THIS BUNDLE CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS
Dungeons Mega Pack
- Operating system: Windows 7/Vista/ XP SP2
- Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core
- Memory: 3 GB
- Hard disk space: 2 GB free HDD
- Video: 256 MB DirectX 9.0c Graphics card with Shader Model 3.0
- Sound: Windows-compatible Soundcard
- DirectX®: 9.0c
Dungeons Mega Pack review
While similar in theme to dungeon keeper it does not play as it. It plays more like a tower defends if it should be compared to a genre although the game is still rather unique. The most unique aspect of the game is the main resource (be sides gold) the heroes soul energy. Gathering of the soul energy require that the heroes are kept happy by doing what heroes exploring dungeons now do (killing monsters, gathering gold, disarming traps, etc.).
When it comes to this mega pack I would say that dungeons I definitely a game worth buying if you think that the above mention premise sounds at all entertaining. However when it comes to the dark lords it also a question about whether you only care about the campaign or not since the dark lords is really weak. So when it comes to taking this mega pack instead of just dungeons it really boils down to whether you like playing custom games in or just wants the campaign. If the later is true I would recommend just getting dungeons, but if you like playing custom games pick the mega pack up instead.
Well, I know Dungeons hasn't gotten the best reviews. Many critics canned the game at release. On the other hand, GamePro really liked it. I really think the game suffers from the Law of Nostalgia. Many gamers come into Dungeons remembering their many hours playing Dungeon Keeper years ago, and nothing this game can do will compare to those sepia-toned memories.
However, if you can get past that problem, the game really isn't that bad. Yes, there are problems. The gameplay is a little repetitive, and there really could be more types of rooms.
But really, I've spent many hours happily playing, and I'm not even half way through the campaign. I would have paid $30 for Dungeons. I got this bundle on sale for $32, and that includes a pre-order for the stand-alone expansion/sequel, and the DLCs, which add some fun new maps and great new Dungeon-bling.
If you like time management and level design, check this one out. This pack is a great deal, guys.