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King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame






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King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame





Welcome to the lost age of chivalry, where magic and myth is alive, and you are destined to be one of the living legends: Arthur, the son of Uther Pendragon, the Once and Future King of the prophecies.

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Welcome to the lost age of chivalry, where magic and myth is alive, and you are destined to be one of the living legends: Arthur, the son of Uther Pendragon, the Once and Future King of the prophecies.

Fulfill your destiny and claim your rightful place on the throne of Britannia. Recruit fabled knights to your Round Table: send them to adventures or battles, let them gather knowledge and artifacts, see how they become the most powerful heroes of the realm. Build the majestic Camelot, but beware: there will be enemies, both mortal and otherworldly that will try to destroy you. Send your heroes and their followers to battle with legendary warriors and monsters and see how the folk of the faeries and the saints set against wizards and evil knights.

Key Features:

  • Real-time fantasy battles: spectacular fight scenarios on grandiose battlefields, featuring thousands of soldiers and powerful heroes such as Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad or Merlin. Battles rely on the strengths and weaknesses of the different arms with several tactical possibilities, the abilities of the units and the heroes, monsters and most of all, spells.

  • Turn-based Campaign Map: Britannia is represented as a fully three dimensional topographic map where heroes move freely, conquer provinces or find adventures. In the turn-based campaign the changing seasons have effect on the gameplay and the graphics of the Campaign Map.

  • Create your own legend! The saga of King Arthur is an epic tale about the conquest of Britannia through a story-based campaign. The Campaign is divided into chapters, like a chronicle, each with a unique tone and theme. The chapters all have objectives, long- and short-term goals that also fit together to draw a grandiose picture of an unfolding storyline. There are many possible events and outcomes that all influence the legend itself and determine the ending of the storyline.

  • Morality Chart: Every decision in the game will influence the position of King Arthur on the Morality Chart. King Arthur might become a Christian ruler or the Follower of the Old Faith; a rightful or a ruthless monarch. These choices unlock special contents, allies, heroes, units and developments.

  • RPG elements: Heroes lead the armies and learn skills, spells and abilities from an ability tree for experience points. Heroes can also use magic items or become liege lords, entrusted with the leadership of a province, which is the best way to have them indebted. Arranging their marriages with the nice damsels of Arthur’s court also raises their loyalty. Adventures: adventuring is the essence of King Arthur’s world. Quests pop up on the Campaign Map regularly. In technical terms it is a short story where the chosen knight has to make important decisions. Some adventures end in battles on special battlemaps.

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Neocore Games
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP2/Vista/7
  • Processor: AMD Athlon 3500+ or Intel Pentium IV 3.4 Ghz
  • Memory: 1Gb RAM (XP) 1.5Gb RAM (Vista/7)
  • Graphics: Nvidia 6600 (256Mb) / ATI Radeon X700 (256Mb)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c or higher
  • Hard Drive: 8 Gb of free space
  • Sound: DirectX 9-compliant sound card
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Pretty good Total War alternative

There aren't a lot of alternatives to Total War large-scale RTS games, but this is one of the better choices out there. King Arthur is essentially Medieval 2: Total War with (slightly) shinier graphics and some RPG elements added in. Unit balance is a bit iffy (archers, for example), and the interface is a bit convoluted, but it's otherwise a great game. The quests give you a nice sense of direction (instead of just "capture a city for the sake of capturing"), and the story's pretty good too. There's also a nice variety of units -- something Total War games have been severely lacking in recent releases. Definitely worth picking up if you're into Total War/RTS games.

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