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Dungeons & Dragons Online: StormReach - PC (Standard (DVD))

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2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews) 74 / 100

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Platform: PC
Edition: Standard (DVD)
  • Be a champion in private quests focused on adventure, not grind.
  • Survive unforgiving dungeons, fiendish traps and foes that punish the foolish.
  • Create a custom hero from five races, nine classes, and hundreds of skills, feats and looks.
  • Fight using active combat where skill matters and seconds count.
  • Experience classic D&D role-playing based on the v3.5 rules.

Product Details

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard (DVD)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009N5O5E
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 28, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,458 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard (DVD)

Product Description

For over 30 years Dungeons & Dragons® has been the legendary benchmark for all roleplaying games. Now you can experience the first online 3D virtual world faithful to classic D&D. This is no ordinary MMO – you will have to rely on your battle-tested combat skills, your wits, your cunning and a talented party to survive where many others have failed.

Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach recreates the essence of the classic pen-and-paper roleplaying experience - with an emphasis on non-grinding, instanced quests that provide a unique, immersive experience for each party. Authentic features in the game include customizable characters; dungeons filled with devious traps; monsters and stories from the Eberron campaign setting; an on-screen d20 (20-sided die) and a dungeon master. The unique online world of Stormreach is a bustling city with thousands of players from around the world. It represents a new paradigm for the MMO genre with unique features including party-based quests, integrated voice chat, real-time action combat, and award winning graphics. DDO is based on the world-renowned Dungeons & Dragons brand.

The included Twilight Forge module offers new content for players of all levels ranging from new soloable dungeons in the harbor to additional advanced-level quests that culminate in a new raid encounter with the legendary Warforged Titan. The player experience has been vastly improved by including new features that make grouping easier, an improved user interface, and enhancements to the dungeons in the harbor that enable more solo-play and more diverse monster encounters.

In addition to the ability to create characters based on the drow, also known as the dark elf, players can expect to encounter eight new monsters from the D&D universe, including the Mindflayer, Ogre Magi, Warforged Titan, Mummy and Lich. Finally, the Twilight Forge module includes a new award system that gives players bonuses for completing dungeons on all difficulty levels.

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114 of 139 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard (DVD)
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO) is an above average dungeon crawler that has the potential to be a lot of fun for a while with enjoyable instanced quests and lively gameplay. Unfortunately, there are a lot of little things that will likely make the value of the subscription fee here questionable in a month or two, and even early on many will have issues with forced grouping. Having actually purchased the headstart, I am having a blast - but take a star off of fun for the grouping issue, and two stars off of overall for the rule implementations, lack of PvP, and value proposition, leaving this at 4 fun/3 overall, or 3.5 stars.

With Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) having spawned literally tens of thousands of imitations at the top of the family tree of RPGs, MUDs, and MMORPGS, publisher Turbine has both the blessing of an eager audience and curse of a really tough comparison. The good news is that they've done an enjoyable job of implementing the heart of the D&D experience, which is the dungeon crawl. Unlike many MMORPGs, support classes like rogues are a requirement for almost all dungeons - there's no uber single class build here - and a well designed group and careful gameplay is a more important than any particular player, item, or spell.

However, the group aspect is double-edged. Outside of the first 5 or 6 early dungeons (even less for certain weak combat classes), solo play simply doesn't work - meaning your entire gaming experience will depend on finding a suitable group or guild. The support for this isn't bad, with ingame voice chat and being able to select exactly what you want in terms of a class and level in group search, but even players within a good guild can have significant waiting times while everyone gets ready.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deserves a second look October 23, 2006
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard (DVD)
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The expectations for this game were through the roof and a lot of people were dissapointed when it launched. One thing that is important to keep in mind is that it is an MMO and so the reviews that were drawn up the day this game launched may not be so relevant at this point (8 months down the road as of this writing). The game has grown in leaps and bounds in this time.

