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Good voice acting.
Long single player campaign w/ 20 missions.
Wide array of objects.
Traps and monsters to populate your dungeon.
Amusing tongue in cheek dialogue.
Satisfying blend of dungeon management and action RPG mechanics.
Needs more audible cues.
Not enough control over minions.
Game play can become repetitive.
No multiplayer mode.
The concept of Dungeons is not unique.
In fact the game has many striking similarities with the Dungeon Keeper series which, like Dungeons.
Puts you in control of dungeon.
Too much emphasis on dull digging.
Poor resource management options.
Catering to heroes' needs is frustrating.
Can't directly command your minions.
Nothing of quality outside the campaign.
By Blogcritics on April 05, 2011
The new game Dungeons from Kalypso Media starts in a pretty intriguing way — you are an all powerful Dungeon Lord named Deimos and have a powerful demoness, Calypso, as your girlfriend. Of course, demons being demons, she betrays you, takes over...
By Gaming Nexus on March 17, 2011
From a game design viewpoint, nostalgia can be a tricky needle to thread. By paying homage to a classic title, games can combine those grand old memories with fresh new ideas to create truly enjoyable experiences. Or, if the title fails to live up to...
By About.com on March 09, 2011
It's no big secret that Dungeons was marketed as the heir apparent to the Dungeon Keeper series. The look of the game in screenshots, the trailers and even the taglines ("Be Evil and Feel Good" vs. "Evil is Good") are so similar, it's hard not...
By Diehard GameFAN on March 01, 2011
Dungeons allows players to create their own personal hell, fill it full of do-gooders, and torture them. You will find a game that plays like a couple of great gaming franchises rolled into one, but the package is very enjoyable. Good graphics and...
By IGN Gear on February 25, 2011
Dungeons is a fun but deceptively shallow Sim-RPG-thing that would have benefitted from pushing the envelope for either genre a little more. The creativity of its premise is never fully fleshed out but offers moments of genuinely unique fun. Although...
By Games Radar on February 22, 2011
There once was a time when geeks like us got all giggly and hot-and-bothered by the idea of being the villain instead of the hero. Dungeon Keeper accomplished that effect. Then we got Overlord, and most recently Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman!...
By GamingShogun on February 20, 2011
Kalypso Media and Realmforge Studios have brought us the newest incarnation in the evil overlord game genre with their newest release, Dungeons. In Dungeons, you are the evil overlord in charge of, wait for it, a dungeon filled with monsters and...
By PC Advisor on February 16, 2011
Dungeons lacks strategy, but its ingenious concept carries the experience. Gamepro.com...
By GamePro on February 14, 2011
Dungeons is a good-natured send-up of role-playing games, and a surprisingly enjoyable strategy/RPG hybrid that borrows from both theme park games and hack-and-slash dungeon crawlers.During Dungeons' tutorial, your assistant explains that being a...
By About.com on February 13, 2011
Dungeons does have it's shortcomings, as mentioned before the game can get quite repetitive with having your dungeon lord race through the dungeon going after every hero. The game also lacks direct control over the monsters that you place and has...
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