Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance

16 hours between Wulfgar / Drizzt Solo and Multiplayer before deciding to put my 2 cents.

First I’ll start by saying that two main complaints are legitimate but pretty exaggerated.

  • Netcode does need work and diminishes the value of twitch mechanics which otherwise work flawlessly Solo but at the same time you’re in a group so unless you’re the type to scream “But I pressed the button!” and rage. It’s mostly an annoyance right now and not bad enough to kill enjoyment of the game.

  • Enemy AI is indeed a bit derpy taking “Action Movie” turns to attack the player. This is most notable Solo. At the same time if the enemy were to aggro stick the player all at once I doubt it would be Solo’d above 2. Hero difficulty. Far as I’ve seen the issue with hitting enemies from range, esp bosses is generally fixed and in the end this isn’t a competitive game. I’ve seen 5/5 star games where the AI is still easily exploited. Just play the game and stop trying to break it.

Real player with 207.5 hrs in game

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To start this review, many of the first negative reviews, and highest rated ones, are both much too critical and based off of a low amount of hours.

This game is marvelous, but it would be ignorant to write this review and say there are no issues. Of course, there are some glaring issues. But many of them are no where near as detrimental as some of the high rated negative reviews make them seem.

The worst issue in my opinion is the lackluster AI. Many of the enemies, simply won’t attack you, if you don’t start attacking them. And you get warmed up to that very fast. However, there are some AI, who are very aggressive, and being warmed up to AI not generally attacking you, it makes it feel like… a normal game. However, if you’re playing with a team, I have not yet encountered an enemy who will actively attack you whilst reviving a teammate.

Real player with 89.0 hrs in game

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance on Steam

Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale

Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale

Finished it years ago and neglected to review it - like most games in my account. Not as bad as some say, in my opinion, but probably not the best either. Lower your expectations (if you ignored the negative ratings) and you might actually have som fun. Strange minor bugs once in awhile but nothing gamebreaking that I know of or experienced personally. No major technical issues either. I actually liked Daggerdale, despite its shortcomings, and I still do. My biggest complaint would be the fact that you cannot remap your keys without some tweaking in the ini or through the use of software such as autohotkey. Very annoying even though I got it to work in the end.

Real player with 51.8 hrs in game

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To start things off I will say that most of my hours playing this game was on the xbox 360.

And I have beaten it a few time on the 360.

STORY:The STORY is simple but not bad.

GAMEPLAY:The gameplay is a hack and slah type but has other types of sords and bows to chose from.


:::NOTE If you are buying the game(PC version) for the brand and nothing els then dont bother because,there are a few hoops to jump through to get the game working right.

What do I mean?

The PC port is awful and shet and the devs have long forgotten about it BUT there is hope.

Real player with 48.1 hrs in game

Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale on Steam

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

If you’re thinking this is just going to be another double dragon game then like what Captain Tenneal likes to say on the show MXC: “Well, YOU’RE WRONG!!!”

This game incorporates some of the most advanced mechanics you’ve ever seen in any beat-em-up. And mind you these two games came out wayyyy back in 1996. Expect to see: Critical hits in your attacks, spell casting, combos, FOUR PLAYERS!, backstabbing, infinite combos (if you’re good enough), secrets, forked paths, different equiappable weapons, level ups, and unlockable in game perks such as arts, galleries, and even house rules to play around with.

Real player with 598.0 hrs in game

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Gather your party before setting forth! Or just yourself. That way you don’t need to see the disappointment in your friend’s eyes as you die to a kobold.


- Fighter, every time he falls down. Every time.

Chronicles of Mystara is two ported games with some retro flair - Shadow Over Mystara, which is a cult classic beatemup which has as much accolades as Gary Gygax giving birth to the 20-sided die, and there’s Tower of Doom, which can come too.

They’re coin-op arcade games with a flair for the tabletop, giving you classes, items, branching paths, Tower of Doom even has effects for enemies failing saving throws. All of this makes for a game that’s novel, intricate by nature, and has earned its cult classic status.

Real player with 28.7 hrs in game

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara on Steam

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms

Idle D&D game? Count me in! Cute characters, addicting game play, funny story lines (sensiblechuckle.gif), easy to grind gems to pay for shiny upgrades. Kept me up hours past bedtime. 10/10.

Real player with 2609.5 hrs in game

Love this game. Played a few idle clicker types but nothing like this. Exceptionally fun and I’m sure I’ll be playing it for a long time to come.

Real player with 2155.3 hrs in game

Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms on Steam

Dungeons & Dragons Online®

Dungeons & Dragons Online®


I have spent many hours on this game over the years, and even though it may feel a little antiquated now, it is still one of the best RPG’s that I have played in a very long time.

It feels like a true RPG, and a true adaptation of the AD&D Rule Set that true AD&D gamers are familiar with. There is none of that level scaling crap in this game which has become a trend recently. It is all leveled content.

This is one of the few games which I install every time I have to do a re-install of Steam for what ever reason.

Real player with 2656.1 hrs in game

I have been playing this game for years and only recently started playing it through steam. I would say my actual hours are probably closer to 2000. this is a huge, well established MMO with tons of content. if you like customized builds, look no further. you have the ability to create your character from the ground up. you choose where every ability, skill, feat and enhancement point goes, and you can even multiclass. ever wondered how an Archer Monk Wizard would fare in combat? Now you can find out.

