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Epic Dungeon

Epic Dungeon (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: RPG
Developer: Eyehook


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Staff Reviews

Epic Dungeon review

Reviewed March 31, 2011

Gary Hartley says: "Epic Dungeon does itself credit by showcasing the best elements from years of Rogue-liking, but then manages to stand out of the crowd by daring to be different. Successful runs can last a matter of hours, premature ones a matter of seconds, but there’s always reason to come back and try again."
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Reader Reviews

Epic Dungeon review

Reviewed March 24, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "My first steps into Epic Dungeon are chronicled by the myriad rat and bat bites pervading my berserker's skin and bones. The only option left for me was to swing my sword in a fit of rage and watch the enemies explode into 8-bit gore. More bats and rats swarmed me with mouths biting, claws raking, flees jumping off and getting under my armor."
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