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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita)

Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita)
alaScore 72

41 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 41 reviews of Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita). The average rating for this product is 2.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.7/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Vita Games the Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 41 reviews)

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Amazon.com review summary for Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games on Amazon.com.

70% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Dungeon Hunter Alliance- PSV

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita)

 

While Sony launched both the PSP and the PlayStation 3 with entries in the Untold Legends series of dungeon crawlers, it seems to have missed the boat with the launch of the PlayStation Vita. Gameloft hopes to fill the void with Dungeon Hunter:...

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Dungeon Hunter Alliance PlayStation Vita Review

 

Dungeon Hunter follows the typical dungeon crawling archetype. You choose from one of three classes, warrior, rogue and mage. Then you basically jump into a story where the queen dies, you resurrect her and then she runs amok. Now it's your job to take...

Online dungeon crawling, enjoyable hack and slash action, grabbing loot

The price, overall production value

This article was written by Modojo community member Jeff Masser.

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance Review

 

Treading familiar ground is the worst nightmare of any new platform. The Vita launch is definitely the most robust, but it is also plagued with ports and titles that seem hard to justify the price tag.

Lots of loot to collect ; Plenty to see and do

Steep price tag ; Camera can be an issue ; Progression feels flawed

Treading familiar ground is the worst nightmare of any new platform. The Vita launch is definitely the most robust, but it is also plagued with ports and titles that seem hard to justify the price tag. Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is one of those games....

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance Review

 

The Vita version of Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is a fine Diablo clone, but a lack of ambition and a high price hold it back on the platform.

Addictive and lengthy dungeon crawling on the go ; Steady progression of loot and levels ; Flexible online co-op

Very simple and derivative ; Frame rate dips and other technical hindrances ; Costs much more than on other platforms

The biggest hurdle really is the price. If this were a cheaper downloadable game like its predecessors, it would be easier to recommend. As it is, it's hard to feel like you're getting a good deal when an almost identical experience is available on...

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance Review

 

Dungeon Hunter comes to Sony's new handheld system with some handheld-specific enhancements and the same mountains of loot.

Dungeon Hunter: Alliance isn’t as polished as Diablo and lacks the charm of Torchlight. Battling through its varied levels and sorting through mountains of loot is fun, when glitches don’t get in the way. Unfortunately, when it costs $28 more to hack...

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance review

 

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In the end of the day Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is nothing more than an expensive port of a $12 PSN game. While there is plenty of action to be had and loot to collect, the overall package is decidedly generic and the quality mediocre. It tries to be a...

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance

 

Slay vile creatures alone or with up to three fellow adventurers in the first action role-playing game for PlayStation Vita. Dungeon Hunter: Alliance has you exploring the world of Gothicus from an overhead perspective as you team up with allies to battle

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Dungeon Hunter Alliance (PS Vita Review)

 

As with Gameloft's other Vita Launch title (Asphalt Injection), Dungeon Hunter Alliance has been around for a while. It started out as an iOS game which was then ported over to PSN for PS3 about a year ago. The PSN version was a decent hack in slash in...

If you are a fan of this genre. You should enjoy this game ; Lots of playability with plenty of areas to uncover. Expect the single player main quest to take about 8 hours to complete ; Multiplayer actually works well making things a little more...

There is nothing new here. It’s the same game that appeared on the PS3 and iOS ; When things get hectic on the screen, there is noticeable slowdown and frame drops ; Some objects are tiny and hard to distinguish from other surroundings ; 39.99 for a...

If you already own Dungeon Hunter for your PS3, then I would stay away from this one. Aside from some minimal takes on control which do nothing to improve the gameplay, this is exactly the same game. On the other hand, if you don’t own it for your PS3...

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance Review

 

The Vita version of Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is a fine Diablo clone, but a lack of ambition and a high price hold it back on the platform.

Addictive and lengthy dungeon crawling on the go ; Steady progression of loot and levels ; Flexible online co-op

Very simple and derivative ; Frame rate dips and other technical hindrances ; Costs much more than on other platforms

The biggest hurdle really is the price. If this were a cheaper downloadable game like its predecessors, it would be easier to recommend. As it is, it's hard to feel like you're getting a good deal when an almost identical experience is available on...

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Dungeon Hunter Alliance- PS Vita

 

Dungeon Hunter: Alliance had the perfect opportunity to be the leading role-playing title on the Vita console during launch. With no competition whatsoever, there was a clear path to being the top contender. Sadly, the Gameloft hack-and-slash RPG is...

Lots of loot ; Solid online play

Repetitive and boring gameplay ; Poor presentation

Gameloft once again had an opportunity to set the bar for what to expect from a genre game on the Vita, and once again they’ve set such a low standard it’s not going to take long for another title to surpass it. Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is not a fun...