Demon Stone

Genre: Fighting; RPG
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Stormfront Studios
Release Date: 9/10/2004
Language: English
Rating: Teen

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‘Demon Stone’s’ intense; cinematic action is set entirely within the visually stunning Forgotten Realms fantasy world. Familiar characters; such as the famous drow Drizzt Do’UrdenTM and the legendary mage Khelban ‘Blackstaff’ Arunsun; and terrifying monsters; including Dragons; Orcs; Slaadi; Yuan-Ti and Trolls; as well as geographical locations straight from the popular D&D campaign setting will make appearances and serve as backdrops throughout the game. The story of ‘Demon Stone’ revolves around the adventuring party’s unwitting intrusion into an age-old conflict between two warring demonic armies – one led by a Githyanki Princess and the other; a Slaad Lord. After inadvertently releasing both demons back upon the world after eons of imprisonment it becomes the adventurers’ quest to right their wrong and restore order to the world of Faerun.

  • Thrilling pick-up-and-play combat: hand-to-hand battles and melee brawls (the fighter) ranged and projectile power (the sorcerer) sexy stealth attacks (the rogue)
  • Sprawling story by N.Y. Times – bestselling author R.A. Salvatore
  • Voice performances by Patrick Stewart and Michael Clarke Duncan
  • Unique camera angles and video delivering an exceptional fantasy movie experience
  • Beautiful ominous Forgotten Realms environments from the Gemspark Mines to the Jungles of Chult to the Underdark and beyond
  • Devastating Dungeons & DragonsĀ® creatures including Bugbears Slaadi and Yuan-tis
  • Expansive range of combo moves skill upgrades weapons armor and more

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