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|See also:||Eroge Games, Erotic RPG|
In the realm of mythical creatures, folklore, magic and mystery, there can be a plethora of quests to complete, interesting stories to uncover and fascinating people to meet. Thankfully, in Dungeon Slaves, this holds true but not in the conventional sword and shield RPG kind of way but instead with swinging a weapon of a more meaty variety.
The interesting people we mentioned in this game have an awful lot of assets that make them worth your time and attention. Take their intricate costume designs, their flawless 3D rendered faces and their luscious flowing, often vibrantly coloured hair as prime examples. However, we wager that there may be two assets on each character that draw more attention than any other. We’ll let you guess what they are.
The environments in this game are fantastic as well. There seems to be no word from the developer as to whether these are 3D renders or live stills with a high resolution. Either way though, these backgrounds are fitting to every scene and lend themselves to the story and the 3D realistic art style perfectly. This is also complemented by the animations that are included for the characters. Where a lot of similar games would go for still images or still renderings, this game offers some more substance to the events of the story for a really visceral and eye-catching effect.
Run of the mill stuff
What is clear when you get over the glitz and glam of the presentation is that the story and narrative aren’t of the same standard. The gameplay has you pick through a branch of options and to its credit, does offer diverging narrative paths but sadly, the quality of writing is mediocre at best. The game relies on the graphical splendour to carry the product and while it does a pretty good job, for those who need to connect to the storyline to get your kicks, this isn’t going to cut it for most of you.
The setting, the magical aspects and the overall design of the game do offer something for players who find this niche appealing. Plus the UI design and core functionality is perfectly serviceable for what it is. However, you can’t escape the feeling that this title is a little hollow.
A One Note Experience
Dungeon Slaves is one that really plays into one particular niche hard. So if you’re someone that enjoys a little bit of fantasy mixed in with your adult themes, there may be something here for you. The art style is the runaway feature of this game. The highly detailed renderings atop what seems like high-resolution real-life images have a really striking effect. Plus the character models and animations are enough to get most hot under the collar.
The real issue is that if you need a storyline to motivate you through these games, this title is lacking in a substantial one. It’s enough to draw the player in for sure and has the potential to be a great story but never really delivers on this promise. The gameplay is simplistic to the point of being rather generic and overall, this game fails to live up to the heights of the visuals. It’s often wrong to judge a book by its cover and the same applies here. Try this one and see if it’s for you but don’t expect a riveting story to keep you engaged.
- Interesting fantasy setting
- Great visuals
- Great character models
- Poor writing and storyline
- Oversimplified gameplay
Download Dungeon Slaves
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP