The Diablo clone that lets you rule the world! (Or a town, at least.)
I don't usually enjoy RPGs like Depths of Peril. These Diablo-esque action RPGs, with their endless supply of random dungeons, random monsters, and random loot just don't appeal to me. Scouring dungeo...
It is a OK game.
A little on the hard side, and long to level up. But there is a lot of custom building for your character. I enjoy it. Even though the woman priest is the best. To bad you could not create a male one....
When your level 12 gets beat by the computers level 4, you know something is very wrong with the game.
Could have been a good Diablo 2 clone, but is crippled with a disastrous competing clan system. The other clans are always trying to talk to you, even though they idea of the game is to kill the other...
Diabolo similarity? Yes, and yet it adds its own charm.
I stumbled over this game not long ago and thought I would give it a try. Ever since I have been addicted. It should be said first that it is a small game project and that it is not up-to-date with g...
Think fast-paced Diablo with diplomacy.
A fresh game in a stagnant genre. The game is extremely fast-paced because you need to quest in the world, while still using diplomacy (or your fists) to manage 4 other "clans" at your home city. An...
Face paced RPG with a strategy twist. Fun gameplay dull graphics.
The first review covers a lot of the details. I only want to add that unlike other action-RPG such as Diablo and Titan Quest, in DoP the action doesn't stop when you get back to town. No the adventu...