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Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes – Review

Rather than having an involved combat interface that demands at least a modicum of strategy is employed in order to survive, Heroes simply asks the player to run into an area, hack the holy hell out of everything in sight, and move on. It may not be a "true" D&D experience, but it is at least somewhat cathartic—sending limbs flying about the room can certainly alleviate some of the pressures of a rough day at the office.

Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes

Game Description: Journey through a world filled with magic and monsters, treasures and traps, good and evil—a world unto itself where heroes are made not born. Take on perilous quests through never-before-seen planes of existence and carve a path to righteousness. Conquer dungeons, search for gemstones, fight monsters, improve your skills and more as one of four distinct Hero characters: Fighter,Wizard, Cleric or Thief. Immediately immerse yourself in solo games or play cooperatively with up to 4 players. Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes gives you a chance to taste victory as only a true Hero can.

Gauntlet Legends – Review

It can if Midway effectively recreates the arcade experience while adding immersive home console peculiarities. And, apparently with Legends, they have. The original premise of having four human controlled adventurers of different character classes cooperatively questing (a refreshingly rare feature today) through maze-like stages hasn't changed, so the gameplay is still very arcade-like.

Gauntlet Legends – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Animated Violence

Gauntlet Legends

Game Description: The essential action—team up with others, find keys, magic, runes and other items, and beat the stuffing out of anyone in your way—remains unchanged from the arcade hit. While Gauntlet Legends for the N64 will retain the same stages at the arcade game, Midway promises a far meatier storyline, including cinema cut-scenes at the successful conclusion of a stage.

Gauntlet Legends – Second Opinion

What impressed me the most about Legends was that it has an old car comfort, but with a new car smell. Legends has all the "old-school" button-mashing, destroying-everything-on-the-screen gameplay but now it comes with flashy 64-bit graphics, loud sounds, huge bosses, and over-the-top spells and special effects.

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