Overlord: Fellowship of Evil for Xbox One
Xbox One

Overlord: Fellowship of Evil

Oct 20, 2015
6.18
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Average
1122nd of 5074

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About this game

Developer: Codemasters
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Step into the warped fantasy world of Overlord: Fellowship of Evil, the dark and twisted Action RPG filled with the series’ signature black humour. Penned by award-winning original Overlord scriptwriter Rhianna Pratchett, Overlord: Fellowship of Evil delivers an epic new quest featuring four Nethergh?ls – undead servants of the dark arts, resurrected in the absence of a true Overlord, to bring evil back to a world overrun by the forces of good.

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1437 Reviews
6.60

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
5.77
John ElliottNov 02, 2015
At first glance the campaign actually looks fairly robust with a prologue and three acts to play through. Unfortunately, as you quickly get into the levels the long campaign is more like repetitive torture. Overlord: Fellowship of Evil had the potential to be great especially with the direction of the Diablo-eqsue style game play. Sadly, the lack of polish in the presentation and unintriguing gameplay made for a hot mess and is a definite pass for any gamer, fan of the series or not.
3.00
Ken McKownOct 29, 2015
Overlord: Fellowship of Evil is disappointing in a time when no game can afford to even be mediocre. Fans of the original games may be tempted to give it a chance, but I implore you to avoid this game at all costs. There is nothing redeeming about this title. It is a shadow of its former self, and not even a good rip-off of the genres it is trying to imitate. This is one Overlord whose rule deserves to be revoked.
5.80
Javier ArteroOct 27, 2015
El combate es soso, el uso de los esbirros impreciso, su desarrollo es repetitivo y el diseño de niveles algo torpe. La monotonía y la sensación de repetición una y otra vez de los mismos patrones no tarda en llegar, si bien hay que reconocer que tampoco es que resulte un aburrimiento acabarse el juego y que la cosa gana si jugamos con amigos.