Dungeon Hunter 5 RPG for casual gamer
Experience the life of a bounty hunter hired to deal with the toughest jobs. Then, experience a repetitive gameplay and micropayments strategically placed after the tutorial.
From quests to dungeons
Dungeon Hunter 5 has the same mission style as many casual games. You are limited to following a linear story in which you play the leader of a group of hunters. Who entrusted with tasks ranging from murder to the rescue of important people. There is variety in the sense that the missions are different, but they all play the same. In your missions, you can collect weapons, armor and money that you can use to improve your team. However, you cannot buy anything, so the improvement is limited to what you find.
How does collecting objects work? At the end of each level, you will get different team cards. Weapons and shields have various elemental properties such as water or fire that can be useful in specific missions. Dungeon Hunter 5 suggests at the beginning of each mission which element is better to overcome it. In Dungeon Hunter 5 you will find two improvement schemes: Fusion, in which you merge different objects to improve their statistics and Direct evolution for weapons. This requires objects that are difficult to obtain.
To move the character in Dungeon Hunter accounts with a system of directional pad and buttons for attacks, all marked on the screen. You have the basic attack, which done with the weapon you have equipped. As well as with spells and defense movements that can do according to which objects you count. The combat is repetitive. You roam the levels fighting with low-level minions until you find the final boss. When you defeat him, you open that gives you the team cards before quotes and experience points.
There really is no strategy when you fight, however much you vary weapons, and everything is very simplified. At all times you will be able to hire another player to add to your missions, adding a friendly hand to help you with the enemies. Artificial intelligence is very bad. This ally is limited to act as a sponge of damage to the strongest enemies until he looks. Dungeon Hunter 5 also has in-app purchases in the form of gems. These gems used to open random chests, increase storage space in your inventory and improve different variables.
On the other hand, there is no object or equipment store in Dungeon Hunter 5. So all you get will be playing. Something especially annoying is that health potions can only purchase with gems. Since gems are the payment currency of the game. There are times when you will find yourself in a loop when you cannot complete missions because you need life potions but do not want to spend real money.