Loved the Dungeon Crawler but one big drawback....
Stephen C "Astronomy Domine", Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: They stopped the Daily campaign's that you could download each day to earn special equipment ...That is like chopping the arm off a swordsman and asking him to fight two people!!! They could have at least made them downloadable....very stupid move on n-spaces part ( Square Enix does not make the game ..only publishes it) There is one more fault....that level 30 cap sucks!!
Summary: This is a fun diablo like experience for the 3DS. It isnt very fully featured and a bit repetitious. Theres not a lot to come back to after about 20 hours (or upon beating the game and trying each character class) but the online voice chat function is really great. A lot of fun if you can get a friend to play with.
Summary: I was hoping for a more fleshed out dungeon crawler. Having the same skins, a broken online system, and various glitches makes the game not terribly enjoyable for me. Not worth the price tag, maybe as a 5 dollar buy.
Summary: Theres not a lot to this game, its essentially Diablo Lite. Playing online with friends and family has added a lot of the value to it for me though. Having voice chat on the 3DS is really great. Its too bad this is basically the only game that has that feature. The game is fun while it lasts, has great online play, a forgettable story, repetitive gameplay, but is a lot of fun to kick back and waste some time with. For $15-20, I'd say it was worth the buy.
Summary: Fun multiplayer game, and plays a lot like the other Diablo games on the market. I've had a lot of fun playing through the story line thus far, and am looking forward to continuing through the story. I've played about 90% of the game as online, and enjoy the company of having other players come in and out of the game as I'm playing through.