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  • Summary: Dawnspire: Prelude is a fast-paced tactical action-RPG set in an original fantasy setting. The game features team-based online action with five original playable classes, global rankings, full guild support, a unique and challenging game mode and a dedicated community fully supported through the game. [GamersGate] Expand
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  1. With the lack of a more complex skill development system, I found the clicky happy combat became repetitive fairly quickly. [May 2007, p.69]
  2. A good, cheap laugh, and if you can get some friends to play, it's worth giving it a whirl. [July 2007, p.78]
  3. Dawnspire is an action RPG in the vein of "Diablo," spiced up with capture-the-flag action but lacking most of the addictive fun of that great hackfest.
  4. Dawnspire is like a cross between "Diablo" and "Gauntlet," but neither game was meant to be played with bots.
  5. This is very cheap, fleeting PvP combat. [May 2007, p.90]
  6. If you are unfazed by the inevitable, constant death, the steep learning curve, the idiot AI, the poorly-designed (but neat looking) maps, the certain index finger cramps, or the underdeveloped character creation system, you will find Dawnspire to be a unique (and economic) gaming experience.
  7. It's a disappointing purchase despite the low price and free online gaming, and the desire to create a simple, team-to-team beat 'em up has been Silent Grove's undoing.
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