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Depths of Peril - Review @ DarkZero

by Magerette, 2007-11-29 21:41:22

Gamebanshee has posted a link to a review of Soldak Entertainment's indie strategy/action rpg hybrid, Depths of Peril. The site, DarkZero, seems a bit ambivalent about the game, but ends up giving it a 7/10:

Conversely, unlike a few of the other games in the genre, particularly the one mentioned earlier[Diablo], Depths of Peril seems to have a greater basis in tactical combat than you would initially expect. In fact, upon first impression you’ll be no doubt be left feeling slightly overwhelmed, and possibly a bit annoyed. However, if you stay with it and learn how the game is supposed to be played, it is possible to have a considerable amount of fun. All skills are available for purchase from the very start, with the option to save up and buy the powerful ones, or unlock the less costly basic items first; there are many different ways to approach the game to keep things fresh. Furthermore, dependant on your class, there are many of these skills which can be used in conjunction with each other, which all aid in keeping the game interesting as time passes.

Source: GameBanshee

Information about

Depths of Peril

SP/MP: Single-player
Setting: Fantasy
Genre: Hack & Slash
Platform: PC
Release: Released