Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 5 slashes its way into the Play Store



I have a confession to make. I’ve never heard of the game “Dungeon Hunter,” but apparently it’s pretty popular, because Gameloft has just released the 5th installment.

Dungeon Hunter 5 is a brutal hack-n-slash RPG reminiscent of Diablo. After stopping the demon invasion in the Kingdom of Valenthia, the world remains shattered at its very core. Only the warriors of the Bounty Hunter guilds keep the peace now. There are over 100 weapons and armor sets to choose from, which you will need in order to fend off the dozens of monsters.

You can play Dungeon Hunter 5 in single-player as well as online co-op and multiplayer. In typical RPG fashion you can find items to add to your arsenal as you play the game. You can ever craft new items by using the items you find. Since this is a Gameloft game you can expect plenty of opportunities to spend real money to speed up the game. You could spend a lot of money to win, or be a true warrior and beat the game with no help. That’s up to you.

Dungeon Hunter 5 | Google Play Store

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. “Since this is a Gameloft game you can expect plenty of opportunities to spend real money to speed up the game.”

    Garbage games. When will we see more game makers being brave and launching big FULL games with ONE price on Android? Real Racing 2 is a great example of a FULL game where you earned things based on how much you played not how much you paid.

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    Garbage. Mobile gaming on Android can be so, so, so much better than it is now.

    1. I think we need the big mmorpg houses to get serious and bring one of their titles to at least the tablet world.

      1. Right? At least the tablets, that would be great. I would happily pay $20-$40 for a great FULL tablet game.

    2. Why does this upset people so much? There are PLENTY of Free2Play PC games with this same methodology. There are also games, like League of Legends, where it’s all skill and you don’t pay to advance.

      Don’t got the money to pay to advance, or not a spender, then play the other Free2Play games. The option is out there.

      I for one, will download Dungeon Hunter. I may not spend more than $50 since I usually stop playing after a couple of months. ._.

      1. You cannot be this naive about this. Of course there are other truly free options for gaming. Nobody is suggesting otherwise. What me and many others are rightly being critical of is the lack of quality games in the Android market that provide full gaming experiences for one price as you would find on platforms such as PlayStation and Xbox.

        There is so much potential out there for great large games that people can play on phones and tablets but we’ve become inundated with “freemium” titles that are design to extract as much money from players as possible. It’s blatant greed on the part of these developers.

        I’m not expecting Android games to match the level of quality you find on dedicated gaming consoles like PlayStation or Xbox but I do believe it’s possible to have relatively large games that you can purchase for one price and one price only.

        Yes there’s plenty of free2play PC games but I’m not talking about PC games I’m talking about Android games. Android games my friend. Android games.

        1. Seriously!? You honestly don’t believe these games are “large” or massive enough to be at a pinnacle!? Just look at Dungeon Hunter 5. These games are pushing Android hard. They’re massive with a lot of content added to them.

          What more do you want in games on Android? For it to be one cost? I don’t think apps on Android are underpowered compared to what Android can do.

          I’m trying to make sure I understand what you’re saying, too. It sounds like you’re saying Android has, for lack of another word, crap games and they can be better. And that these games aren’t worth paying for.

          And your original argument was about the games being Free2Play, not the quality of them.

          And there are some high intense games you can buy. Though the only ones I’ve seen are ports of other games. I think Sony had one come out. Can’t remember the name. ._.
          It was like $20.

          And that South Park reference. LoL!!

          1. No, I’m not saying I don’t believe these games aren’t large enough or powerful enough. I’m not criticizing the graphical prowess of these games, I’m criticizing the pricing models. The pricing models.

            The micro payment system, this “freemium” ugliness that’s rampant throughout the Playstore.

            Give us games like Dungeon Hunter 5 with ONE price. A full game with ONE price. I cited Real Racing 2 and 3 as a great example of how a great game can devolve into a money-sucking monster. They ruined a great game with their pricing models.

  2. Already so many terrible reviews on the play store, so…

    1. That’s usually the case with huge graphic intense games like this. I usually wait a while until they get the kinks worked out.

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