There is someone in another Amazon review who complained about bugs and lack of customer support. Its true that there were a number of bugs at launch (quest item decay, monsters not spawning correctly all the time, etc). These weren't common but were pervasive enough to be a problem. And at that time some of the customer service policies were not in place to handle these situations. But Turbine has ALWAYS had a good rep for customer service and they made good on that in the case of DDO too. They never were rude or uncommunicative in in-game support. They never had long wait times for support like other popular MMO's have had. And lastly they figured out ways to resolve some of the quest breaking bugs.

Turbine will have released three modules by the end of this month and a number of smaller content updates. All of the major bugs at launch have long since been addressed, major amounts of content have been added, the level cap has been raised, game systems have been added to reward playing through all content (not the the quests that were easiest / had the best loot), game systems for auction houses, pvp, and a mail system have *all* been added since the game launched. In short this game is twice what it was at launch, and all this without an expansion pack.

DDO delivered on its promise of delivering a Massive Multiplayer Online game with the basic game rules of D&D 3.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game in current state - DDO unlimited September 22, 2009
Platform for Display:PC| Edition:Standard (DVD)|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
DDO is currently in the DDO Unlimited state. Meaning, it's Free-To-Play. There is the option to buy Store points to spend on items. This has changed the nature of the game.
The game features are all free. However, if you want to enhance your experience you can purchase game items. This includes some content, classes and races (Drow, Warforged and Monk for example).

I played in 2007 and left the game only to return and I am hooked on this game. I have not played a MMO as good as this one since EQ1 and I have played many of them.

Here are somethings that have changed.

Starting Area - Korthos island is the new starting area. It is better then any tutorial I have played for beginners in a game. It has a great story line, eases people into the game and provides a better understanding of your character class. For people who are new to DnD, upon character creation you have more suggestions about how to best customize your character. All this makes the new player expereince great and immersive.

Another great addition are Hirelings. You can use in-game coins (gold) to purchase temporary hirelings to accompany you on quests. For most people, this means the inclusion of a cleric to heal you while you run around on Solo or Normal mode on quests. These hirelings are helpful even in group situations. The AI is really good and it add great depth to the game. More so, it makes it fun and content that was not solo able, now is. The DDO devs have hinted that the Hireling system will only expand and grow in the future.

Back to the DDO Store. You can purchase items from the store even while on a quest. You use points that you can earn, purchase for real cash or gain by being a full subscriber.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Eventually I came back since there literally is no other game quite...
I bought this game when it first came out and was not F2P. Played it with friends and family for 3 years before moving on to other MMORPGs. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Darius
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
No other combat like it..7 years running and still there. It is home :)
Published 1 month ago by Honest
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I'm not going to write a technical review on the merits of the game, as others have done that before, many very well indeed. Rather, I'm just going to add my 2 cents. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Knightwind
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I love the game I have always been a fan of the dungeon and dragons genre and the characters that I create.
Published 17 months ago by scott gates
1.0 out of 5 stars WORST MMO EVER
I loved playing AD&D with dice and character sheets, but this game is probably the single worst MMO I have ever played!
Published 21 months ago by Mark A. Mcdonald
4.0 out of 5 stars Yes! Dungeons and Dragons ONLINE!
Ive been waiting for a long long time for this! I really enjoy the game and Ive been met some really nice people for play with... Of course, you play it Online... Read more
Published on July 18, 2011 by Carlos Alberto Campos
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best MMOs ever made.
Please note that all bad reviews of this game are circa 2006. It's a testament to the Turbine team of what they have managed to accomplish in terms of turning this lame duck around... Read more
Published on March 1, 2011 by Michael Platson
5.0 out of 5 stars my review
I thoroughly enjoy this game i have many friends playing online. i spend any amount of time playing. i definately get my moneies worth.
Published on February 5, 2011 by Whisper
4.0 out of 5 stars still the best MMO on the market
turbine royally screwed up DDO's release, when it was launched there just wasn't enough content and a lot of people got bored and moved on very quickly which hurt the game badly... Read more
Published on March 12, 2010 by talldarkcynical
4.0 out of 5 stars DDO is now F2P but for a review look at this!
Okay DDO is now F2P. The only reason one would buy the game is to either get 30 days of VIP (subscriber) access or to farm TP (Turbine Points). Read more
Published on October 22, 2009 by Leonardo Lee
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