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VideoD&D: Daggerdale - first 15 minutes

Role-player out today on XBLA.

VideoDungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale vid

An exclusive look at the game's weaponry.

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D&D: Daggerdale dev closes - report

Bedlam "effectively shuttered last month".

Bedlam Games, the developer behind recent action RPG Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale, is in the process of closing down, according to a Joystiq report.

D&D: Daggerdale leads XBLA chart

But no 2011 titles in XBL activity top 10.

Atari action RPG Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale was the most downloaded Xbox Live Arcade game last week, Microsoft has revealed.

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You might have noticed that we don't tend to bother looking at retro reissues when we compile each week's roundup. For one thing, most of you probably already know whether you want to buy them in advance; you've either played them or your mates have spent years going on about them. Besides, Retro Sunday is there to service those with nostalgia issues.

What's more, the retro reissue scene has been pretty underwhelming for some time, with the flow of interesting Virtual Console releases slowing to a tiny trickle. Whether that's as a result of Nintendo holding titles back or publishers choosing not to bother isn't clear.

But last Friday's release of Chrono Trigger was an especially welcome one - not simply because of its undisputed classic status, but because it's the first time Square's 1995 SNES RPG has had a full 'home' console release in Europe. For those of you who passed up on its DS port a couple of years back, now's the time to see what everyone's been ranting and raving about all this time.

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Daggerdale: The Future of D&D Games?

Zandro Chan talks loot, levels and Chinese dwarves. Sort of.

Why hasn't anyone made a co-op Dungeons & Dragons game for PC, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade before? Whatever Atari and developer Bedlam Games are finally doing the honours with Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale.