Excerpt: On the surface Heroes of Ruin doesn't appear to have a lot going for it. A third person looter for the Nintendo 3DS and veteran developer n-Space's biggest project to date, its look and feel aren't particularly original, and neither is its story at first.
Excerpt: As developer n-Space does not tire of reminding us, Heroes of Ruin goes out of its way to make use of nearly every element in the 3DS' feature-set. The result is an action-RPG that certainly looks complete on paper.
Heroes of Ruin Review: Pioneering and looting on the 3DS
17 July 2012
Excerpt: Ambitious is a good word to describe Heroes of Ruin. When I first previewed the game, a member of n-Space’s design team was there to tell me all about the long list of firsts it would be bringing to Nintendo’s handheld such as voice chat and drop-in-drop-out online co-op, features we have yet to see...
Conclusion: Concept: Bring a lootfest to the handheld space with as few apologies as possible
Graphics: The muddy visuals make it look more like a DS game than a 3DS game. The overhead view works well with the stereoscopic 3D, but you gain nothing by leaving the effect on
Sound: Decent voice acting, and the...