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Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes Review
9 February 2008
Conclusion: Those who enjoyed Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance will definitely enjoy Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes, but the game also has a broad appeal that should span outside to a host of gamers. If you’re looking for a four-player game to have fun with friends, Heroes should definitely be considered.
Excerpt: The Dungeons & Dragons name has been around for years, but rarely has it seen the light of day on a home console. Taking a page from Diablo , Gauntlet and Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance , Atari has brought the D&D name to the Xbox.
Pros: Good multiplayer action, Easy to pick up controls, Nice CG scenes
Cons: Blocky character models, Lots of fetching, Repetitive areas
Excerpt: I had my first exposure to Dungeons & Dragons ( D&D ) on Christmas morning when I was 11 years old. Hidden amongst the veritable treasure trove of gifts Santa had left me was the official D&D starter kit.
Excerpt: The Dungeons & Dragons license has been tapped countless times in the world of RPGs. Some have titles have been great, while others have done a better job at leveling coffee tables that providing a solid game experience.
Excerpt: If you’re eagerly awaiting the release of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 , you might want to give this game a look. Dungeons & Dragons Heroes takes the basic hack and slash combat style and brings XBox owners an enjoyable gaming experience.
Excerpt: The first time I played Dungeons & Dragons Heroes, I had several friends over and we had a good time, and everything went very smoothly. The second, and subsequent time I went to play heroes, it was just by myself, and I found myself overwhelmed by baddies.
Excerpt: I had my first exposure to Dungeons & Dragons on Christmas morning when I was 11 years old. Hidden amongst the veritable treasure trove of gifts Santa had left me was the official D&D starter kit.
Summary: I don’t understand why people in the olden days always made the same mistakes. When will they learn that reincarnating a powerful dead being can only lead to trouble? It’s the same burden that lead to the downfall of the guys in and it’s the same premise here in .
Conclusion: bells, whistles and Bastard Swords +2 of an RPG. The game also allows you to zoom the camera in and out of the action -- a cool feature, particularly since the weapons, armor and enemies are all well detailed.
Excerpt: The story centers around a tale in which 4 heroes (Cleric, Rogue, Fighter, and Wizard) defeated an evil wizard (Kaedin) 150 years ago who now has come back thanks to a group of evil clerics who have attempted to harness the dead wizard's power for themselves.