Does not live up to the proud history of it's name.
That being said, the game overall was still disappointing. First of all, it is very buggy. From the opening moments when the game informed me it could not locate anywhere to save my game, i knew there were going to be multiple issues. The game freezes frequently in multiplayer, and has multiple errors in single as well.
Probably the most frustrating aspect of the game is that it is so lackluster. The visuals, both technically and artistically, are just enough to make the game work. The animations are boring, and the sound effects are functional only. You will have very few wow moments when playing this game.
The story was ok, but lack of voice acting and repetitive quests take away from it. And with the breadth and depth of stories available in the D and D universe, an ok story is unacceptable.
Overall this is a basic, barebones dungeon crawler. with the D and D name, and with the quality of recent XLBA games, it could and should have been better.