Reviews and Problems with Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics
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IF you love turn based D&D turn based action this game is for you.. else not.
PSPfan "quicxfingers", Amazon
26 July 2010
Summary: A lot of reviews are simply negative when compared to other games out there.. which is unfair since this is a unique game that stand out all by itself. The other turn based games people think of are Final Fantasy tactics is just not the same as this game. The style is different, and in my opinion, it far superior to the out dated ones in FFT.
Summary: ok 1st off I am a dungeons and dragons former nerd. so my review might be seeming to be in favor of all the options in this game (which I am) but they may not be for everyone. this game has all the D&D favs such as the Beholder, Illithids, Dragons of course, Undead and so much more. also the (up to 4 player) multiplayer wireless adhoc option is pure genious. just dont think this is one of your standard level up/ loot grinders.
Summary: A very engrossing D&D game with great depth of character creation and customisation. I`m currently on Act 3 with my party of six at level 13 and once you get used to the camera control and yes some slightly annoying niggles such as the trade items menu, storyline etc etc this RPG is about as good as it gets on a PSP. I`d love to see this released on PC and I do hope there is a follow up.
Comprehensive D&D combat encounters from level 1 to 30+
Jason S., amazon.co.uk
11 December 2008
Summary: It's not really an rpg game but more of a D&D version 3.5 combat simulator. And hence it has the name tatics in it. You can take a party through a series of missions. These missions consist mainly of combat encounters and it is tactical. And if you really like the combat in D&D you may well loose many many hours in this. It is good at what it is a D&D combat simulator. I would recommend it for hard core D&D tacticians who love tactical combat and character advancement.
Summary: I agree with the general comments already made. It is an excellent reproduction of D&D; slightly fiddly with item swapping; and very, very addictive. I'm only about 25% of the way in to the game, and am impressed that the levels are becoming harder at a good pace. At this early stage, I could definitely see myself restarting the campaign in, say, 6 months time, which isn't always the case with RPGs.
Summary: This is brilliant - gameplay is very reminiscent of the old Laser Squad games! If you like RPGs like Neverwinter Nights on the PC, chances are you'll love this! The graphics are amazing and the sound is terrific (very Lord Of The Rings). Highly recommended - but beware as you will be hooked for hours!
Summary: As a lifetime fan of the PC based RPG's Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale and Neverwinter Nights (first one!) I've been looking forward to seeing something that matches up on the PSP. Good RPGs are difficult to come by these days in the European market so it was good to get a preview copy of this little gem. All I can say to traditional turn based RPG fans is BUY IT!
Summary: I have been following this title for a while and if you are a D & D which I am this is for you ! The graphics look superb from the screenshots I have seen and the trailor sets the scene to a game which is shaping up to be something special..... A must buy for us D & D fans !