Reviews and Problems with Dungeons and Dragons Heroes
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a good team-playing game
5 November 2007
Summary: If you've played Baldur's Gate before, then *Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes* will be a piece of cake for you. In fact, I found it to be a bit too easy, especially when battling the "bosses" for each level. Nonetheless, team-playing is always fun with destroying the enemies, collecting coins, weapons and rewards, discussing strategies with your teammates and the like.
Overall Great Game......Especially 4 player co-op!!!!!!!!!!
The Reject "Rogue", Amazon
30 July 2005
Summary: Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes ...... can be darn fun, the highlight being the 4 player co-op which makes this game different from most of the other games on the market!!! Well, it's the same old, same old, with the Gaunlet/ Dialbo feel and the Balder's Gate look!!! The game isn't perfect either.....!!! Don't get me wrong it is a great game but, nothing special, well except for the 4 player co-op which keeps this game fun!!!
Summary: The main reason I buy console games is for the multiplayer option. If I want a single player game I buy it for my pc. This game is a fun hack & slash game. If you are looking for a complicated game with a wide variety of level ups this game isnt the game for you. It does include the very basics for for an rpg, and an story line that you have to adhere to strictly whuch is very similiar to baldurs gate for the console.
Summary: This game seems strangely reminiscent of games like Diablo I and II for the PC. That is, it's a hack n' slash dungeons and dragons game. I found the game extremely fun, albeit a bit short. I do not consider myself to be an exceptional gamer and I had very little problem beating this game. The graphics are only above average, although the fire and other lighting effects are great.
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. The gameplay is pretty much the same as in DA, but the biggest draw of the game is being able to play through the game with three of your friends.
Summary: This game makes me think back to the D&D arcade game in the early nineties. That game rocked- it was made up entirely in the Dungeons and Dragons world, but it wasn't an RPG at all. A side-scrolling swordswinger, "Heroes" is great for both ends of fantasy-enthusiasts. For the spell shooter/sword swingers out there, you've got plenty of button mashing action. For the RPG fans, you've got a great character advancement system to keep you occupied.
Summary: This game, while worth the 20 hours my brother and I spent on it disappointed us in the end. Perhaps if we had played on the toughest skill level it would have been more challenging. The objective was reached without much trouble in a "hack and slash" style. Disappointing ending for a pretty good game.
Summary: This game is great! The handling is good, the fighting is excuisite, and the graphics are great! The only thing that bugs me is the angle. That kind of bothered me on Buldar's Gate as well. Otherwise, it is great!