Luisfius says: Extremely ambitious and unique, but somewhat flawedand unbalanced, still there is nothing quite like it. It's just a shame that magic is so much undeniably better, but there is nothing quite like playing a gun-toting half-orc. Or Ogre.
Luisfius says: I still like the gameplay of this one. A lot. Sure, in the bigger fights it can get kind of slow when all the enemies take their turns, but it is pretty much one of the best realized worlds I've seen in any game. Still damn funny, too.
Luisfius says: Very definitely a classic, even if it is rather clunky in this form when compared to its sequel (or itself running in the sequel's engine). Extremely hard at early points, but there is no other game with such a sense of player character growth.
Luisfius says: Extremely addictive, and extremely replayable, since the enemy AND unit distribution is randomized every time you start the game. Worth picking up with its two sequels/standalone expansions. May or may not be better than Heroes of Might and Magic.
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Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
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