Disciples II: Gold Edition
Disciples II Gold is a turn-based fantasy game comprised of the awarding winning Disciples II Dark Prophecy and its critically acclaimed expansions sets. Control over 200 unique characters across 5 massive campaigns. Whether you are a beginner or an expert Disciples II Gold offers hundreds of game play hours for all levels.
Dark Prophecy: A decade has past since the first Great War of the original Disciples game. The final prophecy continues to unfold.
*Gallean's Return: *Combining Servants Of The Dark and Guardians Of The Light. Disciples fans will be able to take part in the developing storylines. Spread Bethrezen's plague across the land and prevent a return of one of the Gods. Watch as the Empire try to regain a vacant throne during a time of Inquisitions. Try and re-unite the Mountain Clans scattered tribes.
Rise of the Elves: Concluding the storyline from Gallean's Return. Now for the first time as a playable race the Elves stake their claim to the realm.
Unlimited upgrade possible on all units and leaders.
Over 200 individually animated units and over 100 animated spells.
Each race has a unique Saga (campaign) that tells the story from its own perspective.
Multiplayer supports up to 4 players through hot-seat, LAN or Internet.
Campaign editor allows you to make your own custom campaigns.
Import/ Export leader function allows you to use developed leaders in multiplayer games or stand-alone quests.
Five races to choose from
Maps for all levels from beginner to high level
A good game.Assasino | Oct. 30, 2013 | See all Assasino's reviews »
I really like this game, when I was little I played this game with me uncle and me brother.I always was scared (and I'm still are) of the Red guys , so I was playing the guys that had Titan in it. When I'm really bored (which I'm often are) I love to play this game and it makes me smile again and again. I sometimes even ask my friends to play with me when they're around and they are saying is really funny and such a good game which is good to hear. :) When my uncle comes to England we often play this game.Once when I asked my grandma to play she was all confused but she sadly stopped playing about 15 minutes because she said it's to hard for her and i don't blame her. I got this game for free because it was given out last year I think and I'm glad that I got this game. Anyway if you got trouble about think to buy it or not then buy it because it's worth it. Sometimes the graphics are really funny for example an imp. The game is easy at the start but it gets harder and harder when your going through out the game and thats why I like it because even when you don't know how to play the enemies at the start will be easier. Also it's making you think about the move you will do "What will happen if I'll attack this guy instead of that one..."
Great Turn Based Strategynoobboy191 | Sept. 25, 2013 | See all noobboy191's reviews »
This game focuses on strategic thinking. Upgrade your castle to allow much more advanced units, these units in turn capture more resources for your kingdom. Soon you will be able to rule the entire map. The atmosphere in the game is great, different fantasy creatures fighting it out for supremacy. The graphics are what you expect from an old game such as this, but if you look past that, you got yourself a nice turn based strategy
One of the best games I have ever played.Arp1033 | Sept. 20, 2013 | See all Arp1033's reviews »
As a kid I played a lot of Heroes of Might and Magic, so when my friend told me about this game, I decided to try it out. I have never been disappointed. It has amazing graphics, especially for its time, a great story, interwoven campaigns, great scenarios, hot seat, everything you want from a TBS. Pick this up now!
A really good TBS34243 | July 20, 2013 | See all 34243's reviews »
The graphics are a bit dated, but nothing that takes anything away from the game.
The game itself is a turn based stratergy very much like heroes or king's bounty (thought not quite as good as them). It's written well and the lore is fairly good. From what i can tell you don't need to play the first one to get into it or to follow the story.
For $2 it's absolutely worth it.
If you like turn-based strategy, you'll enjoy thisDaiMonPaul | June 17, 2013 | See all DaiMonPaul's reviews »
This is a really good game bundled with its three expansions. The story is immersive, the turn-based gameplay functions well, and each playable race is unique. The campaigns are fun to play, but they are a bit long (you can easily get a hundred hours out of this game and its expansions, which is nice to have but might be a bit too much), and I found some of the battles to get repetitive after a while. As I had never played a game like this before, I found it a bit difficult to learn at first, but once I figured out what to do, it became easier -- still a challenge, but not overwhelmingly difficult. Despite these issues, I really did enjoy the game.
If you're looking for a turn-based strategy game in a fantasy world, then you'll probably love this. I'd recommend picking up this game over its sequel, Disciples 3, which is a newer, prettier game, but which isn't as good as this underrated gem.