Dungeon Encounters (English)

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version: Asia
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00

Product Languages

Language  English, Japanese
Dungeon Encounters (English)_
Dungeon Encounters (English)_
Dungeon Encounters (English)_
Dungeon Encounters (English)_
Dungeon Encounters (English)_
Dungeon Encounters (English)_

Product Features

  • By uncovering and visiting spaces with white numbers, you may obtain items, unlock and change abilities, restore your party to health, find hidden merchants, and much more
  • Battle encounters, marked with black numbers, are hidden throughout the map. However, they can be revealed with a special ability, allowing you to choose when and where to engage your enemies
  • Previously discovered events will be recorded in the Event Log, a valuable resource that allows you to reference past experiences to tackle future challenges
  • Test your strategies in thrilling battles, featuring the Active Time Battle (ATB) system made famous by the FINAL FANTASY series
  • Under the direction of Ito Hiroyuki, creator of the ATB system, battles play out in real-time, utilizing a polished and refined iteration of this classic design, which promises exciting, challenging combat
  • The blank map awaits you, and by exploring and investigating every tile on each level, you will be awarded ability points. Navigate obstacles, including secret passages and hidden traps, and conquer the dungeon!

Item Description

An otherworldly labyrinth has suddenly appeared on the outskirts of a quiet town. Make clever use of your abilities to chart the depths, overcome obstacles and defeat your foes in thrilling battles!

From some of the key development team behind the legendary FINAL FANTASY franchise, DUNGEON ENCOUNTERS is a dungeon exploration RPG where you must strategize to survive. The streamlined interface gives you the freedom to prepare and manage your party as you strive to reach the final floor.

With a minimalist design philosophy, the deliberately streamlined visuals and presentation allows you to focus wholly on the challenging and fun gameplay mechanics.
A formidable 99 floor dungeon beneath the earth awaits you!

During your expeditions, you'll discover rare and powerful items, meet lost adventurers who might just become new allies, and come face-to-face with deadly monsters.

You will need to use trial and error to reach the deepest levels of the dungeon, making use of your best strategies and tactics.

Do you have what it takes to overcome the numerous trials that await you and discover the dungeon's secrets?

Customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 7

If you are familiar with Dungeon Encounters (English), why not let others know?

Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the Playasia.com team.

Fantastic fun
At the time of writing all the other reviews for this game seem to be for Chrono Cross. The game I am reviewing is Dungeon Encounters as that is what the listing is for.

This is a very basic looking Dungeon Crawler with all the boring bits like generic story removed.

There is a very good steam review for this game which suggests reading the negative reviews for this. If the complaints mentioned in the negative reviews sound good to you then you will like this game.
Do you think this review was helpful? 
Love this game
The game is a bit hard to describe. I say that because it’s very simplistic and minimalistic, so I can imagine hearing that might put some people off, but the devs made that choice on purpose. Again, the design is very minimal and simple, but the game itself is pretty deep and definitely satisfying.
Do you think this review was helpful? 
Dungeon crawling RPG, literally
There is nothing more in this game than to get to the bottom of a 100 floor dungeon. Although the characters have little 1 paragraph back stories they don't interact or have any dialog whatsoever. This game is all combat that starts out simple but as you get deeper you can start to understand there is more of a meta than initially thought. It has a health and armor system reminiscent of Divinity Original Sin 2. With all that said, the game itself is very addicting having that "1 more floor and I'm done feel". If you like turn based combat, you will not regret buying this. And I doubt it will get a reprint so you should get your copy today before it's gone.
Do you think this review was helpful? 
Way more fun than I anticipated!
I'm so glad I took a chance on preordering this! I have only made it as far as level 17, but I have several hours in. This game is distilled down to its most basic elements. You pick up an ability very early on that allows you to see where encounters are, so you can go in blind if you want, or you can turn on that ability and avoid encounters if you want.

I thought the first 10 or so levels of the dungeon seemed really easy, and I think that's just because I got lucky with what and how often status affects got applied to my party. Once I made it deeper in and needed to backtrack, I had petrified people all over and poison eating away my HP, etc., etc. All that is to say, if it starts out seeming kinda easy, just wait. The difficulty will ramp up.

I'm enjoying this game way more than I thought I would. When I first loaded it, and saw how simple the actual gameplay looked (in terms of graphics, controls, etc.), I sort of wondered if I might have made a mistake, but it's really addicting. If you like mystery dungeon type games, dungeon crawlers, RPGs, and you don't require complex gameplay or graphics, you might really enjoy this game! Even without complex mechanics, it requires strategy and a tad bit of luck. Do you push on for 2 more floors to try to find the teleporter back to the stores? Or are you in such a bind you need to backtrack 8 floors to the previous one so you can salvage your party?

Highly recommended!
Do you think this review was helpful? 
A must have for RPG fans
I enjoyed this game way more than I thought I would.
Do you think this review was helpful? 
1 »

Log in or create account to post your own reviews.