Rated 9 out of 10 by Arson Man Great RPG, but What downloadable content?
This game is a must have for all RPG gamers but it may be a little confusing for people that are new to the world of Dungeons and Dragons. The graphics are pretty good considering that it is a portable game and gameplay can be pretty challenging. If you are new to the game i suggest you make a fighter or a paladin for your player character because they do a lot of damage and have high health. The only thing i think they should have fixed is the camera because sometimes you cannot move to a certain area because the camera isn't lined up perfectly, good thing you can change the camera with the analog stick. Lastly the description says there is downloadable content, but where is it? The game does not have a downloads section in the menus. Do i get it off the internet? Overall this game is a must have for the psp.
Rated 1 out of 10 by lostisgreat This is Horrible
I really like tactical rpg's I love valkyria chronicles and disgaea. But this game is just horrid. Let's start with the gameplay pretty bad for one thing you miss 9 out of 10 attacks. And besides that huge disadvantage the gameplay still is'nt that good. So bad there, the sound well you can't really mess that up,same with graphics. And I would never play this game AGAIN I returned very shortly after getting it I don't think you have to be a dungeon and dragons fan to appreciate this I don't think any one should fan or not
Rated 7 out of 10 by Doog37 Great game saddled with 2 major flaws
I really wish the QA team for this game focused on gameplay and not just bugs... I really enjoy the D&D world; I played a few of the older computer games and had reasonable expectations. I was both delighted and outraged. I have never had such mixed feelings about a game. On the one hand the tactical combat and leveling elements are great. The problem is that you travel (when not in combat) in a tactical combat fashion (meaning you move each party member, one at a time based on their in combat movement range) this takes up way too much time and really was just poorly thought out. The second issue is the inventory/shop system is much more cumbersome than needed. Instead of having a group inventory each person holds their own stuff and items need to be traded between one member and another meaning if you fighter picked up an item (due to his high strength he can carry more) even when "in town" you have to trade items; this is again a factor of the tactical element (which is A+) so that encumberance (how much weight you are holding) is always monitored, but it was a mistake. If they had the party move as a whole outside combat and allowed for a pool of items when not "adventuring" this game would have been a 9 or 10. I played this game to the end and really enjoyed it. The story was meaningful, combat challenging and locations were well thought out. Gosh I wish some testers would have said "hey this is a video game not a pen and paper port" fix these 2 ridiculous issues.
Rated 0 out of 10 by WoW Freak What to expect?
I have not played a beta or anything. I love D&D and i think this game looks great, the characters and oprions look amazing, still im a little confused. If you look at the game shots you'll see that the game is repetitive. i hope that the game captivates the imaginative part as well as the gaming. When i was a teen-ager thats what D&D was about imagination, so in my opinion looks great i'll probably recomend getting!
Rated 0 out of 10 by gamer boy awsome game
this game seems fun but theres only one probelm i see in the screen shots that i dont really like. most of the screen shot pictrues dont really have up close veiw of the person. other then that this game sounds like a whole lot of fun. it kinda reminds me of a computer game that i used to play called maplestory. u can lvl cange weapons and do all kindas of stuff like this game.
Rated 0 out of 10 by real dnd'er Turn based glory!
This game ISN'T like Gladius, thank god. Just because D&D Tactics *and* Gladius are tile-based, turn-based strategy games doesn't make them similar. D&D Tactics is more like classic 1980's PC D&D RPGs. Like pool of radiance. It's all about deep, statistical combat, something that has been lacking in D&D games for the past 14 years. I'm REALLY looking forward to a REAL D&D game for a change. Turn based is real D&D.
Rated 0 out of 10 by chongo666 waiting....
well i hope this is gonna be like the old school (gold box games like 10 years ago--eye of the beholder,etc) but way more in depth.it would be awesome too if the come out with content just like the old school modules too---assault on the hill giants---queen of the demonweb pits---white plume mountain--- who knows...would be cool tho.seeing the videos make it seem like old school-ill be getting this.
Rated 0 out of 10 by lolo gladius (old ps2) meets d&d
after more research and screen shots this game looks like a mix of gladius and d&d....gladius was an old ps2 gladiator strategy made by lucasarts which was highly addictive and cool as hell--if this is like it then this is gonna be an awesome game--prepare to waste many hours on it--looks kinda like a game of chess with d&d dudes-----super cool
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer About time psionics gets some love :)
Do you know how long it's been since psionics was put into a DnD game? Darksun was the last one, and it was a incredible game for it's time. I'm pretty excited to finally have a DnD game that includes the bastard stepchildren of the DnD core books, the psions and psionic warriors. :) Looks good so far, but I really hope they add a quick move for out of combat. Hopes are high!
Rated 0 out of 10 by Jackalope downloadable content
Hope the downloadable content is actually something they support. So many times I've seen this and the company has 1 DL content to the game and that is it. Would be awesome if they let US make our own adventures and be able to share them with others. Hopefully will be a great game regardless!