Summary: This could be a nice game if it didn't have collectible cards inside. I like RTS games but I absolutely hate games where you collect cards, say nothing about buying such cards with real money. I actually wonder what audience they had in mind at all. That said, the game itself looks much like Warcraft 3, except you have more unit types and you can cast spell (like a god) anywhere on the map. Unfortunately, there is just no one to play online against.
Summary: Battleforge is an entertaining game for sure. If you like RTS games, you will enjoy this card game hybrid. The game feels like it is missing something or it might just be me feeling burnt out of the RTS genre. Either way, while the game is entertaining, it was only entertaining for a limited amount of time. It is certainly worth a try.
Summary: i cant believe the lower ratings on this game, often based on paying for additional cards. with just one purchase of the retail version (which you can get on ebay for about the price of an average lunch) you get more than enough in-game currency to buy anything you might need. and if u ever run out you can buy additional copies and add their content to your existing account. in over a year of playing i have spent less than Â£30 ($45 or so).
Summary: I'm usually not a big fan of rts, but Battleforge is loads of fun! It's free but not entirely, since to acquire some specific cards you have to dish out some real money. But I got most of my cards by trading in 5 bucks, that's really cheap considering I'm having more fun with this game than any 60 priced game. I feel like supporting this game by just trading 5 bucks or so each month, so don't discouraged!
Summary: Battle Forge Points are great for buying and selling Cards online. Battle forge is the best game not very well known. This game should be in all retail stores especially Game Stop. My son and I love this game, my wife hates it!!!! Fire Frost shadow and Nature pick you cards to play mix and match get into gear and fight.
Summary: BATTLE FORGE REVIEW RELEASED: 27 March 2009 GENDER: MMO RTS I one of the best free MMOs out there. Battle Forge approaches to hybridize real time strategy and cards game (magic gathering like). As it also has been done before, no one has been as successful as Battle Forge. Battle Forge as I already said merges RTS and cards and the result is that you have up to 20 cards in your deck, which you use in field.
Battleforge is a decent cross btwn MTG and AOE games.
18 November 2010
Summary: This an easy to learn game. It is all online. The retail version gives you several decks/cards to play with and 3000 battleforge points to bid on more in the AH. Resemebles Magic the Gathering or Yu Gi Oh in that cards are used to summon creatures. Then the game becomes more like an Age of Empires battle. The single player campaign is decent, but gets repetitive if you really want to build your decks power. The multiplayer is fun, but if paly against others, be prepared.
Summary: Excellent card based game. The gameplay reminds me of StarCraft 2, as in build armies for war, but the units are based on cards. The graphics are awesome if you have DX11 video card, although they are still good with DX9/10 hardware as well. Lots of replay value, good times, decent online play.