Dungeon Hunter 3 iOS

Metascore
60

Mixed or average reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
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  1. Feb 8, 2012
    75
    Dungeon Hunter 3 is an interesting free-to-play game that mixes action and roleplaying. With direct and easy to dominate gameplay, its concept is great for those looking for fast play seasons with their mobile phone. It offers lots of hours of content and plenty of customization options.
User Score
5.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 6 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 5
  2. Negative: 2 out of 5
  1. Jun 3, 2016
    7
    The game is not as terrible as some people say. Sure, the game is riddled with in-app purchases, but as of now, there are ways to earn gemsThe game is not as terrible as some people say. Sure, the game is riddled with in-app purchases, but as of now, there are ways to earn gems (daily quests, from chests, and also through weekly awards) and casual grinding can net you quite a decent amount of gold (4800 per game). I have over a million gold and 200 gems without spending a single cent on in-app purchases and I've been playing for slightly under 10 months. If you're looking for a game that you wish to complete by the end of the month, this is not the game for you. But for a casual stress-reliever, DH3 is a game worth trying out. Full Review »
  2. Nov 26, 2012
    1
    Dungeon Hunter 2 was my absolute favorite game on my phone, being very much like the mobile version of Diablo. Dungeon Hunter 3 is absolutelyDungeon Hunter 2 was my absolute favorite game on my phone, being very much like the mobile version of Diablo. Dungeon Hunter 3 is absolutely terrible.
    Many games have adopted the practice of in app purchases, but DH3 has fundamentally changed the game to revolve around them. You are put in an arena, you kill some monsters, go to another arena, kill some monsters, and so forth forever. There are no item drops at all, only money. You have to buy all your gear. You can also upgrade, which prevents you from using the item while the item upgrade takes several hours in real time. Maybe because they want you to buy two sets of gear or something like that. There is no plot and no dungeons and no quests. When you finish an arena you see this little animation with a cauldron of gold coins showering coins around the screen. It looks EXACTLY like one of the banner adverts for online casinos you frequently see on the internet. Flashing lights. Shiny things. Keep gambling! That is the psychology behind this game. It is boring beyond words.
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  3. Jan 22, 2012
    5
    No, no, no Gameloft! That's not the way! You had it with DH2 why did you called this spin-off a "DH3"?! That's not a slasher-RPG... that'sNo, no, no Gameloft! That's not the way! You had it with DH2 why did you called this spin-off a "DH3"?! That's not a slasher-RPG... that's heavily monetized arena battles. Hmm...
    Oh ok. Let's try it.. [After a week] I had a really hard time in playing this up until I've payed 1.5EUR for some supportive cash. They it became manageable but still tedious to perform tiring missions (tough they add some replay ability) over and over again... Rather a disappointment but with good mechanic, animations and graphics.
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