Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
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14 November 2013
Summary: I have to protect this game from negative critics. I always liked "hit to evolved and evolved to hit" games, and this is a good prototype of them. Actually it is a Diablo-clone, no more, no less. I think it's very enjoyable, don't believe the bad critics! 8/10.
Summary: I think that people downvoiting this game made a big mistake. I put 10 just to correct a little bit a score. My general score is 7/10 because of the fps drop. But game mostly runs smoothly. Every hackslash person who likes diablo, fable, torchlight and other arpgs would love this. It's a mix between torchlight and d2(3). A lot of loot, nice system, enemies are abundant. It's excellent on the go to kill few monsters.
Summary: Definitely not the best game for PS Vita but one of the good ones. Can be repetitive sometimes and you use same mechanics to defeat most of your opponents... but on the other hand this is the only dungeon crawler on PSV, and somehow can be very addictive. This game is one of the few I have spent most of the time playing on the vita (also Gravity Rush, Lumines, Super Stardus). Very decent graphics and sound. Worth playing especially with the price where it is now.
Summary: Simple, fluid, fast, and not pretentious. Awesome for multiplying. The game allows players to drop-in (and create a new character on the spot) in literally 10 seconds. For the few abandoned left-overs of the ps3 community that, like me, still value gameplay more than graphics and simplicity over overwhelming menus and options.
Summary: Harsh reviews are certainly nothing new. Don't judge this game on the critic review scores. If you are into Diablo, then this game is for you. It's got it all, four different classes, not a bad story, graphics are nothing special but they do just fine. Touch controls are responsive and in my opinion it's got replay value. I would pick it up on the store this week as it's going for cheap. Give it a go you won't regret it.
Summary: Despite the lack of character customisation,this title is fairly good for a simple and quite basic dungeon crawler.A standard,and therefore forgettable, fantasy story aside,DH:A is almost a trip down memory lane except on a handheld.But it's a far cry from todays Diablos and Torchlights.
Summary: The critic reviews have been a little harsh on the game, simply put its a hack and slash game similar to Diablo. The graphics aren't outright stunning, but they do a good job of showcasing the Vita's graphical prowess, that with the addition of a deep and compelling levelling up system and a surprisingly good story makes this game easy to recommend to those looking for a RPG for their Vita.
Summary: when I heard all of the negative reviews about this game I almost passed it up. I took a chance an picked it up. I noticed it was not that easy to find and a few friends of mine told me the game is awesome and it had 4 player multiplayer as well as a single player campaign and when I first played the game it reminded me of Diablo game story is a little generic but the gameplay is amazing if your a Dungeon hunter freak and have to collect the best loot this game is for...
Summary: I bought this game just to get some kind of RPG experience on the Vita and I was quite suprised. the game runs very well with great presentation. It's not as crisp as I would have hoped but it does look good. The 3 character classes require very different strategies to use and there is a lot of loot to pick up. The online play worked very well for me doing dungeons with 3 other people.
Summary: I'm normally a hard taskmaster when it comes to rating aRPG's, but I do feel that the magazine reviews so far for this game are a little unjust. The game is NOT a direct port of the PS3 or the mobile version and has been improved and expanded somewhat for the Vita. Sure, it isn't exactly inspiring, but I've played worse attempts in this genre on the PC and other formats...........................