D&D goes Digital

By | November 15, 2005

Turbine Games is set to release Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach early next year. There are currently Beta testing opportunities for fileplanet subscribers.

Three Warriors

They do appear to have tried to stay true to the offline D&D:

We are working closely with Wizards of the Coast, the author and publisher of the most recent edition of Dungeons & Dragons, to ensure that DDO is a faithful online representation of D&D

However, I just don’t see it being the same. If you get a chance take a look at the screen shots and read up on the info on the site. It’s looking like a pretty game, and could be a lot of fun…

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2 thoughts on “D&D goes Digital

  1. Jake

    Yes, yes, as a dnd geek I too am very excited about this games potential. Naturally I am signed up for the beta heh.

    Ahh the days at college when we would play dnd in someones dorm room till all hours of the night. Man a couple of my characters were amusing.

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