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Dungeons & Dragons Online

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"a different spin on an old theme"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

While I doubt any who have played DDO for any length of time would disagree, the game does definitely have its faults (usually around update times its most notable for bugginess). But given a little tolerance and understanding, the game does provide a thinking experience.

Graphicly it isn't as demanding as many newish games out there, but that doesn't prevent it from producing some very stunning vistas and effects, although over time you tend to loose the thrill of the effects. On the whole the game is not static, with content and systems updates (free) monthly and modules (3 and 4 times the size of the updates) every three months, it is slowly but surely growing and developing.

While in places the game does divert from the 3.5 ruleset that it was to be based on, many of those inconcistancies are being toned back and brought into line with the ruleset.

While not recommended for the 12 hour a day power gaming grinders, there is enough to keep even them busy for months, just attempting to get that special peice of armor you've been looking for. For the casual player, there is always something to do even if you only have half an hour.

Combat and game play require quick thinking as much as reflexes, tactics do play an important part and stopping to think may not be possible in many places.

To those who have the desire to really join a community of vast experiences, you have it (and in intergrated voice if you choose).

Well worth the look.

"The Worst DnD series you can hav"
2 stars"

At first sight the real beauty of the screen is impressive. However, that is the ONLY good thing the whole game have.

Bad game-playing balance, unbelievable incompentence game designers, misunstanding and mis-implement of the DnD rules, and lazy-driven monster settings makes a lot of nonsense monster immunes, the dumb-clumsy User Interface – trust me, your computer WONT resonpse to your every order! Buggy-crashy system, not friendly to new comer… All the bad thing you can image are here, and more you can't image are here too!

The most advantage of a DnD setting is you can create a character by your will and play it any way you like. But in DnD online, only certain sets of characters of each class can survive. It seriously deprives the fun of creating your very own character, unless you dont mind the surviving issue. Actually, you will mind, or you wont be able to find any group to join, and joining a group is the only way to play this game.

Unless the shocking visual effect is the only thing you want, don't buy this game. buy it and regreat it.


Dungeons & Dragons Online is centered on robust character advancement, challenging dungeon combat, meaningful guild politics and territorial control over major portions of the game world. Players choose and develop a character based on some of the iconic races associated with "D&D," including Humans, Elves and Halflings, as well as classes such as Fighters, Clerics, Rogues, and Wizards -- after which they can socialize, find quests, group together and equip themselves for future battles.

  • Unique: Create a unique individual with millions of different combinations of looks, skills, stats, feats, races, and classes.
  • Gorgeous: Turbine's highly advanced 3rd generation 3D game engine brings the city of Stormreach, characters, dungeons, and monsters to life!
  • Dangerous: Use your brawn, your stealth, and your wits to survive dungeons filled with monsters, traps, puzzles, and other interactive challenges.
  • Fast: Get to the fun quickly with DDO's exclusive Instaport feature which eliminates tedious travel and waiting.
  • Real: Elements like the d20 and DM text make it authentic Dungeons & Dragons, lovingly recreated for the online world.
  • Smart: Gain masterful skills and world-dominating powers without endless combat with DDO's quest-based experience system!
  • Fun: Custom adventures for you and your party provide instances to shine as a hero - or a team - without interference from other players. Public adventures provide opportunities for large groups to tackle even bigger challenges.
  • System Requirements:

    Minimum System Requirements: Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.6GHz or compatible (must support SSE) Video: GeForce 2 or equivalent with 32MB RAM: 512MB or more Disk Space: 3GB, 5GB for high resolution DirectX: DX9c+ OS: Windows XP Home and Pro Recommended System Requirements: Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz or compatible (must support SSE) Video: GeForce FX or Radeon 9800 or better with 128MB RAM: 1GB or more Disk Space: 3GB, 5GB for high resolution DirectX: DX9c+ OS: Windows XP Home and Pro Monthly subscription fees apply.
    Release date Australia
    March 28th, 2006
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