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Dungeon Plunder Review

PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 5:00 am
by Brandon Schmidt
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Gaming genres collide in this bold iOS title.

Dungeon Plunder Review

PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:14 pm
by Dominic Duchesne
Thanks for the write-up Brandon.

Let me tell you that it shows you spent some serious time in the game prior to writing it unlike what I've seen from some of the reviewers on bigger sites - kudos for that.

I like your conclusion because that's exactly where I'm aiming (after introducing the 2 new classes): expanding the variety of the world encounters to make it more interesting on successive games (a sample of what's to come is in the next weekly update) and adding some background material on your trip so you can feel more what's happening, who are the dungeon bosses, etc.

Re: Dungeon Plunder Review

PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 6:28 pm
by Brandon Schmidt

A lot of the games I review on here I never end up picking up again. Even some of the best ones. It's just a lack of time with having new things to review. So when I say I'm genuinely excited to see and play what's coming down the line for Dungeon Plunder, I really mean it.

I'm really glad version 1.15 released this week, although it meant I had to scramble to reevaluate the game and touch up the review. In my first pass of the review, I chastised the design of the enemies because there was no variety in the way they fought. I was very happy that the update corrected that because a) I'm an honest reviewer but don't enjoy having to criticize a game, and b) it just makes the game that much more interesting.

Be sure to let us know when these patches come out, and feel free to share any update news with our readers.