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D&D Online: Review @ Worthplaying

(PC: MMORPG) | Posted by Inauro @ Monday - April 17, 2006 - 05:23 -
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Worthplaying reviews Turbine's latest MMO, Dungeons and Dragons Online, and gives it a healthy 8.9 out of 10.
Dungeons & Dragons: the everlasting legacy of Gary Gygax, the name that spawned a billion fantastical scenarios, and the franchise that defined an entire culture with the effortless toss of a polyhedral 20-faceted die. In the ever-morphing lexicon of 20th century pop culture, D&D is easily a contemporary of Star Wars, Pac-Man, and Coca-Cola. No stranger to digital adaptations, there have been video game versions published more or less continually for the last 24 years. From text adventures to top-down isometrics, and from AD&D Treasure of Tarmin all the way up to Neverwinter Nights, this is a beloved brand that sells. It was inevitable that the "MMoRPG" treatment would eventually come along. Turbine Entertainment felt brave enough to tackle the challenge, and the result of their labors is Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach, the first persistent-world multiplayer title in the venerable history of D&D. Is this game worth buying and playing? Absolutely. Why, you ask? Read on, and I shall explain.
Source: Worthplaying
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