Welcome back to another issue of Digagami Alpha! This time, we will be reviewing Minecraft Dungeons!
You already know the drill, here’s a video made for those who don’t like to read:
Minecraft: Dungeons is Mojang’s take on a Top-Down Dungeon Crawler RPG, and it fits the genre well! This game is more for beginners rather than veterans of Dungeon Crawlers, but it still offers just as much fun whether new or experienced!
The first thing you will notice about Minecraft: Dungeons, is how smooth the graphics and animations are! Every visual element will catch and hold your attention for a while, especially the explosions!
The rhythm of smooth sword-swinging will mesmerize you as time flies by! Similar to Trove and Cube World, the pixel art graphics glide at a high framerate!
The enemies in this game are very fun to fight, can’t say that much about the bosses. The bosses are too easy in my opinion, which is fair I guess considering you spend almost 20 minutes trying to get to the boss.
As you progress through Minecraft: Dungeons, you will fall in love with the Hack-N-Slash momentum topped with a great reward system! All loot is good loot no matter the rarity, this is due to no upgrading system.
The reason why I say “All loot is good loot” is because a Common Weapon can be the same level as a unique and still do more damage. Every piece of Gear, Weapon, and Artifact has its own attributes.
There are 3 rarities that RNG can bless your loadout with, which are Common, Rare, and Unique. Common being the lowest rarity and Unique being the highest!
I forgot to mention this in the video, but one the biggest factors to enjoying this game is through Enchanting. Just like normal Minecraft, you can enchant Weapons and Armor with different perks such as (Knockback, Fire Trail, etc…).
This amplifies Minecraft: Dungeons with a fun RNG experience with every piece of loot you collect!
EDIT: This game gets boring after a week of gameplay. Although it’s fun during the initial hours of gameplay, you will realize it has no replay value after you complete it on Apocolypse
If this game were any more than $20, I wouldn’t recommend it. The reason for that is because it doesn’t offer enough content like other titles in it’s genre (Diablo, Torchlight, Etc…).