Excerpt: Capcom's library of arcade brawlers in the 90s included a variety of decent licensed titles such as Alien vs. Predator and The Punisher . Near the end of its brawler lineup, the company developed a couple of titles with the Dungeons and Dragons name: Tower of Doom and Shadow Over Mystara .
Summary: The beat’em up genre has changed in the past couple of decades. Traditionally, games like X-Men and TMNT were simply about bludgeoning bad guy while moving from point A to point B with a bunch of your friends. That is about as deep as the entire experience got. Then, something changed.
Review: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Menace of the Underdark (PC)
25 July 2012
Excerpt: Six years ago Dungeons & Dragons Online launched. Back in 2009 it hopped on the Free-to-Play bandwagon, bringing in a much needed injection of new players and continuously funding new content for three years as well as regular updates.
Excerpt: It has been our obsession of late to relive the glory days. Developers, be they indie or established names, have featured references and throwbacks, subtle and noticeable, to the bygone eras. Some have even gone so far as to craft whole games with a completely old school setup.