Reviews and Problems with Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale
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Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale
Game Over Online
10 June 2015
Excerpt: The third edition of Dungeons & Dragons was a big windfall for the CRPG industry, and spawned a frankly ridiculous number of video games over the course of the last decade or so. Atari made a lot of them, which ranged from tactical strategy games to dungeon crawlers to the top-down action-RPG, the...
Conclusion: First I was about to change my stance on if it is a good game or not based completely on the other players who I have had a great time playing with however, As i was compelting the fourth character to level 10 at about level 8 all my special abilities stopped functioning no matter how many times i...
Excerpt: You know, it really is nice to see the name “Dungeons & Dragons” once again in a decent video game. Unfortunately, “decent” is about as much praise as you can muster for Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale .
Dungeons and Dragons: DaggerDale [Video] Review (XBLA)
Gamers Daily News
22 June 2011
Summary: This is one of the worst D&D games I’ve seen in some time. It’s like this game design document was sitting our prior to Neverwinter Nights and Atari just dusted it off and told Bedlam to make it as is.
Conclusion: After smashing countless barrels, slaying goblins and dragonborn and filling my pockets with gold, I ask myself if it was worth it. Was traveling through bland environments, fighting battles that grew repetitive and dealing with the glitches worth the 15-dollar asking price?
Excerpt: With the switch to D&D 's fourth edition, which is already designed from the ground up to play online, I've been wondering how the CRPG cottage industry would adapt to it, and now with Daggerdale (which I am constantly having to go back and doublecheck to make sure I didn't write as Daggerfall by...
Excerpt: There has been a long association between Dungeons & Dragons and computer games, and this is the first officially licensed product based on the recent 4th Edition Rules. Can this download-only experience match up to some of the finest hack & slash role-playing games of the past?
Summary: It's not bad for a downloadable game; it could be really excellent if the developers fix the problems that are prevalent in the title at the moment. It doesn't really warrant 1200 msp with buggy skill loss however. That needs a definite fix!
Excerpt: Having just completed one of the best RPGs I have played in a very long time in the form of The Witcher 2, I was keen to get into something a bit more casual, and to set myself up with a nice big appetite for the powerhouse that is Diablo 3 in the near future.