of Ellen, who lost her mum at a very early age. She recieves a letter, signed by her mum, telling her to go to Doolin. She sets off at once, trying to make sense of her life. At the same time, the editor of a supernatural magazine, Keats, recieves a phone call from a woman who mumbles about fairies and Doolin, and begs for his help. Through out the game, you get the choice of which character to play as, but eventually you do need them both to be at the same stage. ... Read the complete review
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