Parents' Guide to

Dawn of Titans

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Excellent action-strategy hindered by time delays.

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age 12+

Based on 5 parent reviews

age 10+

Poor customer support

It is a nice game to play and I played for almost two years, getting up to level 33. But, there are glitches and they become annoying, rewards that are not awarded, most irritating of all is that one of my level 60 Titans was downgraded to lv 52 for no apparent reason, even though it had been at this level for some months. Customer support just said that it’s April 5th records did not show this level. As this can be an expensive game to play the lack of any decent record keeping is a concern and the randomness of such downgrades means that a lot of time and possibly money could be wasted. I have stopped playing and am not willing to play anymore especially as is apparent that a lot of effort could be wiped out at the whim of the game company.
age 10+

Amazing game

Brilliant loved it

This title has:

Easy to play/use
Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (5):
Kids say: Not yet rated

This free-to-play action-strategy game gets a whole lot right. Dawn of Titans is, without question, a good-looking game. And the decision to make the battles bite-sized -- letting you get in, fight, and then get out -- gives the game a longevity that many of its peers lack. (You never feel it's a burden.) It's welcoming to new players and requires some real strategy as you get further into the game. And the player-vs.-player components are well done (though parents should beware the unmoderated-chat functionality).

Because it excels in so many areas, though, the game's minor annoyances are magnified. Building the kingdom can feel a bit tedious, and the pressure to spend real-world cash as you get deeper into the game is distracting, especially when you have to wait more than 30 minutes to fight another battle. Overlooking those issues, though, is pretty easy once you hop back into the game and lose yourself in the strategy and fight.

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