- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 21st Aug 2014, $3.99
- 25th Sep 2014, £2.99
Review Demon King Box (3DS eShop)
Put a lid on it
Prolific publisher CIRCLE Entertainment’s latest eShop effort takes players down into the world of demons, where the once mighty Demon Lord now sits boxed up and bodiless. Unable to reconquer his kingdom alone, he enlists the help of several of the underworld’s finest fighting spirits; that’s where you come in. While it’s...
About The Game
Demon King Box mixes real-time strategy with classic RPG gameplay.
Gather demons and heroes to join aid your quest. Multiple types of minions can be gathered not only by conquering, but also by researching minions. The demon heroes can enhance the demon legion with their unique skills. Demons level up and get stronger not only by victory, but also by feeding them with their favorite food.
- Intense battles that can only be won through strength and skill.
- Expansive demon world with diverse locales to be explored
- Various demon heroes reveal their personality through captivating voice-over work.
- A gripping storyline.
- Gallery and achievements offer additional content for the dedicated gamer.
Oh, good thing we got new screenshots, cause I couldnlt find it anymore! And it looks awesome! But, knowing CIRCLE, that doesn't mean much - the gameplay is still very much in the dark. Though it looks like a tower-defense/RTS hybrid...
I don't really like games like these. I get the feeling that the reason why some people are playing it because of the way the chicks look like >_> thee outfits! Ugh!
Looking for reviews. I like the art style, but Circle has presented a pretty package full of disappointment many times, and I tend to not like their stuff. It certainly looks like they're trying to sell it with boobs. I streetpassed with someone who had been playing it, and frankly the game icon is kind of embarrassing.
Watching the video, this seems like those line defense games that are super popular as app games lately. I find it hard to trust it to be good, since Circle likes to reskin trendy game styles in a too simple manner that often has horrible difficulty curves.
Well, other sites seem to be giving it really good reviews. I guess I will bite. The art style and gameplay seem up my alley.
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