Wii U eShop Spotlight – Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles Of Mystara
Who made it?
Capcom enlisted the help of Iron Galaxy for this compilation, which has some pretty well-converting pedigree, including many with Capcom. It works on Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Version, Darkstalkers revived, Skyrim for Switch (and VR) and it even helped with the recent launch of Retro Studios Metroid Prime is remade.
The studio’s most recently developed title, Rumbleverse, was rumored to be coming to Switch, but the battle royale title (which received good reviews and word of mouth) brought its servers down six months later upon release.
What is the premise?
Simply put, both games are side-scrolling beat ’em up genres, but they have a few differences. tower of doom lets you choose from four characters (cler, dwarves, elves, and warriors) and you battle through various dungeons against famous D&D monsters. It can be a bit complicated because monsters can use the same moves as you.
Darkness on Mystara adding thieves and magic users to the party, as well as different outfits, meaning your friends can choose the same character as you (two clerics? why not!). The sequel adds special moves and you can stock up on items between levels in different shops. In both games, there are several choice-based paths you can take, giving you different routes and enemies.
Why should you play it?
The Wii U version isn’t the only one you can get, but it could have been hardest to develop. But it worked out in the end, and it’s a great collection of two classic fighting action RPGs.
Like all good compilations, this isn’t just a bundle put together and consigned to ship — it’s packed with concept art, new challenges, exclusive content, and tons of gameplay options. game. It’s a loving portal looking back at the history of these two titles. Customizable House Rules is a great addition so you can turn this into a real video game experience with life, difficulty and all kinds of pitfalls for you and some friends . And yes, there is local multiplayer.
What happens when Elves, Clergy, Thieves and Warriors walk into the bar? Well, they engage in some stunning pixel art battles.
how much is this?
This is part of Capcom’s massive North American eShop sale, which means it’s only $2.99. In the UK and Europe, it’s still full price, but for just one £11.99 / €14.99you will get two classic video games.
We’ll be back on the last day with another 3DS or Wii U eShop offer as part of the this String ‘Countdown’. Let us know below if you already have this in your collection and share your thoughts.