Parents' Guide to

Dungeon Hunter: Alliance

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Average action role-playing game with blood, online play.

Game PlayStation Vita 2012
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Fans of action role-playing games and isometric monster slaying will see their appetites only partially sated by this re-release of a game already available on other platforms (including PlayStation 3 and the Mac App Store) at a fraction of the price. It has all the ingredients of a decent dungeon crawler, including plenty of mythical creatures to kill, loads of loot to collect, and occasional narrative sequences to provide purpose to your journey, but lacks the personality and visual panache of competing games. Its quests end up feeling like little more than make-work tasks that manage to keep you playing but never wholly satisfy. It's competent, and an OK choice for folks who can't get enough of the dungeon brawl genre, but everyone else can take a pass and rest easy knowing they've not missed out on very much.

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