An ambitious but novice dungeon maker arrives in a town which is suffering attacks by violent monsters. He buys a vast plot of land at the outskirts of the town to create a grand dungeon to lure various monsters which he will hunt, collecting gold and items. He hopes that his completed dungeon will attract the legendary Wandering Demon. Defeating this menacing foe would free the townspeople and win the Architect acclaim as a true dungeon maker.The townspeople are initially skeptical about the Architect's ability to achieve his goal. Over the years, they've watched other dungeon makers arrive with great plans that ultimately fail - falling prey to the very monsters they've lured into their dungeons or abandoning the town. However, as the Architect's dungeon grows and improves, luring rarer and more powerful enemies, and he begins bringing back more valuable treasures, the townspeople offer him support. They give advice about the intricacies of dungeon making, sell crucial items, provide weapons and magic spells, treat the Architect when he is injured, and offer generous rewards in exchange for the completion of various quests within the growing dungeon.Whether the growing hopes of the townspeople and the Architect will be realized depends on the quality of the dungeon he creates and his developing battle skills.
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Customer Reviews for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
Review 1 for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
Please be good...
Well, I've just found out about this game today and I am excited about it. The best aspect (in my opinion) will be the dungeon-making aspect of it...if there are enough different parts to create a dungeon with, then it should be fun (because who wants to make a 20-piece dungeon?). As for combat, I'm not expecting too much but as long as its not horribly repetitive, it'll be fine. I've been looking for a good rpg lately for the PSP (there are very few good ones) so I hope this one will be worth the wait (which as of writing this, is like 4 days but...you get the point)-not to mention the $40.
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Review 2 for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
This looks really cool
Ok, i saw an in game play of this game and it looks really good actualy. The main character though...i hope you can customize him couse he just wasnt my style. So im hoping for a custom character. As far as the dungeon building it looked real easy, and really fun. The outside dungeon graphics are point and click, but in dungeon was controling your character around and building it. The creatures i saw looked very cartoon influence. It was kinda cool actualy. I saw the character fight things from rats, bandits to Naga and a Griffon. So it looks good. The dungeon this character build was really big. And that was only his 1st floor. I think i saw a possable of like, 4 floors. So, yah. Big custom maps I think this game is going to be awsome and im ganna be right there as they open the box. =D Happy gaming
Review 3 for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
I saw a video for this game today, it looks good graphic wise and all, but the story is over the top. Youre a traveling dungeon maker, what??? that makes sense. I am not going to buuy this game. I suggest the same for you, reader
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Review 4 for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
good for now
Well, so far I don't see any good games for the PSP yet so this might be work for a while until FFT lion war comes out in october. It is a DIY game so it will take times to devolop your own dumgeons, but it will get bored after a while especially when you are repeating the same things over and over again. I will get it just for time killing and sell it back out when it gets bored.
Review 5 for Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground
hmmm.....im not sure
well this game sounds pretty cool espically building your own dungeon. i just wanna see how the game looks and how it plays. i hope their are numerous types of weapons you can wield. i kno this wont be the best looking game since its for the psp along with its other games, but its for a hand held. they need to make better games for the psp anyways and i hope this is one of them.