After reading some of the reader's reviews it is clear that some people narrow down RPG to their small vision. As I grwe up with CRPG's as Larn, Moria, Nethack I find that Demise and Mordor (the first release from David Allen in 1995) very good and after all those years these are the games that I put on evry new computer I have owned or still own and play them both on regular base (o and they even work good under WinXP). Despite the simpel looks there is a lot under the hood that is quite interesting and I mean statistics (I love this!). It is terrible that people judge games by their appearences (as I say to my customers: if you want good graphics, buy a DVD!). The Gamespot reviewer would do better if he changed job and become a DVD-reviewer, he has no understanding about gameplay.
Other Helpful Reviews for Demise: Rise of the Ku'Tan
It's a dungeon crawler at it's heart - take a look at it's predecessor (Demise is also referred to as the The Dungeons of Dejenol 2 if I'm not mistaken) and you will see that it's basically a Rogue-like. Some users (c... Read Full Review
Lets put it this way: gamespot's initial review of this game doesn't do it justice at all. If you love dungeon crawlers and hard rpgs, this is the game to play. The graphics may be a little outdated, but good lord there ... Read Full Review