The Temple of Elemental Evil Review
Despite some bugs, The Temple of Elemental Evil stands as one of the most authentic PC Dungeons & Dragons experiences of the past few years.
Dungeons and Dragons and the personal computer seem to go together like Bread and Butter. It's as if both of them were made for each other from the beginning, and neither can truly exist without the other to complement t... Read Full Review27 of 28 users found the following review helpful
Temple of Elemental Evil deserves two votes here from me (as it is often the case for extremely bugged productions): 4.5 is my vote to the final product that came out on the stores. Too many gamebreakings bugs plagued T... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
I picked this up in a bargain bin recently and it was almost worth the $5 I spent on it. I was in the mood for some old-school DnD style gaming and that's what this is. It is perhaps a little too-hard core since if you... Read Full Review1 of 11 users found the following review helpful
the first time i played i had to restart as it crashed whenever i loaded the game so that was a rather bad start. one patch later and i just had to put up with creatues in the walls and for some reason some of my charact... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
This has got to be the buggiest game I have played to date! But once - or should I say; finally, after many wasted downloads - I finally managed to get this bug-infested game to play on Windows XP, I found it to be very... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Temple of Elemental Evil is a slow paced and delightful RPG focused on the strategic aspect of Dungeon & Dragon. The story is rather bland, and fighting is what makes it shine. If you don't like turn based combat, slowly... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Ok, this is just plain funny. This is one of those games that are heavily underappreaciated, but yet have so much to offer to those that are seeking something a true game can give. The problem is, people judge books by ... Read Full Review11 of 11 users found the following review helpful
Not only is this game one of the worst, unrefined, poorly coded, shoddenly controled Dunegons and Dragons games in the last decade, but its also one of the worst games I've ever played period. I love D&D PnP, this... Read Full Review2 of 21 users found the following review helpful
I have played almost every DnD game out there. This game is at least in the top 10. I would take a Baldur's gate 2 or NWN over this game any day of the week , but overall TOEE is an awesome game. The fact that you can... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
There's almost nothing as sad as the story of Troika, guys who really wanted to make RPGs and knew how to do it, but who were just getting screwed by the media and by their publishers because they cared about game design... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
In this game you should create or pic a team of five members, later in the game you'll be able to hire tree more maximum. Then you will go to a town named - Homlet were your adventures will begin. There you will meet man... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
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