Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
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Good Game For Vita
23 August 2011
Summary: I have yet to beat this game since I have been playing other games. I disagree with the review that gave it 3 stars. Yes there might be other versions of this game but none are for the Vita. The game is fun and reminds me a lot of games like oblivion which is like an open world. I do recommend this game.
Summary: This game is worth the price you pay. The game is filled with hours of entertainment. I know that this game has gotten a average review from some pro gaming sites, but I feel that this game deserves a min of a 7 out of 10. It offers every thing you would expect from a RPG type game.
Summary: I picked this title up three months after the Vita launch and had no problem getting together online within moments. The interface is easy to navigate for any RPG fan. I'm having fun passing my free time away from home knocking this game out.
Pros: Lots of quests to complete make it great for hours of fun.
Cons: This game is overpriced when you can get console versions for 1/4 the cost.
Neat Diablo Clone. It will hold you over until Diablo 3 or Dungeon Siege 3.
From Detroit, Amazon
3 June 2011
Summary: I picked this up for $10 (PlayStation Plus member) and I'd say it's very much worth it. The play-control is easy to pick up on, and they have a smidge of story to go along with it. The music sounds reminiscent of what we heard in Diablo. They even grade the gear by color, similar to the titles that came out from Blizzard and Obsidian. This is one of the better Diablo/Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance clones that I've played.
Dungeon Hunter Alliance (PSN): An inexpensive Diablo clone for the PS3
4 March 2013
Summary: Nothing beats a good dungeon crawler, as my gushing endorsement of Diablo 3 in an earlier 2012 review testifies to. Console gamers, lacking a gaming PC, are however still awaiting the arrival of Blizzard's best selling action RPG for their gaming system of choice. To those of you stuck in that camp I would recommend Dungeon Hunter Alliance, available to buy from the PSN store at a budget price.
Pros: A lengthy story that spans across many levels, supports online multiplayer.
Cons: The character models lack detail, combat can get repetitive.