Thanks to a collaboration between Kuju and Wizards of the Coast, D&D Tactics will utilize the equivalent of 13 rule books crammed onto one UMD. According to the dev team, the title will have a more faithful adherence to the 3.5 version of D&D than any game on any game system up to this point. Apparently, a great deal of the authenticity comes from the fact that Wizards of the Coast has kept an exceptionally heavy hand and vigilant eye over the process of creating the game's dynamics, ensuring that D&D Tactics stays as close to the 3.5 rulebook as it can. In addition, this title will be the first ever D&D video game to feature a Psionics character class. Other character classes mentioned include sorcerers, dwarves, and mages. While I didn't know certain facts, such as that in 3.5, dwarves have night vision, I knew that seeing a visual representation of that made a lot of sense onscreen.
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