Mount and Blade Collection
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Massive medieval battles, open sandbox worlds, three expansive campaigns.
What story will you tell?
Mount & Blade: Calradia is soaked with the blood of sellswords. Survive, and turn a profit!
Mount & Blade: Warband: Command your own faction and engage in 64 player multiplayer!
Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword: Firearms have come to Europe! Learn to tame their unholy roar.
Free-form sandbox gameplay.
Be a merchant, a mercenary, a knight or a lord of the land.
Go anywhere, do anything in a world thriving with hundreds of locations.
Use one of the most intuitive medieval fighting systems ever devised.
Multiplayer battles with up to 64 players.
Multiplayer modes include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Conquest, Battle and Siege.
New Multiplayer mode: Captain. Up to 16 players can each command a squad of soldiers.
Enhanced siege mechanics: storm the castle, blow up the wall, bribe an officer or poison the well/food to get past the defenses!
It's a pretty great game.ExtinctThings | Dec. 28, 2012 | See all ExtinctThings's reviews »
Mount and Blade/Mount and Blade Warband Singleplayer: It's a sandbox world where you can be a random adventurer, to a lord, to a king. The combat is good and unique; there is real weight behind blows and archery is designed well. The learning curve is a bit steep but should be fine for most people who have played a third person fighting game before. If you like sandbox games the singleplayer of this game is pretty good.
Multiplayer: This is where the game really shines. With directional combat and blocking and archery where aiming is key, it's like a medieval deathmatch game in the vein of Counter Strike (albeit slower paced because you know... there's no automatic guns). There are also many hilarious moments and is well worth the time put into it.
Mount and Blade: With Fire and Sword: Singleplayer: Guns have been rebalanced and the game works pretty well now. However, it's still not as fun as Warband simply because of the way you recruit people and do quests. Other than that it's the original game except guns replace bows and crossbows to a large extent. Line combat also works well in this game.
Multiplayer: I don't even know anyone who plays this, now that Napoleonic Wars is out.
Mount and Blade: Napoleonic Wars: Multiplayer (there is no singleplayer mode): It's pretty amazing! Combat is once again hilarious, and now there's hilarity with guns! There's lots of good times to be had and if you're really into this sort of thing you can join a group that does line battles! There are lots of ways to play this game and I highly recommend it if you liked Warband even if you dislike guns because the charges are even more glorious.
The Multiplayer is awesome.DukePaul | Nov. 2, 2012 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
My favourite from this pack is Warband, If you want to experience massive battles you need to play this game, the multiplayer has mods that allow 200 players in one match, no other game offers that.
The sieges are incredibly fun, buy your weapons and stay near your companions because you will need help, the combat in this game needs a lot cooperation if you don't want to be killed.
You can choose close to close combat with swords, axes, lances, range combat with bows and crossbows and the most difficult class, a rider with a horse but if you dominate this class you will rule in the battles.
The game has a big playerbase so don't worry, you will find people in multiplayer easily, also even I only talked about the multiplayer, the single player is also awesome, it is like a simulator, build your army, do quests and be the king of all lands.
I will tear you limb from limb!Cooberstooge | Aug. 26, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
There's games...and then there's games. All the Mount & Blade titles would be included in that second category.
Do you feel like a future in human trafficking? How about chopping pirates into bite-sized pieces? Always wondered what shoving a pike through somebody would be like? Feel like proving your love to someone by killing some poor innocent sap? Wondered what kind of crunch a person makes when they get run over by a horse? If you answered yes to any of the above, Mount & Blade is for you.
There is literally nothing you can't do in these games, and if it's not already there, you can just mod it in. The community is massive and friendly, and there's always new updates and lands to explore. I cannot recommend these games enough. Quit reading this bloody review and go buy them already!
Mediebal team work!wiz88ard | July 17, 2012 | See all wiz88ard's reviews »
An amazing game for massive fights. If you like mediebal times for sure you will love any of the Mount and Blade franchise games, specialy Warband with the exelent masibe multiplayer addition, with a huge amount of players support, all working together for a goal. Arrows flying, swords swinging, horses galloping and blood splashing all over the place...
"Have fun stormin the castle"Solarwinds | July 15, 2012 | See all Solarwinds's reviews »
Mount and Blade is a fantastic game, and anyone that hasn't played it is truly missing out on one of the best games ever created. The game has: epic battles, castle warfare, tournaments, towns & cites to conquer and defend, a fluctuating economy, loot, and heroes that you can shape and mold to fit your play style.
This game has tons of replayability and can take hundreds of hours just to beat the stock game, but mods can add thousands of hours of additional gameplay. This game is well worth whatever price you pay for it.