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Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale - PC

by Atari
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
59 customer reviews
Metascore: 49 / 100
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  • Solo and Co-op Play - Battle through the mines of Tethyamar and tower of Rezlus solo or with 1-3 of your friends
  • Questing - Combines both exploration and combat including a reward system for player progression
  • Immersive Combat - Battle a wide range of enemies by engaging in intuitive pick-up-and-play melee, tactical ranged combat, or powerful spell casting
  • Character Development - Select a class, build your ultimate hero, collect loot, and earn experience; select feats, powers, and skills to enhance and customize your hero as you level up
  • Multiple Game Modes - Unlock new areas and challenges in Campaign mode, or hone your skills in Freeplay
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Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale is multiplayer Action Role-playing (RPG) game set within an authentic D&D gameworld that will thrill new and more experienced players alike. In this world players must unite as they quest to stop Rezlus and his Zhentarim from invading and conquering the Dalelands. Game features include: multiple ways to play, including single player support and co-op both in local and online play; pick-up-and-play style gameplay; multiple game modes; and deep character development.

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Story

Travel to the Forgotten Realms, where the adventure begins in the Dalelands, nestled in the remote Desertsmouth Mountains. From the sulfuric catacombs of the mines of Tethyamar, to the dizzying heights of the Tower of the Void, Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale combines the depth of Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition with intuitive, action packed combat that will satisfy the most seasoned of adventurers. With compelling hack-and-slash gameplay, fluid graphics, and a choice of play modes, Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale offers an accessible, thrilling, and unmatched RPG experience.

A warrior character with sword drawn and shield at the ready in Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale
Draw your sword, notch an arrow, ready a spell and heft your axe as you quest into the Forgotten Realms.
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Gameplay

Select an in-game race, character class and gender and set off to build your ultimate hero, questing, collecting loot and earning experience points at every turn. As part of this you can select feats, powers, and skills to enhance and customize your hero as you level up. The focus is on pick-up-and-play style action, so players within a quest group can coexist - with new players picking up the game quickly, and more advanced players delving deeper into the feature set. The game features single player and multiplayer modes, as well as four-player co-op support online, and two-player support locally with split-screen functionality.

Key Game Features

  • Solo and Co-op Play - Battle through the mines of Tethyamar and tower of Rezlus solo or with 1-3 of your friends.
  • Questing - Combines both exploration and combat including a reward system for player progression.
  • Immersive Combat - Battle a wide range of enemies by engaging in intuitive pick-up-and-play melee, tactical ranged combat, or powerful spell casting.
  • Character Development - Select a class, build your ultimate hero, collect loot, and earn experience. Select feats, powers, and skills to enhance and customize your hero as you level up.
  • Stunning Levels and Exploration - Take on a variety of perilous quests and explore the richly detailed environments of Daggerdale.
  • Intuitive Pick-up-and-play - Easy to learn, with great depth for those who wish to master.
  • Multiple Game Modes - Unlock new areas and challenges in Campaign mode, or hone your skills in Freeplay.
  • Authentic D&D Experience - The detailed world of the iconic Dungeons & Dragons franchise has been painstakingly recreated for a rich, complex, and thrilling game experience

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A huge enemy barrelling down on you in Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale
Multiple game modes.
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  • ASIN: B002I0JLEQ
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 24, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,459 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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129 of 134 people found the following review helpful By J. Givens on May 28, 2011
OK, where to begin... Here's some background on me. I'm a D&D junky. I love D&D, and I have since I was a kid. I don't play the RPG stuff much anymore, but I read some of the source material and a lot of the fiction books. I also rush out and buy the PC games when they come out. When I heard about this one, it was no different. I did think to myself, "Why is this game only $15?" Now I know... :)

I'm probably being too generous giving this game 3 out of 5 stars. I haven't finished the game, but I can't imagine the game will be much different after having played it for 4 hours. The game isn't a total waste of time and money - especially considering it was priced right for what you get out of it. But while there is SOME fun to be had, there's a lot of frustration, too.

