Does Dungeon Hunter: Alliance get Better?

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#1 Posted by CBN16 (353 posts) -

I got this game at launch, but I never got to into it. I played a couple of quests after finding the town, and then just stopped after getting new games. From what I played, I was not all that interested. Does it get better? I feel like it is just slow grinding and nothing more.

#2 Posted by Geminon (1095 posts) -

I got this game at launch, but I never got to into it. I played a couple of quests after finding the town, and then just stopped after getting new games. From what I played, I was not all that interested. Does it get better? I feel like it is just slow grinding and nothing more.

CBN16
its a smartphone game.... ported to vita. what do you think?
#3 Posted by Lyncaster (217 posts) -
[QUOTE="CBN16"]

I got this game at launch, but I never got to into it. I played a couple of quests after finding the town, and then just stopped after getting new games. From what I played, I was not all that interested. Does it get better? I feel like it is just slow grinding and nothing more.

Geminon
its a smartphone game.... ported to vita. what do you think?

Actually, its 3 5-6 dollar smartphone games for 30-40 dollars at launch. What do you think?
#4 Posted by Megavideogamer (5287 posts) -

Not really I also have Dungeon Hunter Alliance. I also got it at launch. This is a by the numbers action RPG. Nothing outstanding really about this game. So it does not get "better" As dungeon crawls go this is not the best example of the Genre. Not a bad game, but not anything special.

So nope it is not Better. This is a good game but not outstanding or very interesting storywise.

#5 Posted by ristactionjakso (5666 posts) -

I have it for ps3. But the thing is, it runs like total sh!t on ps3. I hate the game just for that.

#6 Posted by Victorious_Fize (6118 posts) -
Having played it for free (yes, it's for free on Android) on my Xperia Play, I would say no, it just doesn't. It's just that there are better games on the Vita I'm afraid.
#7 Posted by thedarklinglord (662 posts) -
No. It is what it is: a fairly shallow grindy, button-mashy hack n'slash time waster that tries to be Baldur's Gate/Champions of Norrath but lacks any of the spark that made even those mostly dull games still enjoyable. I bought it for the PS3 a couple weeks back when it was on sale for 99 cents (marked down from $12.99, I believe). At a dollar, it wasn't a regrettable purchase, but I can't imagine how bitterly ripped off someone who paid full price for the game would feel.
#8 Posted by CBN16 (353 posts) -

Is there at least variation in enemies, weapons, attacks, and armor later on?

#9 Posted by ristactionjakso (5666 posts) -

Is there at least variation in enemies, weapons, attacks, and armor later on?

CBN16

Yes. You get new powers, armors, weapons, fairies.