Summary: Gameloft, a juggernaut in the mobile gaming industry, isn’t content with just claiming their share of the gaming industry on cellular devices. The company is making a steady push to establish their selves as a player in gaming, period, be it mobile or console.
Excerpt: Who would have thought back in 2009, when Gameloft made their RPG debut onto the mobile gaming scene with the iPhone game, Dungeon Hunter; that we’d one day get to mash it out on the PlayStation Network in 2011.
Conclusion: However, these intermittent hang-ups are worth enduring for the joy of beating up on bandits with a few of your friends. It's too bad that the energetic online play doesn't translate to an equally lively presentation.
Pros: Solid, enjoyable hack-and-slash action, Levels and loot both come at an excellent pace, Four-player online co-op is good fun.
Cons: Collision detection quirks hinder melee combat, Server browser prone to technical hitches, Formulaic.
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is a good way to get together with friends and take down fantasy monsters.
20 April 2011
Summary: Solid, derivative, simple fun--that's the Dungeon Hunter: Alliance experience. It's the kind of fun you've had in other, better games, but this hack-and-slash role-playing game gets most of the basics right, sending you through a pleasant fantasy world where you slice up gargoyles and werewolves...
Pros: Solid, enjoyable hack-and-slash action, Levels and loot both come at an excellent pace, Four-player online co-op is good fun
Cons: Collision detection quirks hinder melee combat, Server browser prone to technical hitches, Formulaic
Excerpt: One of the aspects of Playstation Plus that both fans and critic alike point to when making their points about it is that PS+ is mostly a coupon service. That is, you pay money to get a discount on various games.
Excerpt: While many modern RPGs have tried to spice up their dungeon-crawling with deep plots and customizable characters, Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is unapologetically hack-and-slash. Harkening back to Diablo and Gauntlet, the game is a fun, though flawed, button-masher where players must save their kingdom...