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
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Enclave was apparently somewhat popular in the time of it's release. I never heard of it until I got it fro free, and started playing it. The game is obviously old. I don't even know how old, but it doesn't have mouse in the main menu, and judging by the graphic's, it's unlikely this is a PS3 port. If you get past that, the game is quite alright. You get a nice story, that's actually refreshing, a basic, but fun battle mechanic, a long single player campaign, and a really stable software. I have a win 7 x64 operating system, and it ran without any problems. Didn't even slow down! The game itself is a basic fantasy action game, where you use swords and crossbows, to slaughter goblins and orcs and stuff. Nothing special today, but back in the day this game must've been awesome. Also, it has steam trading cards.
Enclave is just okay. I have nothing else to say about it, and know little of it's release other than it's been given away several times. The gameplay is alright. It's a bit clunky, but the ability to switch out your equipment is cool i guess, and it has a couple of different playstyles to accommodate people. The story is just generic fantasy trivel, though with one notable exception; in an alternate story you can play as an evil character! I find their story much more interesting, mostly because it's actually slightly less standard than the regular good guy's story. Overall, it's alright. It definitely shows it's age, and there are MUCH better Hack and Slash games available, but if you can ignore it's slightly clunky gameplay, it's alright.
Enclave is an enjoyable adventure, it has relatively beautiful visuals ( this game was released in 2003 ), decent sound effects ( but not so with the voice acting ), and simple yet enjoyable gameplay. The story , however, is where this game falls short, it started good but ended rather abruptly. There were some events that hinted a twist in the story (what you'd expect from modern games and movies), but unfortunately, there was no twist, and the story was straight forward and somewhat cheap. The game also had some bugs, but nothing too serious. However, when I look back at the game, I had fun and don't regret putting a couple of hours into this game.
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.
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.
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