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Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP)

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP)
alaScore 82

33 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 33 reviews of Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, 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 Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Edwin Evans-Thirlwell (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics PSP Review


There are two reviewing traditions when it comes to a Dungeons and Dragons title. The first is the sheepish personal preamble in which you describe when, where, how and why you first ventured into the Forgotten Realms, what quantities of stale pizza...

All of which leaves me recommending this to diehards only, a conclusion suspiciously redolent of the last game I reviewed, Monster Hunter Freedom 2, though I gave that an eight. Hmmm. I’m getting a bit of reputation here. I think I'll dust off my DS...

May, 2010

Expert review by : Jim Diaz (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics Review


Here at IncGamers, we are catching up with some slightly older games as we make way for the onslaught...

Rolling a turn-based Dungeon & Dragon experience into a portable gaming system is not an easy feat and Tactics gives it the old college try. Unfortunately, there are just a few too many snags, specifically the overall pace and interface design that...

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : NowGamer ArchiveBot (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (PSP) review


Duller than a Drow in a dry cleaners

It recreates the tabletop D&D experience, but ultimately Tactics just doesn't work as a videogame. D&D fans may get some enjoyment out of it, but the bland environments and animations do little to bring the rich world of D&D to life.

Dec, 2007

Expert review by : Paul Newcombe (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics


Perhaps I'm just fussy; perhaps what seems obvious to me isn't clear to others. I don't know, but there seems to be one overriding problem with Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics that ruins what could have been an enjoyable game. Frustratingly it's something...

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics is a strange game, its impenetrable combat will put off most D&D novices while the more experienced who are able to forgive (or simply understand) the lack of information will find its horrible interface minimises any...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : David McComb (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (2007)


While a generation of proud geeks will have cherished memories of playing Dungeons & Dragons in their mate’s kitchen or in the chemistry lab after school, convincing attention-deficit modern gamers to tackle the game’s confounding manuals, pewter...

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Tracy Erickson (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics


Fabulousness -5

Ah, if only it were that good

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : David Power (

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics


Having gone to good lengths to make this game easy to pick up for a new gamer, it still feels that the real enjoyment is left for the real Dungeons & Dragons fans.

Maintaining 3.5 rule set ; Hours of campaign adventures ; In-depth character customisation

Repetitive adventures ; Slow and repetitive gameplay ; Not very visually appealing

For the avid Dungeons & Dragons fan this next installment will definitely provide hours and hours of adventurous play time, especially with your character's customisations and upgrades. But if this is your first go at a turn-based strategy, let alone...

Sep, 2007

Expert review by : Cyril Lachel (

Dungeons and Dragons: Tactics


It's a crazy world we live in. For the past two years the only tactical role-playing game on the PSP was a disappointing Lord of the Rings RPG put out by Electronic Arts. Yet here we are two years later and all of a sudden we're swamped with nothing...

This is a dark, depressing and boring role-playing game with complicated rules and major design flaws. With games like Jeanne D'Arc and Final Fantasy Tactics on store shelves there's no reason to play Dungeons & Dragons Tactics.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by : Craig "American Idle" Hansen (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics


Dungeons and Dragons Tactics for the PSP is one of the smartest things Wizards of the Coast has done with the D&D license since commissioning Neverwinter Nights on the PC … and yes, I mean the original. The sequel is pretty good too though. Adapting...

Great, solidly-balanced missions make the game a continual challenge ; Really captures the feel of tabletop D&D ; Engrossing, if a bit short

Storytelling sequences are all still-art and narration and a bunch of reading; kind of boring ; Some in-game items are priced so high you can almost never afford them

Dungeons & Dragons Tactics is the best thing to happen to the D&D license since Wizards of the Coast commissioned the first Neverwinter Nights PC game.

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Joaby (

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics


I think everyone has played Dungeons and Dragons at some point. Whether it's in some library room with a bunch of your nerdiest school friends, or through the likes of Neverwinter Nights and Baldurs Gate, at some point almost everyone who calls...

Oct, 2007