Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts
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The Dungeon Crawler your are looking for
15 September 2011
Summary: I rarely used my DS prior to finding this game. Most adventure games I found were just disappointing. I wanted a Diablo/Baulders Gate-like game. Something of a hack and slash style that gave me dungeons upon dungeons and endless amounts of loot. I found that with this game. It goes along the lines of a standard RPG/Dungeon Crawler. You make a character from a choice of three races. Each race has three classes. One melee, one ranged, one magic.
Summary: This is a strange game. The graphics remind me of ancient PC titles, but at the same time, they're strangely endearing and really grow on you over time. It's a straight up hack and slash with only some minor story elements, but it all worked for me. It's one of those games I'm always willing to pick up and play for while.
Summary: Well if you are looking for a fair Diablo clone that you can put in you pocket this is it. Despite a contrite art style, goofy story and strange and random "arts system" in place of a true "skill tree system," Dungeon Explorer delivers a lot of fun for the money. Random drops, sets, six character types with multiple builds and the option of multiplayer parties makes this the only Diablo like game for the DS that I have come across. This game will eat a lot of your time.
Summary: This game was quick and easy to get into, that being said if you want a challenging game then this probably isn't the game for you. But if your looking for a pretty creative nice and easy game then this is a good one to get into. Kind of a combination of Diablo and Gauntlet Legends (with a similar feel). As was said the Gameplay is pretty straightforward, the storyline isn't all that intriguing. It does have some pretty good Artwork.
Summary: At first I thought this game would be boring or uneventful. After playing it for the first time I couldn't put it down for hours. I recomend this game it's fun and the battles draw you into the world.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of hack n' slash games; Baldurs Gate, D&D Heroes... all great games. Dungeon Explorer is similar to all of them theme wise. It's a real time hack n' slash that should more than satisfy your craving for zombie slaying, loot grabbing, level grinding fun. It has it's strong points; 9 different classes Lots of inventory functions Fast leveling (nice feature on a portable where you don't plan on spending a lot of time playing) Targeting system is very good...