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Dungeon Hunter 2

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The benchmark for action RPGs hits your iPhone & iPod touch in its second opus. Slide to Play says, “Exceptional games like Dungeon Hunter don’t come along often.” And that is why you need to play its sequel.

EXCLUSIVE CO-OP MULTIPLAYER MODE: Play the campaign solo or with up to 4 adventurers at the same time.
** IMPORTANT: MULTIPLAYER COMPATIBILITY ** Multiplayer mode available only on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod Touch 3G or iPod Touch 4G, with 3.1.2 OS or higher.
- Team up online via Wi-Fi or locally via Bluetooth or local wireless.
- Game Center and Gameloft Live compatible: Find teammates, rise up the leaderboards , unlock achievements and more.
- Fight tougher enemies, face even more challenging quests and combine the talents of your team members to become even deadlier.

- You are one of the immortal king’s sons. Survive a war, escape from prison, and travel across your realm to save everything!
- Enter Gothicus' dark fantasy atmosphere with high-definition graphics, optimized for iPhone 4.

- Enjoy the same addictive hack 'n slash gameplay with new finely tuned controls and save system.
- An open world 5 times bigger than before with more enemies, more areas, more quests and more hours of enjoyment.
- 3 difficulty levels, all of which can be unlocked by finishing the game once.

- Choose among 3 character classes with 2 specializations each and improve your character with dozens of different skills.
- Hundreds of unique items to collect, including melee and ranged weapons, that will impact your character’s look and skills.

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Customer Reviews

Best RPG in App Store

Easily most detailed and interesting RPG in all of the app store, plenty of enemies, quests, environments,skills,loot: I could go on and on about this game. The best part of this RPG is the multiplayer. This Christmas me and my bro got this game. My cousin saw us playing it and downloaded it as well, and soon after my dad booted up his and we all went around killing monsters comparing characters and unlocking new abilities. Excellent job on the spacing of skills and pacing of the story. 10 stars for sure. Now, about a little problem the DH community seems to have in general. DH3. It's not a bad game, but it's clearly using the DH name to get Downloads which is a cheap trick and the game has suffered greatly from it and do have fans. I don't know if anyone reads this at gameloft, but PLEASE make a true continuation of the DH series, easily best in the app store completely decimating Zenonia and Inotia combined. (though a party or henchmen idea would be sweet for offline) If you choose not to exploit the current dungeon hunter style, I urge you to delve into a more sci-fi version with the same core classes but with an upgraded, futuristic style since there is a huge market for it due to the low number and quality games that fall under the category. Thanks for the great work on DH2 and please continue it with a true continuation through DH4.


It's OK

One thing I would like to see reduced in this game is that I'm sick of seeing zombies or ghosts everywhere I go. Once or twice here and there is quite enough, but constantly? Come on! At least have some diversity in the monsters please! Also, when you try to break the jars, there's like a glitch, and you end up slashing for 30 seconds at nothing, while the enemy is right next to you, hacking away at your health. Try and fix that, please. And one more thing: whenever I try multiplayer, it takes quite awhile to find players. Whenever I play different games on multiplayer, it's much more quicker. A suggestion: maybe a special move for each type of warrior? Maybe you already have it, and I haven't noticed, but again: just a suggestion. Aside from all of the heavy criticism, I suggest any of you who are still considering this game, buy it: not bad and definitely worth your while. The graphics aren't half-bad, and the attacks are good as well- the attacks that use mana, I mean. There is also an interactive inventory with the selected character: so many sets to choose from, so you don't have to worry too much about armor diversity. Very fun, and hoping for the next edition.

Pale Shadow of the original Dungeon Hunter

The original Dungeon Hunter was a revelation on my iPod Touch. Dungeon Hunter 2 is a flawed sequel. While the graphic presentation remains first rate and the world is huge with many quests, the storyline is fractured and nonsensical. I found the level design unoriginal and extremely repetetive and you often find your character unable to walk across an area because he is "hung up" on some ground detail. Your character keeps running in place, but not getting anywhere. This also affects non-player characters. It is frustrating and vaguely humorous to repeatedly encounter a giant demon or some other boss character hung up on a landscape detail, unable to actually reach or harm your character. You can kill them at your leisure with ranged weapons or spells which seriously detracts from the game. The character classes are not explained in any way in the game and the skill trees seem fractured and incomplete. I played the original dungeon hunter over and over with every possible character class and was sorry when I was done. I finished one play through of this sequel and had no inclination to subject myself to more frustration by playing again.

Dungeon Hunter 2
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  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released: Dec 09, 2010
  • Version: 1.0.0
  • Size: 567 MB
  • Languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
  • Seller: Gameloft
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
  • Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity

Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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