The grandfather of all RPGs has to be Dungeons and Dragons. The pen and paper game has been going strong for more than thirty years, and has evolved from the earlier pre-packaged modules to massive campaigns that spanned vast worlds. For the most part, players looking to unleash their inner barbarian had to jump onto computers if they wanted to digitally form parties and gain experience points. However, Kuju Entertainment and Atari have boiled down the tabletop experience onto UMD with their latest release of Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics. While it does a faithful job of shrinking down the arcane details of the game to portable size, much of the translation suffers from a cluttered menu system along with crucially missing information that most veterans would require.