The great wizard Galdryn of the Meadows has been vanquished by a deadly conspiracy within the Circle of Mages. His chief ally, Lord Davenmor, now struggles to save his kingdom from the dark forces of the conspiracy and the onslaught of Lord Barrowgrim's army of marauders.Read full description
The great wizard Galdryn of the Meadows has been vanquished by a deadly conspiracy within the Circle of Mages. His chief ally, Lord Davenmor, now struggles to save his kingdom from the dark forces of the conspiracy and the onslaught of Lord Barrowgrim's army of marauders. But there is hope, for according to prophecy a Great Champion shall appear to challenge the evil invaders - the Realm awaits YOU to be this Champion!
Steam Version Key Features:
Now Supports Steam Multiplayer up to 8 Players with support of Steam Lobby
Automap Fog of War
New additional ActionBar added with 12 additional action slots using F1-F12 as hotkeys
ActionBar items can now be moved around in Inventory or Equipped and retain viability in the action bar
Revised Difficulty Settings
Enhanced Skill, Inventory and Spellbook Features
Revised Spells, Consumables and usable Items
Co-op story mode for up to 8 players and full single-player game experience
New Hero Classes, new and improved Class Skills, and new unique Class action abilities
Full World and Character Re-mastering for enhanced gameplay experience
50-70 hours gameplay time
All new intuitive Graphic User Interface and Action Bar system
Enhanced Multiplayer features (includes Trading and Friendly Targeting for buffs and heals)
Dual Switchable Interface Modes (supports Hot-Key action play and Point&Click play)
Improved Graphic & Visual Enhancements
Updated full hardware Screen Resolution support (16:10, 16:9, 1920x1080 etc.)
Newly Re-Mastered Audio sounds and speech
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Quality game. played the original with my friend a few years ago, and while it isn't a masterpiece, the potential of this game was there, and i felt that the entire time i played it. more stable on singleplayer, easier on multiplayer(if you can get it to work) While it's a bit too expensive for the way this game plays, i can honestly say i enjoyed it from start to finish. With the greenmangaming disccount is even better.
Maybe it's just the old-timer in me, but this game is really fun! I know it's not the best game out there, and, yes, it has it's share of bugs and faults, but this game has a way of involving you, that is right up there with the Gothic or Elder Scroll games. From the very first fight, you realize that there is more to this game then simply mashing buttons (or keys). There is actual strategy required to be successful. You will be taken on an incredible journey to many different types of areas, each of which has it's own unique sets of enemies to battle. There are some cool upgrades and decisions that you need to make which give the game a nice sense of freedom of how you want to play. Unlike many other older games, this game is still just as much fun to play now as it was when it first came out. If you are looking for a great adventure game that gives you lots of choices on how you want to play, give this game a try.
If you're a fan of Bioware's old RPGs and older games such as Summoner, Severance, Enclave, Deathtrap Dungeon, Die by the Sword and the Elder Scrolls games there is a high chance you're going to really enjoy this one. Dungeon Lords is an old, but obscure, aged yet playable third person CRPG. For a 2005 remastered game, Dungeon Lords still holds its own among countless rpgs. The game offers real time combat with hotkeys, status screens, doll-like inventory, real-time changing portraits, and much more! Dungeon Lords also offers a point and click mode, which brings the cursor on-screen so you can play it like a traditional MMO, or you can just stick with the default action control system. The bog standard difficulty mode is there but in addition to a random encounter chance slider. As you can already see, there are countless options as to how you can play the game! Visually, the game looks dated and the animations may look funky. But the core of the game is gameplay and that hasn't declined whatsoever. The game features a class system, m/f, different races and starting kits kind of like Dragon Age. The game's atmosphere in certain dungeons really has that Dark Souls and Severance aesthetic and eeriness. Speaking of, since this is an old CRPG with some Dungeons and Dragons rulesets, the game feels traditional and does nothing more to innovate beyond that. The game has your main quest, side quests, towns to barter and learn rumors from, and dungeons to go explore for loot. There's orcs, skeletons, crows, atypical mythical beasts to fight, the sort of stuff that's commonplace in fantasy lore. You can also ignore the main quest if you want! The customization and roleplaying Dungeon Lords offers is simply unmatched!
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