Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Fighter Live: Fall of Hendon Myre
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1 January 2013
Summary: This is definitively the worst beat'em up I've ever played. I don't believe that such mediocre game can be made in 2012. There are a lot of reasons not to play Dungeon Fighter Live: - The playability is nefarius, the game engine is really bad.
Summary: I never played the PC version of this game, but I'm a great fan of River City Ransom, Streets of Rage series Guardian Heroes and more recently, Scott Pilgrim and Castle Crashers. My score reflects my actual enjoyment of a video game more than any bias or shortcomings.
Summary: This games is fun as hell me and my best friend spent 9 hours playing this till we relized we got addicted to the game. You will not regret buying dungeon fighter live and you never know they might bring out DLC.this is a nice game if you like to dungeon ass with friends.
Summary: This game is spectacular! How old do I not see a game of this type, it's all very magical and nostalgic. For those who like the series Final Fight, Street of Rage and Cadillac Dinosaur, will love this game and still has that touch of RPG that lets the game perfect and enjoyable to play.
Summary: Dungeon Fighter Live represents much of what is wrong with console ports today. Nexon took thier fairly popular MMO and stripped it down to bare bones put an HD coat of paint on it and what would appear to be just for kicks added some truly terrible design elements.
Summary: Dungeon Fighter LIVE has descent on-line system and it's one of the most exciting game in XBOX LIVE ever. When you get into other gamer's dungeon, and slash all the monsters with other gamers, you cannot help loving this title. Playing only solo mode is not fun.
Summary: I've only scratched the surface, but I feel this is a decent recreation of the real deal DFO, which I am a super fan of. The graphics are kicked up a notch, and the multiplayer is a little easier to get into.