Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale Pro Reviews
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Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale Reviews5
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|GameZone||4.5/10||Jun 01 '11|
|GameSpot||4.5/10||May 27 '11|
|Gamespy||1.5/5||May 25 '11|
|Strategy Informer||5.0/10||Jun 08 '11|
|Worthplaying||7.5/10||May 26 '11|
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Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale Previews
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|Games Radar||May 04 '11|
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"The wait for Diablo seems like it will never end, and numerous dungeon-crawlers have sprung up to take advantage of gamers’ anticipation. We love a good smash ‘n’ loot fare, and we also love D&D, so with the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale we have a promising console-friendly crawler to pass the time. It’s no point-and-click affair, but rather closer to Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance in its sticking-and-moving action. At least that’s the case with the console version we played – although there will be a PC downloadable version as well. The big draw will be... ..."
"The decent hack-and-slash action of Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale is plagued by more problems than its heroic adventurers can handle. "
"The storyline doesn’t break any new ground, taking every fantasy cliché you can think of and throwing it right at you from the very beginning. The dark and very evil Lord Rezlus and his band of Zhentarim build the Tower of Void, which must be destroyed and Rezlus defeated. Furthering the cliché are the four main characters: a Human warrior, Halfling wizard, Elf rogue and Dwarf cleric. The tower just happens to reside right in the middle of the Dwarven mines, which doesn’t make the dwarves all too happy. A quest or two later, you find yourself in their service, scouring every corner of the mines."
"Our Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale verdict is in."