Reviews and Problems with Adventure Time Explore The Dungeon Because I Dont Know
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Tis Adventure Time, folks.
Lorena Rocha, Amazon
27 March 2014
Summary: Do not expect a deep plot neither next-gen graphics. If you are a casual gamer, miss old-school looks and want to spend sometime into dungeons, grab it. If you also are a fan of the show you will enjoy the new chance given to spend more time with those adorkable characters.
So sad... great TV series and a nintendo quality game for the PS3
Pimpernel Sandybanks "Jeff", Amazon
12 February 2014
Summary: While the retro thing has a time and place, it's not for disk based PS3 games. I was hoping for something better, unfortunatly I didn't get it. This has low fidelity graphics (which could have been OK) if it wasn't also very repetitive (which would have been OK if it didn't also have a weak and limited character improvement system.
Summary: I really like this game. Yes, it does freeze up sometimes, but I can still enjoy it despite that. As far as the price goes, you're not really paying for the game as much as paying for Adventure Time awesomeness! So, if you're a huge fan of Adventure Time, then I highly recommend this game!
Old School Gaming and the Essence of the Show is ALL there!
29 December 2013
Summary: I don't know what some of the negative reviews are talking about. I got this as a game for my wife and I to enjoy on our big screen on Christmas morning! She and I are huge Adventure Time fans since we started watching the show in College. The game has an essence of old school games such as Gauntlet and maybe somewhat like Diablo.
Summary: I am a fan of Adventure Time and was excited hearing about the release of a console dungeon crawler. I highly enjoy dungeon crawlers so it being AT themed made it a double win. However, I enjoy playing it on a bored day, I don't feel its worth $45 which is what I paid for the Beemo edition. Its has as much to it as a mobile game. I feel there could've been a lot more to this.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I absolutely LOVE the series. I've seen every episode, own all the comics, I adore it all. One of the main reasons I love it so much is because of the video game references it makes. The adventures Finn and Jake go on, especially those in dungeons, draw heavily from the Zelda franchise which I grew up with, so I expected somewhat to have the same feelings when playing an Adventure Time game about actually exploring dungeons.