Heroes of Ruin [ 3DS ROMS ]

Heroes of Ruin

Heroes of Ruin

Heroes of Ruin

A brand new adventure featuring four unlikely heroes brought together to form a fearsome alliance. Heroes of Ruin uses StreetPass to create an inventive in-game Traders Network where players can buy and sell rare and powerful items picked up in battle. With an ever-changing inventory updated from each player passed in public, character strengths and abilities can be greatly enhanced through accessing items from other players’ games. Outside of the game, Heroes of Ruin makes use of SpotPass to reward players with rare one-off items or unique challenges through local wi-fi hotspots. The official Heroes of Ruin community website will reward players further with daily challenges and quests available to complete in-game. With social media functionality, the site will also give players a platform to meet other gamers, swap ideas and items and team-up in-game. Heroes of Ruin challenges players to carve their own adventure, joining forces with other heroes through seamless drop-in/drop-out co-op multiplayer or venturing forth alone. Players will enter an ever-changing world where danger waits around every corner. Hero can explore and fight through wild, varied and dynamic environments, discovering new layouts and routes each time they play. Packed with strange and deadly creatures, these dangerous lands will stretch players’ combat and tactical skills as they enhance their character, collecting loot, weapons and armour to empower them on their quest.

Heroes of Ruin

3DS success that’s almost certainly destined to become a failure. In some ways that echoes the inconsistencies that lie at the heart of the game: it’s graphically weak, yet technically excellent, while its generic mechanics slot into a boldly designed, connected framework. The latter point is both its biggest triumph and its Achilles heel: this is an online-focused game for an audience that I’m not sure is big enough to sustain it. Certainly the lack of enthusiasm that greeted its arrival would suggest as much, though the collective efforts of Square Enix and Nintendo to generate interest have been feeble. An eShop demo and a brief appearance during Nintendo Direct broadcasts does not equate to an effective promotional campaign. This is a game that deserves a bigger push than it has received so far.


Release Date : July 17, 2012
Publisher : Square Enix
Developer : Square Enix Europe
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 495MB


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