Warlock 2: The Exiled
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Warlock 2: The Exciled expands on the enchanting world of Ardania. The world has been shattered, and you have been exiled to one of its many shards. The time has come to return to Ardania and seek vengeance on those who cast you out. Battle through the fractured realms inhabited by other exiles, hostile Mages and terrifying creatures. Once back in Ardania you will face your greatest threat: The Four Vicars of the United One. Conquer all who oppose you, reclaim your home and take your revenge.
Warlock 2 is a turn-based strategy game of fantasy warfare. Rival against Great Mages, lead mighty armies into fierce battles, wield ancient magic, use cunning diplomacy and faith as your weapons. Experience the challenge in single or multiplayer.
Wield the Ancient Magic: A plethora of spells (170+) with advanced research options, allowing you to conjure powerful enchantments, vicious hexes, and release mighty elemental forces.
New Modes: Play the new Exile mode or Master of the Arcane mode.
Command your Armies: Hundreds of units to deploy into battle, each with distinct tactical uses which creates deep, hardcore tactical warfare on the strategic map: werewolfs, werewolfs with hats, turtles, mech walkers and much, much more!
Play as you like: Warlock is the only game in the genre that delivers a multiplayer experience identical to single player where each choice counts and there is no auto-resolve. Co-op PvE, Co-op PvP or just PvP!
Build an Empire on the foundation of your Cities: Specialize to maximize your potential for wealth, magical powers, supplies for your armies and military strength.
Game Modes. Experience the all new Exile game mode where you fight your way back through the shard worlds of a broken Ardania to reclaim your throne. Also availab
Almost the same as Civilization, but in a fantasy worldCsapoati | July 16, 2014 | See all Csapoati's reviews »
While at first it looks like a Civilization-clone, it's much more than that. The setting is a fantasy world, which is refreshing after five real-world Civ games. There is almost zero diplomacy, but the combat is detailed and fun. I really liked the graphics, while not the sharpest, they are quite good for a fantasy-themed game like this. It's not perfect of course, it feels a bit shallow compared to Civ, but it's still fun nonetheless.
Somehwat of a worthy Warlock gamedrakso | May 15, 2014 | See all drakso's reviews »
For those who don't know Warlock is a hex based strategy game in a fantasy setting. The game looks very much like civilization and it plays in some ways similarly too. The first game was an awesome hex based strategy and I really liked it. This one is really more like a DLC to the first game as oppose to a full 30$ release. It has some optimization issues and to this date, and the graphics is barely improved. The limited towns option and the weird city building progression doesn't make things any better. needless to say the limited city option can be turned off but it is not recommended by the developers apparently. The most annoying thing for me is the new and "improved" UI, witch trying to be more complicated and sophisticated turned out to be more hard for players to differentiate what building does what and what it actually is. Overall if you really like the Warlock experience I recommend the first game Warlock : Master Of The Arcane.
Awesome gamerjb789 | April 14, 2014 | See all rjb789's reviews »
This game is absolutely awesome! Every mechanic in the game and every concept in the game play is expertly executed to create an amazingly satisfying experience. The graphics in the game are also top notch and they are accompanied by very good sound effects and voice acting which all come together to make the game world feel realistic and involving for the player. The control system is intuitive and each mission that you embark on feels like a necessary task instead of monotonous fetch missions in order to improve your rank. This is a very good game!