Capcom Digs Deep In Their Bag of Holding, Pulls Out Two Critical Hits


"Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom" and its sequel "Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara" emerge from the mist today for your WiiU, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Both of the classic arcade titles have been updated with smoother graphics and brand new features. As with many of the other arcade revamps from Iron Galaxy, a vault has been added providing extra challenges awarding skillful players with bonuses such as artwork. You can also customize your experience with a virtual dip switch to alter the behavior of the games, making them harder -- or my case much, much eaiser. These old arcade games were brutal!

Furthermore, players will have a Character Visualizer that tallies various data points to compare against friends. So that's pretty neat.

Watch: Dungeons and Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Launch Trailer

From the release:

Capcom worked closely with Wizards of the Coast to bring these beloved games back for all the D&D® fans on today’s consoles. Developed by Iron Galaxy, Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara brings together two arcade classics – Dungeons & Dragons®: Tower of Doom™ and its sequel Dungeons & Dragons®: Shadow over Mystara™ – fully updated with HD graphics and a wealth of additional features. The highly requested games had previously only been available in arcades in the west and can now be enjoyed by a wider gaming audience.

"Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara" will be priced at $14.99 for PS3 and Wii U and 1200 for Xbox 360.

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