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Posted: Nov 7th 2007 9:51AM Ghen said

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YAY! I asked for a type of column like this and I'm glad to see it already implemented =D

Posted: Nov 7th 2007 10:27AM (Unverified) said

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I presently play DR and it's definitely a fun entertaining game. It you want a mindless, good humor game, check our DR...I mean hell...it's free!

Posted: Nov 7th 2007 11:53AM (Unverified) said

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I've poked at DR, and fully intend to go further into it. Lets be totally upfront about what this thing is: its a casual, 3D, roguelike. And seriously: hooray for that!

Posted: Nov 7th 2007 2:00PM (Unverified) said

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I can't play DR for more than 10 minutes without busting out laughing at something in the game. Usually it's the item names ("Honey, get over here and look at this shield's name!") but occasionally the NPCs crack me up too.

You really can't complain about the price, it's $5 a month to get the subscriber features, and that's negligible compared to the humor and entertainment value it's giving. I'm not playing at the moment purely because I have too much else going on. But it sits on my desktop for when I need a few minutes of inane gaming amusement. :)

Posted: Nov 18th 2007 6:45PM (Unverified) said

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One important thing missing is that Dungeon Runners is the MMO for the busy professional. I can play for 10 to 15 minutes per day and still make progress. No need to log on at specific times to meet a specific team. Just go when you can, leave when you need to, and it's still fun!

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