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Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale is a well intended attempt by Atari and Bedlam Games to ride on the coattails of the D&D rule set's last foray into the Dungeon Crawler genre: the much beloved Dark Alliance games. However, for as many successful steps forward the game takes, there are just as many tumbles backwards, leading to an experience that doesn't really ever find its own feet. Daggerdale - as the name so helpfully informs us - tasks heroes (You can pick from either a Human Fighter, a...5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Oh man fourth edition, you are just so easy.Yes, that shoddy cell phone pic is of a dwarf. And as such a dwarf, that the shitty picture does it no justice of how bad and ugly this thing really is. I'm sorry, but I really hate his face...Anyway, Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale is a multiplayer-focused class based action RPG ruled by the 4th edition from the table top version of D&D. It is loot heavy and a very simple dungeon crawler. Only having four classes to pick from; Dwarven Cleric, Hu...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale is a nice classic throw back to the old dungeon crawler games. Set up as a 4 person co-op game both online and local, this is a welcomed gem. Loot drops are a plenty in this game however you still feel somewhat limited as well. You start by choosing 1 out of 4 characters: Human Fighter, Elf Rogue, Dwarf Cleric, and Halfling Mage. Each character has their own skills, special ability, and specific gear types they can use. Like with most RPGs, when you level up y...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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