New D & D Game To Hit XBLA And PSN Next Year In “Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale”

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Dungeons & Dragons fans around the globe have been given an early Christmas present from Atari who has announced Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale which marks the first digital download release for the franchise on Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network in Spring 2011.

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What of the plot? Well, Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale centers on the desperate struggle to defeat the evil Rezlus and his Zhentarim in their attempt to invade and conquer the Dalelands. Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale is a multi-player experience in which players are charged with the task of restoring order to Nentir Vale by unlocking the secrets of the Mines of Tethyamar, defeating the evil within the treacherous Tower of the Void, leading to the final confrontation with Rezlus himself.

Action-packed RPG gameplay also allows for solo and co-op play for up to four players. Gamers can utilise an intuitive pick-up-and-play combat combined with a wide assortment of weapons, feats and powers to defeat a wide range of deadly enemies. As you would come to expect from a game such as this, Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale boasts an array of stunning levels and exploration opportunities set in the richly detailed environments.

“The Dungeons & Dragons franchise remains a priority for Atari as we continue to build upon the ever-evolving narrative with Dungeons & Dragons Daggerdale,” says Jim Wilson, President and CEO of Atari, Inc. “As the first D&D cross-platform digital download title we look forward to expanding the franchise to a growing gaming audience.”

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