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Overlord Complete Pack includes: Overlord, Overlord 2 and Overlord: Raising Hell

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Overlord Complete Pack includes:


  • Overlord

    Prepare to be tempted, mesmerized and thrilled, become the Overlord, how corrupt you become depends on how you handle any given situation. Your actions impact the game world. With incredible power at your disposal and a team of evil minded minions to do your evil bidding, how will you resist the temptation to be incredibly despotic? THINK EVIL, BREED EVIL, CONTROL ALL!

  • Overlord 2

    Overlord II, sequel to the critically acclaimed cult hit, sees the return of the chaotic Minions and their new Dark Master. Bigger, badder and more beautifully destructive, Overlord 2 has a Glorious Empire to smash, a massive Netherworld to revive, Minion mounts to mobilize, a trio of mistresses to woo, War Machines to crush opposition and lots of cute creatures to, err... murder (and a mini-map)

  • Overlord: Raising Hell

    How evil can you get?

    Discover how corruptible you are in Overlord, the twisted fantasy action adventure where you can be evil (or really evil). In the game's seriously warped fantasy world, players will become the Overlord and get first-hand experience of how absolute power corrupts absolutely. You could be a regular run-of-the-mill Overlord. However, with incredible power at your disposal and a team of evil-minded impish critters, the Minions, on hand to do your bidding, how will you resist the temptation to be wonderfully despotic?!

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Publisher:
Codemasters
Developer:
Triumph Studios
Genres:
Strategy
Source:
Codemasters
Released:
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP2+
  • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0Ghz/Athlon 64bit 3000+
  • Memory: 1GB
  • Graphics: GeForce 6800+/ATI X1600+ with 256MB
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 5GB
  • Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
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Reviews for Overlord Complete Pack

81
Very good game

Overlord is one of this few games where you play as evil character. Where elves, dwarfs, hobbits and so on are your enemies to be smashed. You command your own army of loyal minions and fight your way through many levels. There are four type of minion, each with some unique abilities that help to solve puzzles and reach new locations. During journey to take revenge against pesky heroes you also rebuild your dark fortress. The game has a good graphic and a lot of humour - no other game has battle against an oversized fat hobbit who literally rolls around during fight. And here you get a whole pack, three games from series - must have for this price.

90
Being evil is good

A very small number of games makes me want to play them until i finish them. Overlord is one of those. You have 2 paths to complete the game: Be very evil (my favorite) or just. What would you prefer? Be feared? Or loved? Have a complete domain in which the peasants give their virgins as slaves (a thing in the game actually) or a group of people that like you but nothing else? If you ever dreamed of playing an evil overlord controlling hordes of goblins like Sauron, this is the game for you. Burn houses, murder peasants, make them starve by stealing their food, exterminate the elven people, kidnap virgins, enslave people. This and more offers Overlord. You play the role of a powerful overlord, you can hack and slash either with a sword an axe or a mace and you can cast spells to incinerate or slow your enemies, but you also control an horde of goblins that can reach places you can't and are the ones that will pillage. The goblins are controlled directly by you and there are 4 tribes of them, each of the tribe have different strengths and weaknesses, giving the game strategic depth. The game also takes you to the old days of gaming with its big bosses that you have to defeat using some kind of strategy. No more berserking towards the boss... Unless you want your evil domain to end rather quickly. You can also customize your Overlord with banners, customize his dark tower etc. Evil have never been so good.

90
Great pack

Take control of evil overlord and bring chaos to the world. Controlling minions gave game some strategic elements, but biggest part of game its exploring the world and killing every creature you met. Its quite enjoyable, both games have similarities but many important changes where made in sequel. This pack give you many hours of funny story and original gameplay.

80
Great game that needs more fame

I bought the Overlord Complete Pack for a very low, discounted price back in October and I must say that this is a great franchise. Despite the fact that the game is quite old, it is very enjoyable and the graphics are fine, the story is nice and this game has an unique aspect to it: You are the bad guy, you are no hero, you are the Overlord, you rule! This aspects come forward as a nice combination between strategy and classic RPG combat. All in all, this is a great bundle, for a great price and it's worth every penny.

85
Underrated in my opinion (recommend a controler)

Overlord is game in which you control the evil (or less evil) Overlord and his minion army. The minions are all specialized to fill certain roles, and you can switch which type you control as well as well as assign them a set position to set up a defensive/suppressing point. Your minions don't get to have all the fun though. Your Overlord can be customized slightly with weapons, upgraded armor (more via Raising Hell ex. pack), and spells found in different areas. Overlord 2, I will be brief about because I haven't played it very much before. Better camera control, minions seem more responsive to threats (reds), and the graphics are better than Overlord, but that's to be expected.

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