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Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

Capcom has confirmed that it will be releasing its 1990’s Dungeons & Dragons titles, including Tower of Doom and Shadow Over Mystara, as part of the Chronicles of Mystara collection this summer.

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara will have drop-in / drop-out game play that will support up to four players on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, PC and Wii U.


Chronicles of Mystara arcade game
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The world of Mystara is an old-school game world well known to the gamers of old who adventured along The Savage Coast and might still have dusty copies of The Isle of Dread tucked away in the attic or basement.

The Chronicles of Mystara will feature a “House Rules” game element that will allow the players to set their own game rules by altering the game mechanics.

A visualizer will allow players to see which classes their friends play the most, allowing for the construction of well balanced parties.

Look for Dungeons & Dragons: The Chronicles of Mystara this June for $14.99

While it is wonderful to see these older fantasy games return to find a new generation of fans, it would be even more awesome to see an update of the world with the current 3D game engines capability for open-world game play in a traditional Dungeons & Dragons game world.

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