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Dungeon Lords (PC CD)

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Platform : Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 98
12 customer reviews

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  • Designed, written and developed by the award-winning computer game author, D.W. Bradley (Wizardry, Wizards and Warriors)
  • 8 different Races with 4 completely different schools of magic
  • Extensive inventory of weapons, magic and artefacts
  • Full multi-player support for group game sessions for up to 8 players: play against each other or complete the entire single player campaign with help from your online friends
  • Be a warrior, a mage or a rogue and mix and match all the skills as you see fit
  • you are not limited in skills by the class you select
  • Random encounters ensure no game is ever quite the same
  • you will be randomly attacked by up to 30 different monsters at one time as you try to complete your quest
  • Incorporates patch 1.3
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows 2000 / Me / NT / XP / 98
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0003KQAP6
  • Release Date: 7 April 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,333 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Dungeon Lirds is the fisrt ever Combat Role playing Game (RPG), featuring state-of-the-art depth and thrilling real-time fighting (move with keyboard, look with the mouse, attack/parry with the mouse buttons). Designed, writtenm and developed by award winning computer game author and icon D.W.Bradley, Dungeon Lords is without a doubt the long awaited RPG milestone of the year, putting back together easy gameplay and character depth.

The great wizard, Galdryn of the Meadows has been slain by a deadly conspiracy within the Circle of Mages. His chief ally, Lord Davenmor, now struggles top save his kingdom from dark foirces of the conspiracy and the onslaught of Lord Barrowgrim's army of marauders. Lord Davenmor has promised his daughter's hamnd in marriage to Lord Barrowgrim to quell the invasion, but her heart belongs to another and after learning of her fathers pladge, she has vanished. Sensing treachery. Lord Barrowgrim has sent his army aone more to destory Lord Davenmor and raze the kingdom. Thus begins Dungeon Lrds, Cry of the Kingdom Cracked, a tale of Love, Hate, Betrayal, Revenge, Honor and Evil...

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Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By "dibodium" on 16 Nov. 2005
Be absolutely sure to download and install the latest patch (version 1.3 at the time of this writing - November 2005).
I can't emphasize that enough!! DOWNLOAD THAT PATCH! Don't even think about playing the game until you've installed the patch!
The version 1.0 I got out of the box was horrible (long loading times, frequent crashes, collision detection problems, ect). But once I installed the 1.3 patch it cleaned everything up (the loading times were greatly reduced, no more crashes, far fewer collision detection problems, even the Graphics got a lot better!)
Also, the 1.3 patch adds the AutoMap. Which is an absolute necessity!
PROS: Excellent storyline (you really get into it once you start to uncover some of the mysteries and do a couple quests. Like a good book or movie plot),
Unique character advancement system (not your average boring XP and Levels deal. Its completely skill-based),
Decent to Good graphics (not as good as Guild Wars or Half Life 2, but still pretty nice),
Nicely done Magic System (some spells recharge over time, others require you to find the right ingredients/reagents (called "Nether Katals" in the game) to mix them),
Neat way to Disarm Traps / Pick Locks (click on correct icons when the pointer moves over them. The better your Thief Skills, the slower the pointer moves).
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88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Jun. 2005
After playing games such as morrowind I awaited this game with eager anticipation, it offered so much and from the manufacturers description it sounds amazing. Sadly it is far from amazing, the game is full of bugs (clipping, where you open a mummy case and become trapped in the lid unable to move while the monsters kill you at range, (stutters, where you'll be running along then the game halts while it sorts out what to do) and plenty of others. After the first town (fargrove) which isn't bad in itself as long as you ask the right questions to the right people and if you can fathom how to get out of it, it goes downhill badly, Arindale is next and you'll quickly discover the load times on entering buildings quadruple (press to enter, walk away make a cup of tea, come back and perhaps you may have entered the building. Once you are in it is so so disappointing there isn't any furniture in any room, not even beds in the inn or logs in the fireplaces, it is awful.
The fact that there is no Map is also a massive downfall, you find yourself wandering around for hours looking for a town or road whilst constantly being attacked by wolves or snakes or bees or something.
This game couldn't have been tested and shouldn't even have been released as a beta, if they could have worked on it for another six months I am sure it could have been excellent as it has the ability to be a very good game, sadly it reeks of buy now patch later and later and later etc. I am sure the patches will solve some of the many problems but it should work properly from the box, thats what we pay for.
Conclusion: Avoid at all costs or you'll be disappointed that the game you are now 'well into' gets very frustrating, slow and eventually unplayable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul the Brit' on 17 Jun. 2007
This isn't a bad game it just isn't a good one. I love rpg's, I prefer Morrowind over Oblivion and both those over 3rd person games. However this game has issues. The game balance is silly, the cities are ghost towns, collision detection is very poor and combat can be a pain..

The main quests are pretty difficult- you are trying to fight an uber monster and random encounters keep spawning! (Even on lowest random encounter setting you are trying to kill a psycho vampire in the first city and literally dozens of thieves jump on you!) It just doesn't make sense, boss battles are fine but this just gets wearing..

Like everyone has said the cities are under populated just one or two 'civilians' and 'city guard' wandering round. There are lots of building doors but most are just scenery (like Neverwinter Nights 1).

The collision detection is poor. If you get too close to a bush or building corner you stick to it unless you back off at 90 degrees to it. This can make escaping battles very interesting and exploring cities wearing..

Ok combat.. It is a total hammer your mouse click fest.. As your skills progress you can get 'strike combo's' and you can move your character on the spot as these are delivered to make sure most of your strikes find a home- this can be quite good fun, it's well animated and skewering a new opponent having just slashed his friend to the ground is satisfying! BUT, the combo's can be countered by the enemy and as you are (too) often swarmed by the enemy it can get wearing (that word again!).

To sum up, if you liked Diablo and Dungeon Siege his may be worth a try.. Where this beats Dungeon Siege is the treasure chest detrapping and lock picking, where Dungeon Siege beats this is EVERYTHING else in the game! Just thought I'd mention my discs are marked as the collector's edition and it didn't need patching!
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