Summary: It may not be Dungeon Keeper (the old version by Bullfrog -- not that new monstrosity on mobile devices) but its likely as close as you will come till someone makes a really good clone. You control a large number of different colored imps that do your bidding (i.e.
Summary: This game could have been a lot better than it is. It seems like it wasn't quite finished or maybe it was rushed. It's just not polished well. it can be difficult to navigate, it wasn't overly fun, and it didn't do much to grab me.
Some good new ideas, but poor gameplay and lackluster story hurt this sequel
David Simmons, Amazon
5 February 2013
Summary: I forgot to mention that this review is only for the PC version of the game. I am a HUGE fan of the original Overlord, especially with the Raising Hell DLC. I must've played the game all the way through at least three or four times, and greatly enjoyed every journey.
Summary: Having a somewhat dated video card on an older system (6200 512 Mg on a GX270 Dell runing at 3.0 gigs.) I took a chance on this game as I liked the first one a lot. I hoped that the creators had enough sense to have an abitity to drop the resolution down a bit as in the pass I've noted that I was...
Summary: First off this game is incredibly inventive and amazingly fun when it works. You start off as a child being taunted by some other children. You fight back and in turn impress a few brown minions who then start to follow you.
Summary: This game is a good dumb time. You are EVIL, and your minions are so dumb that one cannot help but giggle. While many hardcore gamers will complain about a lack of tight controls, there is enough story and Three Stooges humor to keep one playing, just to see what these guys do next.