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Dungeon Hunter 2 Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Brad Hilderbrand on December 15th, 2010
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: DIABLO WANNABE
Dungeon Hunter 2 brings nothing new to the table. While that may work for lesser developers, Gameloft could have pushed the envelope some more. And fixed numerous bugs along the way.
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Five For Friday: Week of December 10, 2010

Posted by Chris Nitz on December 10th, 2010

Dungeon Hunter 2:
Role-playing games are a great way to lose all track of time in a fantasy world. What makes that time even more enjoyable is when you can team up with friends to squash foes. Dungeon Hunter 2 brings four-player co-op into this mix of classic RPG gaming on iOS. This sequel is five times as large as its predecessor is. You will explore this vast word with your choice of three character classes and two specializations equating to a vast amount of character combinations. Dungeon diving just got a bit more interesting!

Pirates vs. Ninjas vs. Zombies vs. Pandas:
That age-old question of who is more badass, Pirates or Ninjas just got a bit more complicated. While this debate may rage on for centuries, this physics puzzle game will only consume what little life you have left. You will be trashing worlds Angry Birds style and sacrificing your brave warriors all in the name of war and honor. Four campaigns, 45 levels, and eight unique characters will give you plenty to do as you take a break from reality.

Eternal Legacy:
Role-playing games have just had the ante upped with Eternal Legacy. Not only is this a superb, rich, colorful, and jaw dropping gorgeous 3D world, but it blends sci-fi and fantasy together for an engrossing story. Freely explore regions that are rendered in 3D real-time. The combat takes queues from turn-based systems and includes up to three characters for you to control. Full voice acting, interactive environments, and you might be fighting to get your free time back. If RPGs are your calling, then jump all over this game.

Car Maintenance 101:
Basic car repair is more than just taking your vehicle to the oil change place down the street for that 3,000-mile oil refresh. This app will not only show you the correct way to jump start a car, but also gives you info on how to do more complicated tasks like putting chains on your tires so you can make it over those snow laden mountain passes. This app just may save you while you are battling an overheated car on the side of the road. Basic vehicle maintenance does not need to be as baffling as subatomic math anymore.

On Air Pro:
Teleprompters are useful for more people than just those gracing your television screen. If you record any kind of video or audio and share that to the world, a teleprompter can be a huge time and lifesaver. This simple teleprompter app does one thing - give you an easy way to see your script for reading. Choose from various font sizes, background colors, and scroll speeds to keep things flowing at a pace perfect for you. Why fight through long drawn out text documents during your recording anymore?

Coming Soon From Gameloft

Posted by Chris Hall on September 20th, 2010

Gangstar: Miami Vindication - Nobody has ever given Gameloft an award for being creative in any way, shape, or form but they do typically put out solid games. Gangstar, the app that out-Grand Theft Auto'd Grand Theft Auto by coming out first in the app store is coming out with a new version called Vice City Miami Vindication.

Expect all sorts of GTA-like mayhem, including gratuitous violence, wild vehicle driving, 75 new levels, and a script that promises to be better than the first Gangstar iteration. Gameloft is calling Miami Vindication "the most ambitious crime simulation ever developed for handheld", which is a lofty claim considering Rockstar's solid GTA releases.

Anyways, be sure to check out the newly released screenshots after the break.

Dungeon Hunter 2 - Hello Diablo? Dungeon Hunter 2 is sequel to the superb Dungeon Hunter. I don't think anyone would deny the similarities between Dungeon Hunter and Diablo, but without an official Diablo app, nobody is complaining.

Expect more of the same formula, with more demons to kill, more quests to complete, and more fancy graphics to look at. Gameloft is also including Game Center integration as well as an auto match up feature for multiplayer gameplay.

While you are patiently awaiting its arrival, enjoy the new game trailer!