If Shiren the Wanderer's turn-based system was too slow-paced to satisfy your dungeon crawling needs, you might want to look into Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts, Hudson's Diablo-esque hack-and-slash follow-up to the original TurboGrafx-16 game. Amazon has Dungeon Explorer discounted to $19.49, a generous price considering the game includes online support for up to four players and even a bit of voice chat.
And if you're neither a fan of dungeon crawling or dungeon exploring -- perhaps you just want to steer clear of dungeons altogether -- Amazon also has LifeSigns: Surgical Unit marked down to $19.49. While the LifeSigns series isn't as popular as that other surgery sim, Trauma Center, apparently a few of our readers are big fans of the game!
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Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
5-05-2008 @ 11:35PM
Ugh... I can't stand Lifesigns...
5-06-2008 @ 12:07AM
Mad Martin Kinderhook said...
Whereas I thoroughly enjoyed it. For those who haven't played it yet, as I've said when previous Lifesigns sales have come up, $20 is just right for trying the game out considering the natural feeling of risk involved in purchasing a game that inspires such conflicting opinions.
5-07-2008 @ 12:21AM
I like LifeSigns, it's a good point-and-click Adventure. It's got more story then Trauma Center games and less action. I wonder if the first game in the series will ever be released, Surgical Unit was actually the second game for DS .-.