When it comes to medieval real-time strategy, Lords of the Realm III flies the flag high. Whether it's maneuvering troops on the battlefield, negotiating trade and alliances, or overseeing armies across the lands, RTS fans will find plenty here to enjoy. Your Court Awaits Your CommandRead full description
When it comes to medieval real-time strategy, Lords of the Realm III flies the flag high. Whether it's maneuvering troops on the battlefield, negotiating trade and alliances, or overseeing armies across the lands, RTS fans will find plenty here to enjoy.
Your Court Awaits Your Command
Be the master of all you survey on a noble quest to become king. Raise armies of valiant knights and rule the land with the dutiful assistance of serfs and merchants. Roll catapults over enemy bodies and besiege castles while defending your own.
Prepare your troops. Approach the enemy. Breach the walls. Become Lord of your Realm.
Gain victory in 4 single-player campaigns spanning 14 scenarios. From aristocratic Italy to feudal Ireland, conquer castles for power, cities for gold and cathedrals for God.
Take charge in historical conflicts featuring famous figures, including Joan of Arc, William the Conqueror and Frederick Barbarossa.
Lead mighty siege engines to the walls of enemy castles, while simultaneously defending your own fortresses.
Wage war against up to 7 friends in sweeping conquests and head-to-head battles*. Order armies from a strategic overview, or zoom in to organize troops in fully 3D battles.
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Lords of the Realm III even if published years after it's prequel is still inferior to it's predecessor. First of all - the whole complex economy system got cut off and replaced with silly binary choice-making for each land, lord etc. When you finally create an army and decide to face your opponent you find out, that great RTS system of LotR2 got replaced as well - instead of controlling all units you control just a few knights and all the units follow them without any control of yours. It may work in normal battles, but troops AI stops working the moment you want to invade some structure - they will stop at walls doing nothing and getting killed, and as you don't control them they will get killed right away. So the gameplay is far inferior to previous parts at the gameplay level itself. And we didn't even talk about technical problems. Game tends to glitch quite often, it crashes not so often but still it happens, sometimes it will freeze on some sub-menu not allowing you to get back to map, save or anything and forcing you to restart it. All in all - if you're interested in Lords of the Realm series, you should pick previous game instead of this one.
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