by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
This app requires for an additional 409 Mb download.
Dragon Slayer comes from the creators of Blood & Glory, B&G Legend and Death Dome, an it's played so so the same way. In this case, you will be a multiclass dragon slayer in his mission to defeat every living dragon on Earth. Regarding ecology and pedagogy it may be a fail, but you will soon realize that this game is technically outstanding, Dragons are huge creatures as we like they are, and breathe fire and ice and stuff in a much like D&D dragon color range.We'd like they talk or they were more than roaming gargantuan reptiles with nothing else to do other than hunting you down while you are looking for them.
Game's free, following Glu's philosophy of better-dead-than-paid. Of course, legal tender can be exchanged for gold coins and get the fanciest stuff. Indeed, sooner than later you will figure out that there's no way to end the game without either hundreds of replays or a handful of dollars. Perhaps is time that Glu rethinks their way and adds a paid version with the whole game for a closed price beforehand, unlocking as you discover and advance. The micro-payment system often makes you underpowered before you pull your wallet out and overpowered later.
Back to Dragon Slayer, it's an original and awesome game. It's fun and is spectacular, a pity that main character isn't customizable at all and that the storyline is just enough to understand that dragons are evil and they must die. That's a pity because I liked DragonHeart so much and I hoped this game was into that, but it isn't.
Tags: dragon slayer , dragon slayer vs blood and glory , dragon sleyer , dragon slayer preparing
by Peter , Appszoom
Nov 21, 2012
from 251.496 reviews