Embark on a journey to rediscover and learn the lost Ancient Fighting Arts of Westoria Kingdom, a land plagued by a legion of undead and monstrous soldiers, ruled by a nefarious Demon Lord. Legend foretells a hero who will rise up and wield the powers of the lost Fighting Arts to destroy the bringer of death, restoring peace to a once beautiful and great kingdom.
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Choose your Fighting Style – Discover over 60 different fighting styles across 8 lost Ancient Fighting Art schools. Become a balanced warrior and study techniques from all 8 schools or become a specialist and dedicate your focus to one of the lost Fighting Arts.
Epic Battles – Wage battles against legions of different creatures, including undead soldiers, mutated monsters, and even an army of ancient automatons brought to life by dark magic. Strategy in battle is the key to survival.
Choose your Hero – 3 Races and 3 Classes to choose from, each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses.
Epic Journey – Uncover the conspiracy to release the Demon God from his sealed prison
Choose your Weapon – Choose from hundreds of different types of weapons, armor, and equipment and upgrade them as you progress through your adventure.
Epic Multiplayer Adventure – Battle the Demon Lord's minions alone or join forces with up to 2 other friends via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
Dungeon Explorer is rated
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Rated 2 out of
Not exactly Oblivion...Dungeon Explores is a RPG that falls short of titles like Elder Scrolls and Alan Wake... By alot! The graphics are terrible and the sound is even worse. I had this game around when it came out and still wasn't impressed at all with the technology involved in the production of the RPG. It almost has gameboy level graphics and your characters don't even speak. They just have words flash acrossed the bottem of the screen and call it a day... Not too impressive to be completely honest but a kid that has never touched a PSP, PS2, PS3, XBOX, or XBOX 360 may be able to get passed the graphical and audio short comings,
Date published: 2012-02-23
Rated 5 out of
A game that I will keep in my collectionShort comment: It is a real-time action RPG. The pace is not too fast so you should be OK if you are not too comfortable with speeds. I find this game fun to play and go back to it often. Story line is bland and music is OK. Bottom line: I am glad I purchased this game and plan to keep it. First with the Bad: Graphics are OK (not final fantasy or mana) but no bad to detract for my gaming experience. Sounds: Music is OK, no talking...NPC in town make some type of brief noise...I play with the sound off...so this is OK to me. The Good: Customization is good. Random weapon/item drops are good. Can customize the robot companion's equipment (that effect its abilities) and make it follow you or act on its own. Gameplay: I like the controls and their reaction to my commands (easier for a ranged character but worth playing for melee as well). Replay value is good. Random selection of special abilities and character/race types makes it worth playing again...no random maps though. Buy if if you like: Diablo like games, Guantlet type geas, Lord of the Rings for the Gameboy Advance (this is what the experience is like).