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The first D&D game I ever played was Dark Alliance. It was a great game, and it captured the imagination of my friends and me for some time, but it was not without its problems. If you are still playing this game, you should know that there are some improvements that make this the best version of the game to date.

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REVIEW– As the cooperative action RPG genre takes off, Wizards of the Coast is trying to get a leg up with Dungeons & Dragons:. Dark Alliance, on PS4, PS5, PC and Xbox Series. While on paper the promise of such a game in a universe as rich as D&D was enticing, in reality the result was far more contrasting.

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance invites us to play as the iconic characters from the novels of R.A. Salvatore and travel to one of the many regions of this universe, namely the Forgotten Realms. After a short, rather stylish introduction video introducing the characters, the game asks us to choose one of four playable archetypes.

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance

Good intentions, poor play

Despite its good intentions, Dungeons & Dragons : Dark Alliance fails in its most important missions. The battles aren’t interesting enough to keep us in suspense, the levels all look the same and repetition is quickly felt. The few attempts to incorporate platforming and puzzles into the game do more harm to the game than anything else, because these passages are so unsuccessful. What’s left is a respected universe for fans of the license and a few good ideas (like campfires), but nothing that warrants your attention and money in a genre where there are already plenty of games.

-Zardoz-

Professional:

+ The world of the legend of Drizzt

+ Cooperative head size

+ Reproducibility

Against:

– More than a limited RPG

– Spectacular graphics, but lack of detail

– Can’t save in single player mode

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast

Developer: Tuck’s games

Genre: Hack’n’Slash Action RPG

Date of publication : 22. June 2023

OVERVIEW – With the cooperative action RPG genre on the rise, Wizards of the Coast is trying to make a mark with Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, on PS4, PS5, PC and Xbox Series. On paper the promise of making such a game in a universe as rich as D&D was appealing, but in reality the result was much more contrasting.   Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance invites us to play as the iconic characters from the novels of R.A. Salvatore and travel to one of the many regions of this universe, namely the Forgotten Realms. Then…

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance – Drizzt Do’Urden forever

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance – Drizzt Do’Urden forever

2021-06-27

Zardoz

Despite the good intentions, D&D : Dark Alliance fails in its most important missions. The battles aren’t interesting enough to keep us in suspense, the levels all look the same and repetition is quickly felt. The few attempts to incorporate platforming and puzzles into the game do more harm to the game than anything else, because these passages are so unsuccessful. What’s left is a respected universe for fans of the license and a few good ideas (like campfires), but nothing that warrants your attention and money in a genre where there are already plenty of games.

Gameplay – 5.1
Graph– 6.2
History– 6.4
Music/Audio – 5.8
Ambiance – 5.5

5.8

AVERAGE

Despite the good intentions, D&D : Dark Alliance fails in its most important missions. The battles aren’t interesting enough to keep us in suspense, the levels all look the same and repetition is quickly felt. The few attempts to incorporate platforming and puzzles into the game do more harm to the game than anything else, because these passages are so unsuccessful. What’s left is a respected universe for fans of the license and a few good ideas (like campfires), but nothing that warrants your attention and money in a genre where there are already plenty of games.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is in a dungeon?

A dungeon is a place of confinement.

Why was Dungeons and Dragons banned?

The game was banned in 2000 and 2001 in the United States and in 2003 in Canada. The game was banned in the United Kingdom in 2000 and 2001.

Can I play D&D by myself?

You can play D&D by yourself, but it’s not recommended. It’s more fun with friends.

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