Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara
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Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara brings reworkings of two of Capcom’s classic arcade hits - Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom and Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara – together in one definitive digital package for current generation platforms. Just as in the arcades, up to four players will select their character class before doing battle against the mythical beasts from the Dungeons and Dragons’ universe with a mix of melee, range and magic attacks.
GGPO Enhanced Online With Drop-in/Drop-out Co-Op Play:
Community-trusted GGPO powers a smooth online experience that allows up to four players to drop in or out of games in progress at will.
Classic Arcade Gameplay with a New Twist:
Players can enjoy the original arcade modes or mix up the gameplay with House Rules that can completely alter the experience.
Some examples of House Rules:
Unbreakable - Equipable items have infinite durability. Never worry about breakage again!
Enemy Rush - Fight against time in this special Time Attack Mode. Start the game clock with 30 seconds and increase the clock with each enemy you kill!
Make it Rain – Get rich quick! Enemies and chests drop tons of gold!
A newly introduced RPG-like system that fits on top of the existing games and provides a myriad of challenges for players to complete. Players can level up and obtain Vault Coins to be used in the Vault.
A treasure trove of unlockables and gameplay loot can be purchased with Vault Coins earned via the Challenge System.
This UI visualizer tracks which characters the players and their friends most often use. Players can utilize the tool to create a more balanced multiplayer dungeon crew, or to see which under-used characters they should try out next.
Leaderboards & Connected Arcade:
Players can track how they stack up against their friends through leaderboards, as well as view a full breakdown of gameplay related stats.
Quality Old School Beat-em-up.sycomantis1991 | May 15, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »
It's a great old school, side scrolling beat em up with fantastic midd-earthy art. The characters you can choose from are unique and have awesome special attacks. It's great fun with friends or as a solo venture, but as is the case with most games of this type, at least for me, it does get old kind of fast. It's still fun, but in short bursts. It's overflowing with awesome designs and imagery, and solid gameplay. If you can play it often enough, or don't get bored by the repetitive gameplay, then it's worth your time.
Love the old schoolOxbrot | May 29, 2014 | See all Oxbrot's reviews »
I recommend it to fans of arcade games and old school like me. You can play online .... now the game is short, since it is set two record arcade games that used to play, if you are looking for a long game this is not your choice, it is a game for the nostalgic types playing Golden Axe, Final Fight, Double dragon. You can play alone or as a multiplayer coop locally, the best options to play with people. This game can take other route is not as linear and to pass it again. Replayable thanks to achievements, challenges, artwoks ... If in doubt suggest you try the product demo from steam to create their own opinion, I charm me.
Nostalgia and a lot of fun!thelaynz | May 28, 2014 | See all thelaynz's reviews »
This game is fun! An arcade classic. I started to play it with a friend and it was funny as hell. If u like old arcade games, this is your game! :)
Welcome to the world of Dungeons & Dragons!taigatsu | Feb. 3, 2014 | See all taigatsu's reviews »
Both of these games stand as the pinnacle of classic Capcom arcade era beat-em-ups. Beyond the art style, that has aged remarkably gracefully, and remarkably polished game play, which remains smooth and balanced to this day, what lies underneath is a game that has a surprising amount of depth and complexity to it. The difference in classes allows each player to consider their role more deeply - you'll still be wailing on gnolls & owl bears, but a sturdy dwarf plays appreciably different from a nimble thief or fragile mage. The inventory and spell systems give you a much larger variety of options during combat, and even prove critical in a few memorable moments in the campaigns. Hidden paths, larger move sets than you'll typically see in a beat-em-up, experience growth, secret team up attacks, a veritable who's who of the classic D&D bestiary, chests exploding with loot - these are just a few of the things that make these games so special. If you're interested in a fantastic co-op arcade game, it's hard to go wrong with this pair. Even after all these years, they still feel timeless.
Incomplete classicMscigniew | Jan. 16, 2014 | See all Mscigniew's reviews »
Chronicles of Mystara is an old school,arcade platformer/fighting game set in fantasy world of D&D.there`s six characters to choose from,those are:Thief,Fighter,Elf,Dwarf,Cleric,Mage,each one have slightly different moves and abilities.The game is still very fun,but I recommend playing with somebody cause due to the fact that game is pretty short it might get boring pretty fast.Its hard to find an online match unfortunately and its a shame that it doesn't have the Tower of Doom included.As a plus prolonging the game the devs included the Vault,where you can unlock features like time attack mode,and concept arts.