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Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics

Released on 14 September 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

(6 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics brings the excitement of D&D to the PSP system for the very first time. Faithfully utilising the Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 rule-set, Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics allows players to take a party of six adventurers into a wide variety of dangerous environments to experience deep and exciting turn-based action.

All of the core races and classes will be available to the player, including two Psionic classes, the Psion and the Psychic Warrior. Players will be able to customise their characters and store as many as their memory stick can handle.

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics offers an original storyline, filled with intrigue, set in a newly created D&D world. Alignment is critical, as it affects the end of the story and allows players to change from good to evil, or the other way around, depending on which quests they choose.

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics will take full advantage of the PSP system's wireless capability allowing gamers to play cooperatively through the single-player campaign with their friends, or take them on in a variety of adversarial game modes. Play will be extended through the use of downloadable content. With all of this and much more, Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics is the ultimate handheld game for D&D fans.
  • Deep and exciting turn-based gameplay using the D&D 3.5 rule-set.
  • All core races and classes are available, plus the addition of Psionics.
  • Highly customisable characters can be created and traded between players via wireless.
  • Involving story takes the player to a wide variety of authentic D&D environments.
  • Battle many different types of monsters from the Dungeons and Dragons universe.
  • Play with your friends wirelessly in both cooperative and adversarial game modes.
  • Extend the gameplay experience with downloadable content.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Near Faithful Reproduction of Pen and Paper Game

| | See all Xervious's reviews (4)

A very entertaining game, which is very faithful to the source material. The graphics and sound are top-notch for the PsP, and there is enough depth and replayability to last you a long while.

Some gripes - no multiclassing (so no min-maxed rogue-ranger-fighter). The zoom function does not zoom out enough, so the viewable area can feel claustraphobic at times. And the lack of information in the manual can make the game almost impenetrable for those not familiar with the 3.5 rule-set (I had my Player's handbook out for the first few hours...)

Overall, a must have for DnD fans. For others, a good purchase, but some patience will be required.

 True to the rules but ponderous to play

| | See all Mal969's reviews (1)

Don't misunderstand, I have played this game inside out to learn all the nooks and crannies and love it to bits but a few niggly things simply ruin the playability.

The story is too linear with little variation whether you play as good or evil and the game has a level limiter which is a real shame. The real killer is in adventure movement, which to say takes an age would not do the phrase justice.

Like I said though if you want a true version of a D&D core rules game this is almost as good as they get, just be prepared to get very bored during the longer quests.

 I brought this and i loved it

| | See all neo31m's reviews (3)

i brought this when i got my PSP Lite, although i have only played 3 games on my psp i am glad i added this to my collection, i have only played it for around 8 hours but i did like everything about it, i used to play DnD and i love the rules, its not like neverwinter night so do not confuse this with anything like that.

its a slow turn based movement combat game, the rules are based on the Hardcore rules of Dnd, and when you start you have lvl 1 charecters that cannot hit a barn door with a sledge hammer (so bear this in mind when playing it) but to be honest that was just like the paper based game when you first started. the graphics are very good in my opinion, the lighting affects are top notch and the sound and music is prety good and not annoying.

i read some online reviews giving it a prety poor grade but i put this down to the reviewer not knowing the dnd rules and basically not being entertained within the first 10 mins.

charecter generation is just like creating a charecter in the paper based game, it can be long winded but it does give you the option to let the computer autoselect a lot of the atributes, i did not bother because i have played DnD and i knew what i wanted.

on the box it says 40+ hours but i am hoping for more :-)

i am guesing i will be playing over and over again, i recon this game will be good for long journey's or buss rides ect, its just a shame i drive really :-)

i will be taking this one with me on holliday.

 Must for all true D and D fans

| | See all youngster's reviews (1)

If you want to play DnD as its meant to be, this is the game for you. Just got it and cannot put it down. Hope this is the start of more titles like this on the PSP.

 Fans of D&D may love this but others, beware.

| | See all mcp789's reviews (1)

I bought this game expecting something along the lines of Baldur's Gate 2 on the PSP. What I got instead was a game that was far too concerned with being faithful to the source material (yet still omitted numerous features such as multi-classing and any character interaction), and completely forgot about the gameplay.

You will find that the majority of your time will be spent handling character arbitration and levelling up, equipping them with items, preparing spells, buying and selling items and of course, the tactical battles, which is what the game is all about.

I would think that the biggest flaw of the game is the complete lack of role-playing and a decent storyline. You need not worry about making your characters impossibly stupid or uncharismatic, as there is no character interaction whatsoever. The only thing you can choose to do is to either make your party more benevolent or more evil by choosing what mission to do (that is, which side you're going to eliminate).

However, if nigh endless and mundane tactical turn-based combat based on Dungeons and Dragons 3rd edition is what you're looking for in a game, then this is a good choice. Otherwise, you're unlikely to find this very entertaining.

Rating12+ (PEGI)