Real player with 639.2 hrs in game

Dungeons & Dragons Online® on Steam



this one is in need of Speed…..havent played very long yet but, it is in need of some speed. looks good. so far, so good for early access. havent had any tech problems with it and, havent found a bug yet. just slow, thats my only problem so far. worth a look but, i would wait for a few more patches/updates. see what happens. will amend as we go

been a while, still needs a lot of work. still slow, i understand that items boost speed but wow is this slow going. also, whats up with not being able to start a mage ? you are stuck with sword and bow. the skelly’s lvl up fast. now dodge until you put points into it. the troll is still a grind. way to slow.

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

early look at game.

Great graphics. Looks like planned for LONG term play.


Absolutly NO information given. NONE!!

movement is low, aiming is slow and blatently off. the first quest is definatly going to use all your gold and potions and even then you have to be lucky. dont bother tryign to be a mage as you cannot until you get to mid game. and to survie to mid game you have to focus vitality defence and physical. if you kite something, it runs back and heals so kiting not working.

Overall: not a good showing so far. I will play some more to see if it improves, but so far not impressed with the plot thought.

Real player with 9.2 hrs in game

Deadsiege on Steam

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

Can’t express enough, nor can I make this a full review as it would take far too long, how amazing this game is. Still survives more than 18 years after launch through the Enhanced Edition and I’ve been playing since that launch. Roleplaying online for over 15 years, as well. It continues to get amazing improvements as it goes along, and I’m excited to see how much more it can bring.

Real player with 7840.3 hrs in game

You know what you could be playing instead of a MMO?

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition.

Real player with 965.0 hrs in game

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition on Steam



After playing this game for a while, i have to say i have enjoyed many hours of game play. Yes, you can pay ( with a ton of cash, it is not cheap) to obtain the end-game enchantnments and mounts quicker but nothing that you can not get with spending some time grinding out content. The best possible thing for any new player coming into the game would be to find a good guild. This will save you tons of time. Money can not buy you skill, i see 3.2 item players out dps and out play 4.3 players everyday. If you like Wow or mmo’s , you will enjoy this game. ( I suggest buying VIP, it is worth it for 10$ )

Real player with 3242.5 hrs in game

Awesome game. Shitty Free To play structure. If you like nickles or dimes then dont play this shit. RNG boxes will rape your bank before you get anything worth a fuck. Campaigns that force you to log in for ten days to repeat a garbage ass daily before you get enough of what you need to advance to the next portion, rinse repeat until you can move along. The gap between end game people and people that are just coming back or just starting is rediculously huge. To the tune of someone doing 80 million damage while you do 6 million… I know how to get to that damage level i just dont see myself playing this game as a second job to get there. This game was not like this in the beginning when i started to play and would be great if it went back but someone on the management team at this studio is a greedy fuck and needs to calm down. I want to reccomend this game but there is no maybe option so I rounded down like a jerk.

Real player with 538.4 hrs in game

Neverwinter on Steam

Dad’s & Dice

Dad’s & Dice

One day a group of children gathered in the garage to play DnD. But the game did not go according to the rules and the children were drawn into the game like in Jumanji. But daddy comes to the rescue! He goes on a journey after the children to save them from the clutches of tabletop monsters.

  • You are given a choice of 4 classes.

Each one has unique abilities. Choose between Warrior, Barbarian, Mage and Hunter! Each of the classes has a different approach to gameplay.

  • Over 40 levels.

Collect scattered treasures, gold coins, defeat monsters and don’t forget to rescue kidnapped children!

  • A wide selection of weapons and special abilities.

Each character class has its own set of weapons. Choose your equipment to your liking, taking into account the unique characteristics of each item.

Combine them with the special abilities of each hero to create an incredibly effective character… Or pick it up very badly, increasing your difficulty! Have fun! The choice is yours!

Dad's & Dice on Steam

Oh, Dungeon Master

Oh, Dungeon Master

This might be the worst game I have purchased or played. I play quite a few bad games, this one is exceptional in this regard, Your level and inventory resets every time you enter a dungeon. Four of the achievements might be impossible to get because of it.

Beyond that it is pretty awful across the board. Do not recommend,

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

First off I hope you like subpar minecraft graphical style as that is what this is. No instructions no options screen to go into to find out what keys actually do anything. The object of the game is to go around and collect posters of scantily clad women. there are 25 different pictures you will need to collect every different one to get all of the achievements. in my two hours of play I managed to figure out how to get 25 total pictures not all different because they randomly generate when you die. so you must die or go into a cave to get the posters to regenerate to hope to get your 25. The problem comes in is when you go into a cave you loose your inventory completely and your stats that you have upgraded are lost and you are back to a basic character again. I managed to make it without any weapons to find a couple of posters in the caves. I do not know if you must go into the caves to get specific posters. However when I got my 25 I went back to the first cave where it tells you to collect 25 and bring them back when I did I saw them all go into the slot then 9 enemies spawn that you have nothing to fight them with and nothing to protect yourself so all you can do is run and leave the cave which puts you outside with nothing.

Real player with 2.2 hrs in game

Oh, Dungeon Master on Steam