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  • Summary: The PSP has its own unique story of Three Kingdoms and the heroes that rise up to fight back the looming Evil. Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts is a fully customizable adventure throwing hundreds of weapons, skills, and fighting styles your way while keeping the classic game’s exciting multiplayer element intact. [Hudson] Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 13
  2. Negative: 2 out of 13
  1. 83
    Even if 90 percent of the monsters you use said spells against are giant snails, battles are much more interesting than just tapping away at the X button over and over.
  2. Though some may be turned off by just how much of a dungeon crawler the PSP version of Dungeon Explorer ended up being, those willing to hike up their boots and wade into the game's darks depths will be well rewarded. [Mar 2008, p.66]
  3. 72
    If you enjoy grinding to unlock classes, and the experience of playing as different classes is more important to you than random loot drops, you could very well have a lot of fun with this game.
  4. The amusing thing about Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts is that it feels like a preview title; nothing about it is glaringly, hopelessly flawed, but it felt like something that could have improved with some more development time.
  5. A repetitive RPG-by-numbers. Only grind veterans will find a vague sense of enjoyment. [July 2008, p.91]
  6. Unless you are a big RPG fan who is desperate for a fix, then this title is certainly not good enough to warranty your attention. The fighting is tedious, the story is not well told and the menus are clunky and awkward.
  7. Timewarp RPG sends us to sleep. [May 2008, p.81]

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