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Class of Heroes- PSP

Class of Heroes- PSP
alaScore 82

10 reviews

Jan, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Class of Heroes- PSP. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Class of Heroes- PSP is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Dustin Chadwell (gaming-age.com)

Class of Heroes

 

And you thought you had some punishing teachers.

Gold can be a little slow to gain, so you'll want to try and make use of the crafting system in the game. Most fights will drop an item or two, which you'll need to have apprised by a cleric or at the store (for a fee). Once you discover the type of...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Sarah (gamervision.com)

Class of Heroes - PSP

 

Intro to Dungeon Crawlers

I might nab this once the go comes out. I hate UMDs at this point, but like the ideas behind this title

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Tyler Cameron (gamernode.com)

Class of Heroes

 

Class of Heroes is an old-school dungeon crawler RPG that is light on plot and heavy on level grinding, party management and cycling through menus. Fans of the genre will surely find something to love here as there are over 75 labyrinths (the game's...

Fans of dungeon crawling RPGs will enjoy the tremendous depth, items creation, and deep party mechanics. But for everyone else, there's nothing compelling enough to warrant playing this game.

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Stewart Shearer (gamesradar.com)

Class of Heroes

 

An awkward marriage between hardcore exploring and softcore combat

Addictive exploration ; Row system works well ; Makes homework fun

Way too easy ; Repetitive battles ; Japanese voices will turn off some

Class of Heroes delivers some quality dungeon crawling, which will wake up the back-tracking, corner-hugging, poke-at-everything completionist within you. Unfortunately, the game strays too far into the casual realm when it comes to combat. It’s simply...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Louis Bedigian (gamezone.com)

Class of Heroes Review

 

A dungeon crawler for fans of dungeon crawlers.

Class of Heroes won't be the game most RPG fans drool over, but it's worth playing if you love dungeon crawlers, don't mind the repetition or unfair difficulty, and embrace the idea of investing several hours in a game whose experience rarely changes.

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Ryan Clements (videogames.yahoo.com)

Class of Heroes

 

How old-school can you get?

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Colette Bennett (destructoid.com)

Class of Heroes- PSP

 

If you're reading a review of an Atlus game because you're a fan of any of their other titles, you may have some idea what to expect: beautifully drawn characters, old school fundmentals and ofte...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Sam Bishop (totalplaystation.com)

Class is in Session

 

Because we just can't seem to get enough school, we've decided to go hands-on with Class of Heroes, Atlus' matriculation dungeon crawler.

Class of Heroes is definitely unlike most RPGs on the PSP, which may well be why we were so intrigued by it all. The old-school nature of running through a first-person dungeon, having six party members (and often as many enemies) all smacking each...

Feb, 2009

Expert review by: Eric (reviewbusters.net)

Class of Heroes

 

Video games have grown since the early years. With new and better systems coming out we get a chance to see our favorite genres fit into new shoes. The classic dungeon crawler RPG is making its way to the PSP thanks to Atlus. Just like every Atlus game...

For a game of this caliber I think it would have been best if Atlus put it on the Nintendo DS. No offence to the PSP but this game just can not compare to the other first-person dungeon crawler, most recently The Dark Spire. If you are an Atlus buff...