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Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP)

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP)
alaScore 82

33 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 33 reviews of Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Cyril Lachel (

Dungeons and Dragons: Tactics


It's a crazy world we live in. For the past two years the only tactical role-playing game on the PSP was a disappointing Lord of the Rings RPG put out by Electronic Arts. Yet here we are two years later and all of a sudden we're swamped with nothing...

This is a dark, depressing and boring role-playing game with complicated rules and major design flaws. With games like Jeanne D'Arc and Final Fantasy Tactics on store shelves there's no reason to play Dungeons & Dragons Tactics.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by : Craig "American Idle" Hansen (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics


Dungeons and Dragons Tactics for the PSP is one of the smartest things Wizards of the Coast has done with the D&D license since commissioning Neverwinter Nights on the PC … and yes, I mean the original. The sequel is pretty good too though. Adapting...

Great, solidly-balanced missions make the game a continual challenge ; Really captures the feel of tabletop D&D ; Engrossing, if a bit short

Storytelling sequences are all still-art and narration and a bunch of reading; kind of boring ; Some in-game items are priced so high you can almost never afford them

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics is the best thing to happen to the D&D license since Wizards of the Coast commissioned the first Neverwinter Nights PC game.

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : David Redkey (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (PSP) Review


If you dare, come in and see what Kuju Entertainment has designed for your enjoyment (insert evil laugh here).

Oct, 2007

Expert review by (

Tactically Sound


Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics blends pen-and-paper rules with strategy RPG gameplay to impressive effect.

This is a really solid SRPG that adheres to the D&D rules and mythos as much as possible without reducing the fun factor. I recommend it for anyone who likes SRPGs in general, and even more so if you're deaf.

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Geoff_Hunt (

Dungeons and Dragons Tactics review for the PSP


Roll a fortitude saving throw.

Complex gameplay with lots of tactical choice

Boring visuals; Lackluster story; Horrendous AI

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Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Elmer Concepcion (

Dungeons and Dragons: Tactics Sony PSP Review


Extremely faithful reproduction of the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 rule set; Unique aspects of exploration, light and shadow, bring interesting dynamics to the SRPG genre, multiplayer available

Story bereft of any character or charisma; Time consuming preperation resulting in unexciting, unrewarding action; Poor presentation throughout; Controls frustrate and confuse; Boring

To many, the idea of a full fledged DnD campaign on the go is an appealing one. It certainly was to me, being a long time vet of the game and short time professional Dungeon Master. But my own attraction to the game was never to the ruleset itself, but...

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : James Fudge (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics Review


Bad game design mortally wounds what could have been a wonderful D&D RPG experience for the PSP.

At the end of the day D&D Tactics fails to serve its core audience and fans of tactical role-playing games having many more options that are just plain better. It's just a shame that the developers couldn't balance implementing authentic rules with...

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Grant Holzhauer (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics Review


The PSP receives another cookie cutter tactics game.

See more screens ... This plodding pace continues in the combat. The game world is set into a grid system for movement. Each turn affords the player two actions; moving, opening chests and retrieving items (yes, this requires both actions in the...

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Brian Beck (

Dungeons and Dragons Tactics Review


D&D has been around for a long time. Starting as nothing more than some paperback rulebooks and a complicated set of rules, it has blossomed into a system upon which many other RPGs have been based on. There are video games, miniature games and even...

If you can get past the out-of-combat menu system and are willing to learn the D&D rules (or already know them), D&D Tactics comes highly recommended. While the graphics may not be the best, this game provides some really fun tactical battles – some of...

Aug, 2007

Expert review by : Patrick Joynt (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics


Too much detail for newcomers, yet not enough for the hardcore.

3.5 D&D rules; attractive engine

Undocumented changes to 3.5 rules; incredibly frustrating camera; boring story

Aug, 2007

Product Specifications

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics brings the excitement of the D&D universe, created by Wizards of the Coast, to the PSP system for the first time! Faithfully utilizing the Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 rule-set, Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics allows players to take a party of six adventurers into a wide variety of dangerous environments to experience deep and exciting turn-based action. All of the core races and classes will be available to the player, including two Psionic classes, the Psion and the Psychic Warrior. Players will be able to customize their characters and store as many as their memory stick can handle. Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics offers an original storyline, filled with intrigue, set in a newly created D&D world. Alignment is critical, as it affects the end of the story and allows players to change from good to evil, or the other way around, depending on which quests they choose. Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics will take full advantage of the PSP system's wireless capability allowing gamers to play cooperatively through the single-player campaign with their friends, or take them on in a variety of adversarial game modes. Play will be extended through the use of downloadable content. With all of this and much more, Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics is the ultimate handheld game for D&D fans!


Elements:Role playing game (RPG) - console-style RPG / Strategy / tactics / wargame - turn based
ESRB Rating:Teen (13+)
Online Play: Yes
PEGI Content Descriptors:Violence
PEGI Rating:12+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren gem


Compatibility:Game console/PC
Manufacturer:Atari/Cisco Systems
Model:Professional Edition/Tactics
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Cisco Unified Workspace Licensing/Dungeons & Dragons


Package Type:Retail


Category:Games/Internet & communication applications
Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation Portable
License Category:License/Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 additional user/1 user
License Type:Complete package/License
Subcategory:Games - role playing game (RPG) / Games - strategy / tactics / wargame/Internet & communication - IP telephony