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    DDO's first expansion, Menace of the Underdark, has launched. Is adventuring in the Forgotten Realms worth buying? Read Ten Ton Hammer's review of Menace of the Underdark and find out.

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    Thu, Jun 28, 2012
    jeffprime
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    Turbine has recently released Update 5 for Dungeons and Dragons Online. Included in that update is the newest Adventure Pack, Phiarlan Carnival.
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    Mon, Aug 09, 2010
    jeffprime
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    Tue, Jul 13, 2010
    Medawky
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    Turbine has recently released Update 4 for Dungeons & Dragons Online. Included in the update is a new Adventure Pack, Sentinels of Stormreach.

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    Mon, May 03, 2010
    mattlow
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    Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited is the free-to-play reincarnation of its subscription-based predecessor, Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach.

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    Mon, Jan 04, 2010
    Dalmarus
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    Since Dungeons and Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited has gone Free 2 Play the population has boomed. Free is a good price tag for any game, but is DDO worth the download? Ten Ton Hammer Executive...

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    Mon, Nov 30, 2009
    B. de la Durantaye
  • Call it a re-review
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    Mon, Dec 31, 2007
    Ralsu
  • At least they didn't roll a natural 1.

    Warcry has posted a fairly positive re-review of DDO on their site. Although I'm not a huge fan of re-reviews, this one seems to take into account previous feelings about the game and where it has progressed from there. Here's a snippet:

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    Mon, Aug 06, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • Belated First Impressions

    Gaming-age.com has finally gotten around to their review of Dungeons and Dragons Online. Though it is quite belated, they also take a look at how the game has progressed since launch.

    So yeah, Dungeons and Dragons Online has been out since February, and we’re just now getting around to doing a proper review of it. We are horrible, horrible people, I know. But, due to this lapse in time, we also have an opportunity to review how the game has progressed from launch, in addition to the modules that have been put out since its release.

    Keep reading to learn more. Do you agree with their feelings on the game? Let us know in the forums at DDO Ten Ton Hammer.

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    Wed, Sep 13, 2006
    LadySirse
  • Hit or Miss?

    GamingGroove has taken time to review Dungeon and Dragons Online. See if they think that this is a hit or miss int he world of MMOs...

    As stated before, it was only a matter of time before Dungeons and Dragons followed suit. At the beginning of 2006 came the arrival of Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach. Developed by Turbine, this game would offer players a virtual world governed by the official 3rd Edition rules (actually 3.5) while keeping in tune with most other MMOG services. We waited patiently for the game's release, assuming it would topple the likes of EverQuest II and the overwhelmingly popular World of Warcraft. However, Turbine's offering gathered mixed reviews, so we waited to see how the game would pan out after a few months. Remember how Anarchy Online floundered in its beginning, driving off players with numerous bugs and intolerable latency? We wanted to make sure that didn't happen with DDO.

    Keep reading to see what they thought. What do you think about DDO? Do you think it lives up to the hype? Head over to DDO Ten Ton Hammer and let us know!

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    Mon, Jul 31, 2006
    LadySirse
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