Summary: While Class of Heroes 2 is pretty much a paint by numbers dungeon crawl following the basic format and trappings of the genre set in place since Wizardry and The Bard’s Tale , it’s a solid experience in all respects and is sure to delight diehard fans of this hack and slash subgenre of RPGs – as...
Excerpt: Class of Heroes is a 2D old school dungeon crawler that was released for the PSP in 2009 and it received mediocre reviews in the USA. In Japan the series is doing well enough to produce several sequels for it.
Pros: Humorous dialog and fun quests; challenging labyrinths
Cons: There's a little bit of a learning curve and the story takes a little while to pick up steam
Summary: Class of Heroes is easily the worst dungeon crawler I’ve ever had the misfortune to experience. Everything that games like The Bard’s Tale , Eye of the Beholder , Shining the Holy Ark and Revenge of Werdna did right, this game does horribly horribly wrong.
Excerpt: Class of Heroes II is for a select group of gamers. The hardcore RPG fan who takes things very slowly, and work through games meticulously. There are fans of this game play style in the video game industry. How do I know? Class of Heroes II is fan funded and supported.
Excerpt: I recently broke from my regularly scheduled action/adventure/shooter/platformer/fighting/sports/strategy/rpg playing to take a critical look at a game that I can honestly say I never expected to see in my Nintendo Wii.
Summary: Atlus U.S.A.'s Class of Heroes is a first-person dungeon-crawling RPG adventure with more than 75 levels of deadly catacombs, hundreds of varieties of vile monsters, intricate art of alchemy, and over 1300 items, priceless treasures, and rare artifacts.