Dungeons & Dragons Online for PC
PC - Windows, Mac

Dungeons & Dragons Online

Feb 28, 2006
7.22
playscore
Average
2621st of 27653

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About this game

Developer: Turbine, Inc.
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Enter a world of danger and adventure with Dungeons & Dragons Online®, the free, award-winning, massively-multiplayer online game based on the beloved RPG that started it all.

System Requirements

Recommended

  • OS:Windows® System Vista64/Windows 7
  • Processor:Dual-core processor, such as the Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 X2
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:256 MB NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 or ATI Radeon™ HD 2600 or better
  • DirectX®:10
  • Hard Drive:15 GB HD space
  • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection

Minimum

  • OS:Windows® System XP SP2
  • Processor:P4 1.6 GHz or AMD equivalent with SSE
  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics:64 MB Hardware T&L -compatible video card
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:11 GB HD space
  • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
  • Additional:*Note: Due to potential game changes, the Minimum System Requirements for this game may change over time.

Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
7.44
Cass AndrusiakMar 22, 2006
D&D Online is not a great looking game but it's diverse. The characters suffer from some blocky graphics which make them look like origami figures, especially in the limb sections. Even some of the animations are a little stiff. A dungeon master presides over each dungeon, highlighting the tales of antiquity of your next dangerous adventure. It's a good addition that instantly creates a specific atmosphere for each stage which is enhanced by the soundtrack.
7.50
Tom McNamaraMar 22, 2006
Its visuals are technologically superior to WoW's without suffering from EQII's unsettling mannequins and relatively bland environments. But DDO doesn't hold a candle to either in terms of breadth or replayability. If only they'd had more time, or a larger team, then I might be singing DDO's praises to the rooftops. Instead, it's a cool experience that's essentially over all too quickly.
Dan AmrichMar 30, 2006
Otherwise, Dungeons & Dragons Online feels pleasantly like the game that inspired it, right down to the D&D edition 3.5 rules that govern the hack-and-slash action. If you're not too old to play pretend and mean it, Stormreach proves fun for the whole family. Just be aware that if you don't bring your whole family, you won't have much fun.

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