While there might be some relative shortcomings in its single player mode, Dragon Marked for Death more than makes up for them with its exciting and creative co-op multiplayer design. Players can hop in instantaneously and help the Dragonblood Clan level up and take on its enemies. There are multiple different versions of the game to get, but ultimately fans are best off buying either the physical edition or both digital bundles in order to get the full, proper experience. It’s tough playing solo, but the multiplayer is so well done that it compensates for this one area of weakness. Definitely keep Dragon Marked for Death on your radar if you’d like a game to play with friends that’s outside the norm.
Muy buen juego, comencé a jugarlo con un amigo y por ahora bien de bien, los controles se sientes muy precisos, cada personaje tiene su personalidad y habilidades muy variadas que hacen que quieras probar todos y rejugarlo. Lo unico malo es que si no compras la versión física, (yo si lo hice) te viene con menos personajes, lo cual podés elegir a la hora de la compra.
Los gráficos se ven muy muy bien, las animaciones también, la música es regularmente buena, nada de obras maestras pero son muy agradables.
Dragon Marked for Death's action-packed gameplay is phenomenal and its missions are huge and rewarding to master. However, the lack of a dodge button and the fact that many missions are rage-inducing make it a tough game to thoroughly enjoy.
Dragon Marked for Death is a polished experience that draws on a lot of existing genre sensibilities, but with a heavy focus on aspects that make for a good co-op experience. The classes are thematically coherent and entertainingly distinct, and the levels are just varied enough that gliding through one for the first time is always aurally and visually pleasing. The unbalanced single-player experience is a big sticking point, but if you have friends who are willing to take up the Dragonblood mantle with you, then there are few action platformers more entertaining.
Dragon Marked for Death is a frustrating experience because there are some good ideas buried behind some poor decisions. Level design always feels like it’s tuned for more than one player even in the solo experience, which is disheartening, especially after working through a big quest to only fall short and have to start back at the beginning. Coupled with some other minor annoyances and it’s easy to get irritated. Fortunately, playing online with friends runs lag free and helps to alleviate some of the issues that crop up in solo mode, but ultimately proves to be a mediocre Action-RPG.
The right person can find some level of enjoyment with Dragon Marked for Death. Unfortunately, the right person is likely somebody who has supplied a group of their own friends with copies of the game to join in on-line co-op, or else just has a hankering for stat-tuning and mission grinding. To the average gamer, the game’s repetitive nature in the face of its overall lack of multiplayer alternatives will spell anathema. Online games aren’t designed to put their best face forward when played solo, and it sadly seems this game’s timer is already ticking dangerously close towards its expiration date.
People who rate this game poorly completely miss the point . for all intents and purposes this is AN ONLINE GAME ONLY. people are wanting megaman, what there getting is a online side scrolling co-op LOOTER.
YES there is a single player option but the game is not intended to be played that way and i have seen legit reviewers knock it because its too hard . ( it is not too hard if you play it right , with 3 other players lol) THIS GAME IS FANTASTIC. you just have to know what kind of game you are getting into . Some of inti's best work . highly recomended. if you like diablo,warframe,destiny .... but you also like amazing pixel art and fun side scrolling game play . AND you realize you can only play online if you want to experience the real game . . this is the game for you .
Considering that I have been playing Diablo 3 almost daily for the past 5 years so, then taking in consideration that I was never an huge fan of Action Platformer games like Megaman but this game still took me out of the Diablo 3 (at least till next season) and I have been playing it basically during all my free time, I have to give it a 10, since its the the only game in that time frame that was able to hold my attention for more than a few hours!
Bought the physical version last week, 60hours clocked so far...yeah, I am addicted!
Just before being harsh with the game I'm going to say that the game has nice visuals, somewhat good music and sound effects (plus voice and stuff) but aside of the first levels and so on... The real game starts to crumble, I'm going to say all the flaws that I found.
First of all, why do enemies just touch you and you receive damage? Aren't we living in 2020 where enemies does a move and hurts the player? Isn't that okay? About touching you, there are attacks that are almost unavoidable and can also 1hit-KO your character, yes I know that there are items to avoid this, but you don't have access to those items at the moment where enemies are likely to kill you just by passing next to you, the unfairness amount of damage from an enemy that is not even a boss is absurd, they didn't know how to balance the damage in solo mode, so playing solo is a torture and I can't even imagine having friends to play with after receiving one hit of death.
The map is a mess, you could be lost in seconds because there's no way to know from where you came or where you need to explore, there's nothing that tells you what to do, where to go and in some of the biggest maps of the game there's not even a warp or anything that helps the player to know if hr/she is doing things correctly.
Then the rewards, I can't believe that people is saying that the rewards are good, no, they are absolutely trash, there's no a good reward and the tradeable items in the black market asks the player for better levels and the quality of the item is not even great. I had played games likes this one before and this is the first time that I didn't enjoyed the game at all, it was a torture after going to the upper levels, the spike of the difficulty was absurd, the levels are quite repetite and boring, the music doesn't deliver justice to this and finally, I don't understand how they f***** so much with the balance of the game, is literally impossible to enjoy it solo without getting frustrated so many times because common enemies destroys you before facing the boss, and sometimes, you did all the hard work and just losing against the boss broken damage and unfair speed or movement (the bandit one is just stupid with those bombs and gigantic attacks, super unfair and not fun at all
SummaryDragon MFD is a 2D side-scrolling action RPG game where up to 4 players can play together in either local multiplayer or online multiplayer. Refreshing, feel-good level designs based around intuitive 2D-action-based gameplay await!
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