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Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes

Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Tags: RPG, Action, Fantasy
Developer: Atari

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/16/2003
EU
11/14/2003

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Staff Reviews

Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes review

Reviewed September 26, 2009

Gary Hartley says: "Play this with a friend, or don’t play it at all. Just don’t be too surprised if you’re no longer friends come endgame."
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