"Seven Kingdoms II is a deep, enthralling, and ambitious offering." - IGN.com
Welcome to the world of Seven Kingdoms II, a world of intrigue and diplomacy, of trade and industry, of betrayal, espionage and conquest.
Take control of any of twelve emerging Human civilizations: Egyptian, Indian, Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Mongol, Greek, Roman, Carthaginian, Norman, Viking or Celt.
Or you may choose to play as one of seven Fryhtan races and experience a completely different type of gameplay. A style of play where fair dealing and mercy count for little.
Seven Kingdoms II gives you heroes, 3D rolling terrain, a Random Campaign Generator, an incredible number of fighting units and weapons, more beautiful and detailed buildings than you will know what to do with, expanded espionage and research capabilities and numerous other new features.
Seven Kingdoms II because of its infinitely deep double aspect Strategy / Action and the outstanding graphic quality, we can clearly see that its much better than the first. Diplomacy, War, espionage, these notions and many more await the player in Seven Kingdoms. A great game
On the surface, Seven Kingdoms II looks like a dated RTS of years past. But once you look past the graphics what you will find is surprisingly deep. Where modern RTS's tend to emphasize resource and army building to overwhelm your enemies. Seven Kingdoms II offers other paths such as espionage, trade, and diplomacy which are just as rewarding. The historical aspect of the game is also surprisingly correct and offers fun and interesting scenarios in a real world context. If you're a strategy fan you can't go wrong!
If your like me that wanted Warcraft2 to be very similar to warcraft1..and starcraft1..then this..is the game. Mass armies and fantasy settings. The game really built on what people wanted at the time. Being able to field massive fodder and giants of monsters! How great is that? And best of all, they just slam and crumble into each other...fantastic. Combat is lesser than current day, that is a given. No sync kills or anything. 3d is not very present as well, so don't expect dawn of war 2 visuals. Still..gameplay is just amazing. The plot is great...But if your attention span is really short like mine..the game gets boring later. Random campaigns may be different but they're all the same in a way with the same end goal. Nothing to really define them. Still...if you like rts games with a rpg blend, then this is for you.
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