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Experience incredibly atmospheric and intense medieval combat action! Go ahead and enter a new world, the award-winning world of ENCLAVE!
The people of Light and Darkness are divided by a bottomless rift that split the earth many millennia ago. The lands of light are an Enclave of truth and order surrounded by the twisted and barren lands of the dark, known as the Outlands. Over the centuries the rift has started to close…
And now it is only a matter of time before the forces of Light and Darkness will clash in an unprecedented, merciless struggle for survival! Remember... When a storm comes up, for some it’s better to keep out of its way… while for others it’s time to block its path!
Breathtaking combat action
Amazing 3D graphics with latest Shader technolgy support
2 separate story driven single player campaigns: Light and Dark Campaign
25+ highly detailed fantasy themed missions
Secret bonus games
12 different playable character classes
5 mighty end bosses
Epic musical score and impressive sound FX
Fairly challenging, fun, and interesting game.SirDuncan | June 27, 2015 | See all SirDuncan's reviews »
Story Story is mediocre. Same things we see in the fantasy setting. Cutscenes aged up. Voice acting is ... not great. Graphics & Sounds The graphics aged really well.Good sound effects.Music fits medieval era. Gameplay Medieval hack n slash with character customization.Many weapons and characters styles(knight,hunter,druid,wizard etc).Characters are unbalanced some character are completely useless while others just destroy eveything.The controls are little clunky. Secrets in each level as well as a solid amount of content.Coins you gather at each level give you a budget you can spend before each mission.Two campaings (good and evil) Conclusion Good game to play if you have nothing else to do.
Classic and awsome!Hi6Na3 | June 9, 2015 | See all Hi6Na3's reviews »
I love the classic style and overall game design. The story makes sense. I also love the game just because you have my favorite class, Druid, which not many modern games have. Added that you have the option to choose between 3rd person to 1st person makes every gaming experience different. The diversity of stats, fighting style and equipment of each characters makes them unique.
Interesting gameObsessor | May 11, 2015 | See all Obsessor's reviews »
Enclave has nice combat system. Features upgrades to your character. And you can chose to play the story from two sides - as a goodie, or a baddie. Being bad means the game will be harder. Each side of the conflict gives you chance to play different characters. Apart from the good things, well... You'll get lost a lot, or at least I did. For some reason I couldn't find my way through levels. The map is pretty bad. Graphics is outdated, sound... well, sounds. It's all right. Voice acting doesn't make my ears bleed, so won't say bad things about it. Controls are ok, if you bear in mind that the game dates back to 2003.
Could be much betterArmannn | May 5, 2015 | See all Armannn's reviews »
Well, the game might be $7.99 nowadays, but there's a pretty good reason why it is "so cheap". The developers were inspired by fantasy fiction archetypes. The idea itself seems pretty ok to me, but the realization could have been much much better. Honestly, some games that were released back then (when this game did see the light of the day) look much better than this (simple example: GTA3, maybe not graphically, but has much more fun that Enclave). On a very interesting note, the game features trading cards and if you're a collector, then this cheap game might be the thing you're looking for. Starbreeze Studios' subsidiary Overkill does a much better work nowadays. One of the rarely positive things are the weapons which are pretty fun to use and controls are set nicely. Other than that, a game from even 2002/03 should be better than this.
Underratedhoward195 | May 5, 2015 | See all howard195's reviews »
I went into this game with very low expectations. I think I got it in a bundle. I was very pleasantly surprised by what I found. It's loosely a RPG game, but more so like an action-adventure. There's not really any leveling of your character. Rather, your power comes from your weapons and armor, of which you can keep buying better versions. You do not spend money/gold in this game, but instead assign it. You can re-assign all your money for a different combination of armor, weapons, ammo, and potions between levels. In the level, you will not be able to. Overall, I've found it to be a satisfying waste of time. Granted, it's not a high-end, eye-catching game as far as graphics. It's pretty good for my low-end work laptop. The levels are a little linear but that wasn't really a deterrent to me.