The most anticipated game that I was looking forward to playing in my Android smartphone just became the worst anticipated game after installing and playing it. I thought Gameloft would have sticked to the Diablo style gameplay that was present in the previous 2 Dungeon Hunter games.

I really looked forward to this because the graphics are way better than Dungeon Hunter 2. The end result? Utter disappointment. Dungeon Hunter 3 features arena based levels that will pit you against waves of enemies and requiring your character to finish off enemies based on requirements.

Man … such a waste of bandwidth downloading the data files. I uninstalled it right away. Gameloft totally killed this one. I love RPG after playing Diablo. So Dungeon Hunter 3 is also RPG but there is no adventure style here like with its predecessors.

This game totally sucks. But this is just me. Not all of us have the same tastes and preferences so check out this one if you do not mind playing Dungeon Hunter 3’s RPG style mixed with defense tower wave-feature.

Hey, Gameloft did copy Diablo 3’s feature where you can choose your character’s gender and they have a character class version for both male and female. But still, overall … a disappointing game for me.

Yet another superb game by Gameloft ported to the Android platform. The graphics look amazing in my Galaxy S2 plus the game play and sound effects give you the same feeling like playing in some other console. The game also reloads pretty fast when your character dies and even during startup.

This is actually the second RPG game that I played (the first being Diablo II) and I really enjoyed every second playing it. The game features a deep customization system where you can choose from 3 classes with 2 specializations each and dozens of skills plus the option to play with up to 3 other players in multi player mode.

Even with the huge file size of this game, I heavily recommend this to any RPG lover and hack n’ slash addicts. The user interface is not very hard to learn. Gameloft did an awesome job making it as simple as possible.

And to think, I easily give up playing an RPG game if I find it hard to adapt how to customize my character. This one was a breeze. So I finished Dungeon Hunter 2. Now I guess it is high time I check out part 1 ;).

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