NDS Fighting Fantasy - Trailer and screenshots

Aspyr Media has released new screenshots and a trailer of Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain (that's a mouthful) for Nintendo DS.

Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is an elaborate role-playing game based on a legendary book series by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson, the founders of Games Workshop. The game puts the player on a path of vengeance where they will brave the treacherous Firetop Mountain Keep - the scene of the first adventure in the book series - on the way to a final confrontation with the evil warlock Zagor.

Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain follows a lone adventurer on his travels through the old Dwarven keep within Firetop Mountain. Now the residence of an evil warlock and hordes of foul creatures, the keep is a mysterious and dangerous place from which no one has returned in many years. As players guide the adventurer through the many passageways and dungeons, they develop the character's abilities and attributes to suit their play style. Enemies will fall before the player's brute strength with sword and axe, power of the arcane arts, nimble quickness or custom combinations of skills. A wealth of weaponry, armor, potions and enchantments are equipped through an intuitive drag-and-drop inventory system while helpful (or not-so-helpful) NPCs provide guidance, quests, trade goods and skill training.


  • Stunning 3D world, meticulous graphical details and smooth framerate make this one of the best-looking games ever on the DS.
  • More than 10 hours of RPG gameplay. Explore vast dungeons, fight hordes of powerful monsters, discover glittering treasure and achieve fame and fortune through conquest.
  • Choose from hundreds of weapons and armor pieces, including rare enchanted items, as you crush skulls and eviscerate enemies.
Posted on 16-09-2009 by Dennis


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