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D&D Online: Review @ Eurogamer

(PC: MMORPG) | Posted by Dhruin @ Saturday - March 04, 2006 - 08:03 -
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Probably the first review from a major and fairly respected site, Eurogamer has given D&DO 8/10 in their critique:
This means that, more than any other MMO, D&DO is about playing a role. Not roleplaying, though there’s a cabal of foppery and forced Cornish accents around; "playing a role"; doing the thing that your class does best. Indeed, with the aforementioned freedom of customisation, the thing your homemade character does best. Rogues scout ahead, assassinate dangerous characters, find traps and secret doors, and deal with them, Rangers snipe and talk to the animals, Bards wail enchanting dirges like Thom Yorke before they’re bound and gagged, and Barbarians charge headlong at the most dangerous enemies screaming Scandinavian epithets.
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