Excerpt: Sometimes, “you can go home again”, and it was an absolute joy for me to come back to review the Demon War expansion to Din’s Curse for a number of reasons. When we first reviewed Din’s Curse back in June , we had an early opportunity to look at Soldak Entertainment’s Diablo-style dungeon delve and, as often is with early versions of games, some rough edges needed smoothed.
Excerpt: I'm a big fan of dungeon crawlers. There's no telling how many hours I put into Diablo II and Torchlight. There's just something about killing a huge boss and getting some gauntlets with lightning powers.
Pros: + Good gameplay, + Tons of customization, + Good old-school dungeon crawling, + Dynamic interactions with towns
Cons: Dated visuals, Purchasing the use of skill points, Gameplay hindrances with the interface
Excerpt: At first glance Din’s Curse gives the impression of a leaner, more efficient take on Diablo or Torchlight . You know the genre by now: you’re the hero, there’s the dungeon, clear quests to get loot, kill the boss, rinse and repeat until game over. Much of that holds true here, but get past that outer layer and you’ll find the devil in the details, and a fiendishly clever one to boot. Where other games sit and wait for you to make your move, Din’s Curse plays back, and...
Conclusion: Din’s Curse is a traditional dungeon crawler with some new and cool ideas. It can be as easy or as hard as you want it to be. If you are a fan of dungeon crawling games this game is at least worth the download of the demo and try and if you’re a little bored of them Din’s Curse adds enough for a try also.
Excerpt: Relentless Software know us Brits love a good quiz show and as a result have been releasing Buzz! games for a good few years now. Each one involving classic quiz prerequisites like a flamboyant host (voiced by Jason Donovan), a gravelly voiced questions man and awful prizes, all from the comfort of your home. Buzz!
Excerpt: The Never Ending RPG Soldak Entertainment’s “Din’s Curse,” is an interesting contribution from a company I knew little or nothing about until relatively recently. This one of a series of three RPG games, (the others being Kivi’s Quest and Depths of Peril,) based around the same world but noticeably different from one another. It’s nice to see a company that can do something more than create a game and then milk it to death with a hundred and one sequels.
Pros: Infinitely Playable,, Familiar Control System,, Decent Graphics
Cons: Gets very difficult quickly,, Can become repetitive,, Little or no Plot,