Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale – Review

The biggest problem with Dungeons & Dragons is that you need to get a big group of people together in order to play it.  It’s a great experience, ruined by the need to interact with other humans. That’s why so many video games are inspired by D&D; you can pretend to be a wizard, without having to organize a group of people in the same place at the same time, or suffer the company of people whose only redeeming quality is a love for the game.  Read the full review at www.PlayerAffinity.com 

 

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Playwright/ Video Game Journalist/ Theatre Critic/ Actor New York City · charlesbattersby.com
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