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Author: zippdementia
Posted: June 27, 2009 (09:44 AM)
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I think this is a more solid review than the first in this series, and definitely has a more consistent feel. However, I'm not convinced that this is a good game from your description, though that's what you want me to believe at the end. You name some pretty egregious slip ups in the game, such as useless character classes and unfinished design, design central to the gameplay. I'm not understanding why you enjoy the game by the end of the review.

A good hack and slash or dungeon crawl will have a lot of moments that you feel you could relate to friends. You know, stories you can tell. Like the time you faced a dragon several levels higher than you but took him down, or the time you desperately searched for an exit when you'd been hit for a lot of damage.

I'm waiting to hear your story from the game, but you stick pretty squarely to technicalities. It's not bad, but it doesn't stick out in my mind as a memorable review.

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