Choice of the Dragon, curiously enough, doesn’t seem to have a category of its own, so I’m dumping my thoughts on it here, instead.
Is finding a mate supposed to be so difficult? It seems like the thing most people fail at the first few times through.
It’s really irritating when you accidentally hit the wrong option and there’s no way to undo it. An undo button would be really useful in future installments. It’s true that this would allow the player to back out of poor decisions, but I can get the same effect just by starting over and choosing the same thing, only with more hassle.
There doesn’t seem to be any method whereby I can drive away/annihilate the goblin tribe and assorted human kingdoms completely. This would require a fairly thorough change in the plotline with the neighboring kingdom, as you’d no longer have any minions with which to start a war, but being a lone creature ruling over a blighted, fire-scorched wasteland devoid of life seems like a fairly valid archetype to fulfill.
If you irk the gods enough, they’ll send someone to come and kill you, and there appears to be no way to stop this from happening. Considering the game spends a lot of time building up how matchlessly powerful you are, this is kind of a buzzkill.
The bit about princesses and sexism was hilarious. Every game I’ve played, I took the “I’ll have you know…” option.
It’s probably got something to do with the lack of strong, consistent characters (barring Axilmeus and Vermias, who are very briefly foreshadowed), but the game seems to come to a rather abrupt end. I was kind of hoping for something a bit more climactic.
Why does being generally honest make me worse at chess?
The questions about wings, limbs, and your ridged/smooth head never really seem to come up again. Color is mentioned only briefly. Why not just let people picture their dragon however they like if you’re only going to mention their physical features once, immediately after they select them?
Am I the only one who was hoping for more kingdoms to conquer? I kind of wanted to take over the world.