The isometric dungeon-crawling RPG is one that’s wildly popular, though the Diablo and Torchlight series are probably the most popular right now. Competing against titles like that can be daunting, particularly with how rabidly loyal gamers are to their particular franchises, which is why when a new dungeon-crawler is released, it needs to have a hook to make it different than what we’ve seen time and time again. With The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, the hook is brilliantly simple: dungeon design. What may seem like an easy way to keep players captivated actually works as a counterpoint to what most of us have come to know as “basic gameplay”. In what can be described as a “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup moment,” Ubisoft has taken two genres, both of which have a solid following, and merged them into a symbiotic playstyle that compliments the other perfectly.