Reviews and Problems with Dungeons and Dragons Heroes
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masterpiece_conspiracy, The Student Center
3 September 2004
Summary: It seems that bird's eye action RPG's were the new wave ever since the hit Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (PS2/XBOX) was released about two years ago. Taking after BG: DA developer Snowblind, Atari tries to do the same with their newest D&D title, Heroes.
Summary: This is an old game now, and if you are interested in the single-player experience, you should stay away from this (old graphics, old gameplay, old everything), BUT if you are interested in co-op... this is one of the best games you can get!
Summary: This is a typical hack and slash game. And that is almost always fun. Beside from that its nice to play a game which take you back to the good old days with ADD. Me and my eight year old son has played this game alot and both he and I find it fun - but as there aint much for the brain cells to do it...
Summary: If you're reading this, the chances are that you have either played the Baldur's Gate (PC) games or 'Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (1 and 2) on the Xbox and you liked them so much that you are trying to find other games which are similar.
Summary: Well I read the reviews and onething that wasn't really mentioned was the ability to get your friends round and sit there for hours on end shouting at each other to get their butts in gear (all in fun though).
Summary: This game is ok on average but it is not something that will blow you away. I enjoyed it while i played it once but it has no real replay value. The strange thing about this game is that you can start a new adventure with an existing high level character but even in higher difficulty level the...