Netflix Games Review – Dungeon Boss: Respawned sends you on an adventure
Netflix owns a number of game studios and one of them is Boss Fight. The studio is now bringing its Dungeon Boss: Respawned to the Flix and that’s very nice. It is not a completely new game, but a game from 2015 that has been given a polished look.
Dungeon Boss: Respawned
The nice thing about games on Netflix is that you can play them for free if you’re a subscriber and secondly they don’t contain any microtransactions. And yes, you don’t have to do much to download the games: they are simply in the Netflix app and you can find them at the bottom of the games tab. You will then be taken to the Play Store and then you can download the game and play it until you get tired of it. If you’re never going to play it again, you can remove it from your phone.
You may also do the latter with this game, but I think you’ll last a while. Boss Fight has all kinds of things built in that make this game very easy to pick up. It is an RPG adventure in which you have to collect all heroes around you. So you can stop every time you have a hero, if you want to. However, there is a chance that you just want to continue on an adventure. You have to go through all the levels that are getting more and more difficult, but fortunately you can collect all kinds of equipment to arm your heroes against it.
There are also a lot of modes to choose from, so if you don’t like one, such as a daily quest, then you can choose to do a PvP or some kind of mode with a tower: there are all options. There is also a nice tune in the background, although you have to be able to handle chip tunes. If not, just turn it off: it won’t affect the game.
The original game had microtransactions, so it feels nice that you can now play freely without having to worry about that. What is the reason for me to recommend this game is mainly the art style and the versatility: it looks very cool and you can fight so many different enemies and collect heroes (goblins, ninja, knights, beasts), that you still want to keep going, even if the gameplay might not be quite your cup of tea. And if not, that’s fine too, because this genre is not everyone’s thing and that makes Netflix Games easy: just try the next one. We’ll be back with you next week with another review of yet another Netflix game. Until then!