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Dungeon Hunter Alliance

 

 

SCORE: 40

 

Dungeon Hunter Alliance 

 

Dungeon Hunter Alliance should have a ‘M’ rating for seventeen and older only. This PS Vita game is close to the Diablo video games, which all have the macabre and morbid rating descriptor. The ESRB found blood and violence in Dungeon Hunter Alliance. They missed the sexual, and religious content.

There is so much hacking and slashing in Dungeon Hunter Alliance that I forgot why I was going into these dungeons. I lost the point early on. I was given quests to complete. I waded through thousands of the same enemies just to make some goal. Then I went back through the ocean of bodies to report my success. The character who provided the quest thanked me with a reward and I would do the same thing for some other character.

To say Dungeon Hunter Alliance is boring would be putting it mildly. The best way to progress is to move a bit, fight the enemies that appear, and move forward a little bit again. If you get bored with the fighting you can actually run past some of them. Especially zombies and skeletons. They are slow as molasses. Experience is needed to fight harder monsters so players need to slice and dice their way through thousands of enemies.

Dungeon Hunter Alliance looks okay. I have definitely seen better looking games on the Playstation Vita. The blood, gore, violence, dead bodies, and enticement to lust all drag this game down. The deep occult and black magic elements also hurt Dungeon Hunter Alliance. The same goes for the false gods, and main character coming back from the dead. The violent action in Dungeon Hunter Alliance can get chaotic and confusing at times. The same goes for the controls.

The loot system is really lame in Dungeon Hunter Alliance. I kept getting all kinds of worthless and useless items. Since I bought a used copy of Dungeon Hunter Alliance I could not register any of my trophies. Sony reminded me of that every single time I brought the game up to play.
- Mark

 

Graphics: 30%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: PS Vita
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: GameLoft

Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Blood, Violence}


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