Dungeon Hunter 5 — iOS and Android Game
Dungeon Hunter 5 — iOS and Android Game
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Overview:
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Dungeon Hunter 5 game comes with a stylised in the logo as Dungeon Hunter V and it is a 2015 mobile hack and slash role-playing game that was developed, published by Gameloft and it was released on 27th Feb 2015 for iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices. Dungeon Hunter 5 game serves as a direct sequel to Dungeon Hunter 4 which ended amidst the dying Valenthia city state and is an online game that requires an internet connection in order to play.
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Overview
Dungeon Hunter 5 game was the fifth installment in Gameloft’s action RPG Dungeon Hunter franchise that has arrived on Android and it has a lot going for it. Dungeon Hunter 5 game comes with:
- 150 weapons
- dozens of armor sets
- hordes of undead monsters to slay and more. Dungeon Hunter 5 game is basically Diablo, but it is not called as Diablo. As this game is from Gameloft, Dungeon Hunter 5 game is free-to-play. Dungeon Hunter 5 game comes with a single-player campaign as well as online co-op multiplayer mode and the player has the choice of starting weapons but, there don’t seem to be distinct character classes at the outset. In this game, the player come across a ton of loot while playing, that can be used to customize the character and can also craft the new items by combining gear that is found.
General Details Category Games Updated 05 November 2014 Released — Version 1.9.0 Size 935 MB Language English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish Developer: Gameloft © 2013 Gameloft. All Rights Reserved. Gameloft and the logo Gameloft are trademarks of Gameloft in the US and/or other countries Seller — Rating 12+ for Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence Made for Ages — Developer Gameloft © 2014 Gameloft. All Rights Reserved. Gameloft, the Gameloft logo are trademarks of Gameloft in the US and/or other countries. Publisher(s) Gameloft Distributors — Directors — Producer(s) — Designer(s) — Programmer(s) — Writer(s) — Composer(s — Series Dungeon Hunter Engine — Genre(s) Action role-playing, hack and slash Platforms available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone Release Date February 27, 2015 Mode(s) online multiplayer Distribution Download with Appstore (iOS)
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Compatibility:
As designed for both iPhone and iPad, Dungeon Hunter 5 game requires iOS 6.0 or later that makes compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimizable for:
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Game Play:
Dungeon Hunter 5 game’s basic game-play shares some similarities to its predecessor, Dungeon Hunter 4, like:
- picking up loot
- using skill attacks
- using potions. Unlike its predecessor, Dungeon Hunter 5 game is not an open-world nor exploration, but rather a level-based dungeons that have a series of difficulties and as the hero progresses, the player would encounter even stronger enemies that puts the player’s skill to the test. Dungeon Hunter 5 game does not have a feature that contain a class system and instead of that, picking off a starter type of weapon in the beginning of the game is seen and the player character can also add friends though they can no longer co-operate in missions and there is also an energy system that restricts the players from performing too many dungeons. Apart from all those features, there is also a new mode called Stronghold in which player characters can collect minions to place them inside the stronghold and a new type of currency called quartz is also featured that can be used for fusing minions and if a player fought and raids another player, the player’s shield will switch off thus making the player as vulnerable from other players. This actually contains a level up ranks that forces the players to fight even more powerful players across their strongholds and there is also a trophy system in which the player can gain trophies by winning, but it can decrease if the player has losts the raid attempt. The loot system that has found to be expanded, not only in the ranged weapons, melee weapons, and armor body parts, but also the evolution items such as:
- skill weapons
- belts. A new fusion system that has also been implemented in which the players can pick an item and fuse it with unequipped or unwanted ones and prior to the loot and fusion system, there is an evolution system where the item’s level is maxed out and the player can use evolution materials to evolve them.
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On getting into the game, Dungeon Hunter 5 was not nearly as unforgiving as one might think and the timer systems do impose a restriction on straight play time but there is plenty to do before the player met with that hard wall and the premium currency itself is restricted to restoring timers and it is used to open special premium treasure chests that awards randomized high end loot. More acceptably, the heavy grind associated with the upgrading equipment and minions meant that the player is able to spend a lot of the energy replaying mission to earn extra loot but at this point, that is the just part of the game.
Dungeon Hunter 5 — Gameplay
Dungeon Hunter 5 game is a knee-deep in its freemium systems and it is not going to make any converts of those that are faithfully against such elements. Moreover, for those who are willing to engage with what the game offers in the environment that it will be offering it in and the visuals are impressive, presentation is found to be top-notch and all the game’s systems are fairly mature in implementation. In true, it is not quite a perfect game, but when comes to a world of highly aggressive freemium systems, there is an accomplishment that makes Dungeon Hunter 5 worth exploring.
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