Joan of Arc
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Play as Joan of Arc
Live out the most exciting years in the life of Joan of Arc, the ultimate female warrior, in the ultimate epic battles! As you progress through her campaigns, other great military medieval leaders will join your cause and bring their own unique fighting abilities and characteristics into the fray.
Fight Epic Battles
Orchestrate your troops through eight massive maps featuring formidable strongholds, lavishly detailed cities and myriad landscapes, from rolling hills to thick forests and flowing rivers. Experience firsthand the sheer intensity and savage brutality of medieval castle sieges brought to life in amazing lifelike 3D.
Engage in Intense Action Fighting
Slash and slay enemies from a thrilling third-person perspective view. Wield the sword to your advantage by executing unique combo attacks with perfect timing to devastate the enemy.
Acquire New Weapons
Train yourself to master new fighting techniques to unleash your full fighting capabilities, then acquire an increasingly devastating arsenal of weaponry to overwhelm your foes.
Master Long-Lost Skills
Demonstrate your chivalrous aptitude by mastering your timing and precision among dozens of unique attack combos. Train yourself to become the complete warrior.
Strategically Command Entire Armies
Valiantly marshal your troops through the thick of gut-wrenching battles and demonstrate your leadership abilities as generalissimo to your troops, country, and king.
Employ Fearsome War Machines
Use to your advantage the devastating war machines at hand, such as catapult, trebuchet and battering ram to tear down castle walls, vanquish enemy fortifications, and instill fear in the eyes of your enemies.
State-of-the-art 3D Engine
Simultaneously control and command legions of military units onscreen. Feel the full might of medieval warfare with stunning 3D visuals that push the vanguard of today's hardware to its limits.
Old but Goldsimodeso | Aug. 6, 2013 | See all simodeso's reviews »
This game is very very old but it's very very funny! I played when I was a child, and it gave to me tons of hours of fun! It's like an RPG where you can select the character (not only Joan of Arc is avaible), you will buy armor and new weapons and there are ever sub-quests! The story is pretty nice too it cost a few of euros, it deserve a try!
You need to give this a gosoundcreepy | July 2, 2013 | See all soundcreepy's reviews »
Think Dynasty Warriors with an actual story set in medieval times, with an inventory system, and RTS elements.
Is it perfect? No, at times you have too many enemies on you at once, making the higher difficulties all the more frustrating.
Is it old? Yes, but holds it self up enough to make it enjoyable.
If your a fan of DW or the M&B series, give this game a shot, I don't think you will regret it.
Old gem that should be polishedriotguards | June 4, 2013 | See all riotguards's reviews »
A hard game but can be really good once you get to the delicious core, if lacklustre graphics and some bad voice acting puts you off this game won't be for you
however for those who can look past that this game can will fill that gap in your gem collection
Tough but thoroughly enjoyableCooberstooge | Sept. 6, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
This is yet another hybrid type of game, and Joan of Arc shines with all the nice touches the developers put into it. You can fight alone, or command all your troops in battle. There's tons of equipment to use here too, from your standard swords to massive catapults and trebuchets.
The game still looks great, even today. Soldiers are very detailed, as are the environments you'll be traveling through and fighting in. Big battles are impressive, with slaughter on a massive scale, and all this done to a backdrop of siege weapons launching chunks of stone and other things at the enemy.
The soundtrack is great, and perfectly fits with the mood of the game. The sounds characters make, and the sounds of battle, are superb. Swords clashing, men screaming, and stuff exploding and being crushed to bits help innumerably in making the battles exciting.
Definitely one to give a go, especially if you're a fan of medieval settings and history itself in general.
Could be called a spiritual successor to Mount and BladeredAppleCore | Aug. 4, 2012 | See all redAppleCore's reviews »
I love this game, though it certainly isn't for everyone. It has a lot of similarities to Mount and Blade, where you play one character in an army you're leading against large armies. It's definitely starting to age but it's a lot of fun.