Přidáno: 20. dubna
The campaign is excellent and you're pretty much free to do what you want. The campaign has a greater emphasis on capturing rooms instead of crafting your own compared to DK2, but you can sell and rebuild them however you want. You can even replace dug out tiles of earth, so if you're not happy with a room you capture, you can fill it in or change it easy.
The game has a variety of interesting room including pretty much all of the rooms from DK2 and a few new rooms such as the Alchemy Lab and Monster Lair.
Alchemy Lairs let you craft potions that work like a category of spells that use alchemy charges instead of mana, and Monster Lairs let you summon monsters which only need a piglet pen to be happy so they're great for starting a match but have some drawbacks at later levels.
You can capture and convert enemy minions just like in DK2 and the game has a variety of creatures, spells, rituals, and potions that work like spells.
There are a lot of ways to get gold in this game too, besides mining normal gold minions can be transformed into minable gold sacrificing the minion, and there is a ritual that can convert mana into gold, and there are alchemy potions that turn normal walls into gold filled walls. All the new ways to get gold however make make the game seem superficially easier than DK2, but in practice it means that you're less likely to hit a point at which it's impossible to progress without restarting the level.
The one thing I miss from DK2 is gambling, it's a bit trivial but it added life to the dungeon. In WftO minions spend gold buying roasts and beer but they don't gamble. I also miss My Pet Dungeon, the game has a persistent dungeon in your home realm but it's just not the same.
I suspect a My Pet Dungeon equivilent feature will eventually be added, it's officially announced that a lot of things will be added in free patches and there will be DLC also. I recommend this game enough, if you're a fan of Dungeon Keeper or if you've never played a game like it before, either way, pick this up, it's a great spiritual successor to a great classic.