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We Are the Dwarves (2016) Game Information

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We Are the Dwarves (2016)
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Overall Rank:

5558

Avg. Rating:

0.83/5

# of Ratings:

3

US Release Date:

02/26/2016

Platform:

PC (Steam)
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Multiplayer:

No

Developer:

Whale Rock Games

Publisher:

Whale Rock Games

Genres:

Action (Action/Adventure)

Synopsis:

Also Available On:

PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade

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  Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
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06/26/2018 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

We Are Broken

When you are desperate for a local 3-player game, well, desperate times call for desperate measures. Now, on the surface, We Are the Dwarves looks like a safe, if short, bet. I mean, it looked decent - bare-bones, maybe, but playable. And, hey, if shady Russians can churn out halfway decent games, the Ukranians could certainly hash out a competent game. Some of them might, sadly, this group can not.

We Are the Dwarves starts off okay, sure the enemies are basic, the game has tiny test and your powers are never explained, but I figured it was simple enough that none of that mattered. Three players, three dwarves, of course I was the bruiser, Smashfist, whose powers included swinging his weapons for decent damage, yelling to knock back enemies (and off the side of cliffs) and a dash atta...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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06/25/2018 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

No, We Aren’t

I’m always on the lookout for new RPG-like experiences, and new spins on the traditional Fantasy setting. When I first came across “We Are the Dwarves” (“WAD”) – by Ukrainian Indie developer, Whale Rock Games – it looked like an interesting new take on the squad-based TRPG, but with the novel twist of taking a traditionally Fantasy race – dwarves – and putting them in a sci-fi space opera environment. The fact that the game promised a 3-player local cooperative campaign – a rarity these days, especially on PC – was just a bonus.

Unfortunately, in actually trying it out, “WAD” revealed itself to be a wholly unpolished, barely-playable mess. The MJ Crew weren’t able to finish the first boss stage, let alone the entire game, simply because it’s almost completely broken at every level. Thi...

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