DDO Gets 3 Stars from About.com



Could DDO actually be too mired down in its pen-and-paper roots? About.com's internet games editor, Dave Spohn, thinks so. Perhaps that's why he gave DDO 3 out of 5 stars:


Oddly enough, DDO suffers from being a little too much like its PnP counterpart. Traditional D&D was always best among a group of close friends with a similar play schedule, and the same holds true for DDO. With the right group on the right quest it's an exceptional experience near the top if its class. The rest of the time, not so much.





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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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