Reviews and Problems with Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale
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Not up to par, even for $15.
kystra, Game Informer
16 June 2011
Summary: Since I play the actual game Dungeons and Dragons on paper every week, you can understand my initial excitement for this downloadable game. Especially since it was $15. But 5 minutes into it, all that excitement was gone. There are only four classes/races to choose from, that don't really even line up with stats or favored classes in the real game. The combat is glitchy, at best.
Summary: I bought this game remembering the old Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance games on the PS2. They were great games to sit down and play with your friends,had interesting graphic designs,and a fun leveling system.All the good things I remembered about those games is the exact opposite of this game.Very rarely do any of the core mechanics function properly resulting in frustrating and rough gameplay.Ugly graphics,terrible AI,broken controls, and boring dungeon grinding keep this...
Summary: I remember having a great time playing Baldur's Gate and Marvel's superhero hack and slash games on the original Xbox with my buddy. This game is horrible even when compaired to these last-gen games. Lifeless, ugly, and full of terrible everything, especially for $15. I've seriously had more fun with games on the market place I spent $1 on. Avoid this and wait for a better arcade game to come along.