The First Templar Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
The First Templar Reviews5
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|GameZone||3.5/10||Jun 03 '11|
|Neoseeker||7/10||May 18 '11|
|GameSpot||7.0/10||May 18 '11|
|Gaming Excellence||7.5/10||Jul 20 '11|
|Strategy Informer||6.0/10||May 17 '11|
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The First Templar Previews
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|GameZone||Mar 10 '11|
|Games Radar||Oct 21 '10|
|GameSpot||Jan 13 '11|
|Gaming Excellence||Jul 12 '10|
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" We got a chance to see The First Templar recently for the first time. Hmm, we can predict at least one comment following this article. Anyway, our time with the game was brief, so it’s currently hard to tell much about the title. It’s a more realistic take on medieval hack-and-slashing, with no magic or monsters from what we could see. Based on the real Knights Templar who were protectors of the Holy Grail – think the old dude from the end of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - it follows an adventure across various locales around the Mediterranean. For instance, the first area we saw takes place on the island of Cypress... ..."
"The First Templar draws you in with delightful visuals and rhythmic combat, but technical foibles can lessen your fun. "
"This is a co-operative third-person hack ‘n’ slash using the Tropico engine. The Tropico engine is powerful enough for zooming into the city streets of a tropical metropolis, but can it survive a shift in genre?"
"This game tells the story of Celian, a Templar during the Inquisition who is fighting to save his Order from destruction. During his quest, he is joined by Roland, another knight in the Templar Order, and Marie, who is branded a heretic. You have the choice to venture through this game alone or with a friend via Xbox Live or split screen. It’s better to do it with a friend so that you can experience this train wreck of a game with someone else."
"Army of Two meets Medieval Times... with less terrorist fist bumps."