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Submitted by rivithed 1523d ago | review

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale review from GamingBits.com

Players who enjoy third-person hack-and-slash fantasy action may enjoy what Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale has to offer. There is deep character customization and plenty of stats to grind. At times, there is some gameplay grinding that feels like filler. Some quests are made mundane by the often dark and generic environments. The game isn’t without its share of glitches, with several particularly glaring ones. Overall, Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale offers a decent diversion for the action-RPG hungry, but doesn’t revive the Dungeons & Dragons game franchise as hoped. (Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

Jack-H  +   1523d ago
I may just give this game a shot assuming my partner(lmao, my friend) is willing to try it too.

Edit* I could have taken out the partner part but I can laugh at myself :)
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