THE GOOD:
The graphics aren't too bad, although they won't stand up to any AAA title of today. In fact, I kind of liked them. The character models look pretty good, and so far there seems to be a fair amount of variation of the characters - e.g. there are a number of different dwarfs roaming their halls in one part of the game. While not top of the line, for a $15 dollar game, they look OK. The textures aren't bad either. There's enough variety - so far - that I'm not too bored looking at the scenery as I play the game. The level design is better than some games I've seen. The game takes place below ground, so it's a throwback to dungeon crawlers of the past. It's actually a lot of fun to play a D&D game that isn't so focused above ground for a change. I guess they were trying - maybe??? - to capture the fun of games like Dungeon Hack, an old DOS D&D game. The story seems to be fairly decent too, but as I mentioned, I haven't gotten that far into the game.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Tom on June 3, 2011
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OK, I'm a sucker for dungeon crawls, but this game was just ... terrible.

Poor graphics, one of the longest and most tedious setup/downloads for a game I've ever experienced (be prepared to set up a Steam online account if you don't have one already), clunky interface, limited character customizability, cheesy "cutscenes", almost unbearable NPC interactions (NPCs just growl at you -- one must read the subtitles for interpretation), and overall, the game is just boring (unless you like smashing barrels, barrels, and -- yes -- still more barrels).

It is really astounding to me that much older games -- Dungeon Siege, Guild Wars, etc. -- are not only less expensive than this game but also VASTLY superior in almost every way.

I never much cared for Dungeons and Dragons Online, but next to Daggerdale, Dungeons and Dragons Online is a masterpiece of gaming.

Sorry if I sound ranty, but I simply cannot believe a game released in 2011 could be this awful. Be smarter than me: listen to the negative reviews and stay away from this mess. I've read the other reviews here at Amazon but, seriously, giving this game 2 or 3 stars is far too generous, in my opinion. If the game had been released 15 years ago, then maybe a few stars would be justified, but in 2011? No, just no.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Wicasawakan on June 11, 2011
Wow. I didn't believe some of the reviews and figured that for the low price, I could still get this game and have a good Saturday afternoon's fun. Boy was I wrong on this one.
Lets give credit where credit is due. There was some good work put into this game. It has it's high points. But the low points are so low that Atari really needs to get it's dev's head's out of their back sides and get back to making a working game. Not so much as a working game since it "worked" fine but the issues below will explain.
PROs:
- I never had any loading issues, installing issues, clipping/jaggies or time when I looked at the gameplay and said, "They screwed up". It plays very well. It's fluid and combat is simple and straight forward.
- A lot of detail was put into the design of the game. For a starting price of $15, it wasn't a bad start.
- Gameplay and character developing (level up) was simplified to a point that you really didn't have to think too hard what gear you needed or how to spend your points.
- Although the main characters artwork left much to be desired, that final dragon fight was a real high point in this game. I hate these "press 1 now!" kinda games but it wasn't hard to figure out there were only 4 keys or mouse clicks to choose from so I give it some brownie points for keeping that part short and sweet. In my PC version, you only had to press 1, F, right click or left click.
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Mid-range:
- I do understand how a D&D could possibly limit your initial character design if it planned on you using the same character for 3-4 game installments. But not letting the player roll their stats??!! That's a core D&D staple we all look for when starting a campaign.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By G. Deutschlander on May 31, 2011
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The price is right if it had more content like Torchlight. The coop is fun, but only because you are hunting mobs with a friend.

The graphics are not bad, the camera is a bit wonky.

The sound and music are terrible. No voice acting, just grunts, why put voice in at all?

The quest and save system blows. I save often but it doesn't do any good, when you quit out it goes back to the last major completed quests.

Game runs stable on my Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit computer and nVidia 560 Ti.

Final thoughts, dig out Torchlight with the new Multiplayer Mod instead of purchasing this game.
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