Gold - Dungeon Lords

DreamCatcher announces that Dungeon Lords, Heuristic Park's RPG, is gold, and due in stores worldwide on May 4:
DreamCatcher’s Dungeon Lords Goes Gold

D.W. Bradley RPG off to Replication

Toronto, April 29, 2005 - DreamCatcher Games, an award-winning publisher of PC and console games, today announced Dungeon Lords has reached gold status worldwide. To mark the occasion, DreamCatcher has released the intro-cinematic for Dungeon Lords, created by Brain Zoo Studios, giving fans a taste of what to expect when the game ships on May 4, 2005.

Dungeon Lords blends the depth of an Epic Fantasy RPG with the flexibility of an FPS-style control system. Gamers journey through a land of ancient castles and dungeon lairs to engage in real-time tactical combat with a variety of deadly foes. It’s not just about the battles though, as magic spells and hundreds of powerful weapons and artifacts play a huge role in the game.

The game features an abundance of personal missions and quests along with numerous characters to interact with. Players can customize an extensive variety of skills and special abilities for the hero, including race and class specializations. The simple and intuitive design will thrill RPG and action fans alike and supports cooperative multiplayer for up to eight players.

Dungeon Lords Features:

    • Real-time player control of combat tactics, including a vast selection of weaponry, magic spells and powerful artifacts
    • Detailed character hero development that includes a host of personal attributes, skills, and special abilities
    • 4 completely different schools of magic
    • Multiple Class Specializations - each with unique abilities and attributes
    • Extensive Inventory that features common, rare, and unique items
    • Designed, written and developed by award-winning computer game author, D.W. Bradley

Multiplayer:

    • Full support for Multi-Player group game sessions for up to 8 players
    • Multiplayer adjusts to the number of players. The more players, the more difficult the monsters they encounter

Dungeon Lords has an ESRB rating of “T” for Teen in North America and “12+ PEGI” in Europe. For more information visit the game’s website at: www.dungeonlords.com.
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I hated the demo at first but after tooling around with it for a couple of hours I kinda liked it. The constant spawning was a turn off though. But apart from that it was a decent demo just unusual and unusually hard until you got your head around it. I wouldn't buy it until it's in the bargain bins but I will buy it.

Blade and Mount suckered me in too. It kinda reminds me of Elite - hear me out - the way the trading works. Virtually every fight I got into I got my ass kicked though. Apart from the River Pirate slaughter where all my people got killed and I only managed to win by running away and peppering them with arrows.

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