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Submitted by JS_CC 806d ago | review

Dungeon Twister Review [Capsule Computers]

Joshua Spudic of Capsule Computers writes:

"Dungeon Twister is the latest video game from Hydravision Entertainment, a French independent studio. Inspired by the board game of the same name, the player takes eight characters in a series of dungeons. While the developers promoted the game, this quote caught my attention: “Dungeon Twister is first and foremost a board game, before becoming a video game,” and this statement is closer to the truth than anyone would think. The gameplay is reflecting a board game rather than a video game and it has its good and bad moments. The visuals are great and the audio is as well. But, do expect a lack of story mode and a combat system that wants more out of it." (Dungeon Twister, PS3) 7.5/10

masterabbott  +   806d ago
a game from a board game interesting idea.

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