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Ships Ahoy - Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale

Atari announces the Windows edition of Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale is now available via digital distribution. The hack-and-slash action/RPG is available on the Atari store, GamersGate, Impulse, and Steam, and here's word on what it offers:

Players can take on the role of the melee expert Human Fighter, the quick and nimble Elven Rogue, the master of the arcane arts Halfling Wizard, and the powerful divine Dwarven Cleric. Gamers use intuitive pick-up-and-play combat combined with a wide assortment of weapons, feats and powers to defeat a wide range of deadly enemies. Players can level their character, unlocking three tiers of powers, and an extensive list of feats to create a truly unique character. As the player levels, they can add additional attribute points to their ability scores, further enhancing the performance of the character. The action-packed RPG gameplay allows for solo and co-op play for up to four players.

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10. Re: Ships Ahoy - Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Jun 24, 2011, 19:58 BurntSoul
 
As I mentioned in my reply, I'm using autohotkey. I've used it in the past for other games. It works just fine, thanks for looking out for me. Unfortunately, I'm not looking for help.

There's just no excuse for having to rely on 3rd party software to force the game to give me the key configuration I need. A PC's 2 natural controllers are a mouse and keyboard. We're not re-inventing the wheel here, support it!

Daggerdale is an RPG - well, more action RPG than RPG. I've had to do my own dodging from arrows in this game so it fits to have a comfortable setup.

Neverwinter Nights came out in 2002. certainly not as action-like as Daggerdale. There's no physical dodging at all, it's just a virtual die roll that tells me I dodged. Yet I can assign my movement keys just fine.

 
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