Reviews and Problems with Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
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Steep but fair learning curve. Just flat out fun. I am addicted to this game.
Peter "robilar5500", Amazon
19 April 2015
Summary: This game is a ton of fun. It doesnt necessarily look the best (Unreal 3 engine I believe), but it more than makes up for it with solid gameplay, ballsy attitude, and well populated servers (32 player matches).
Summary: I bought this game the day that it came out because I had heard so many great things about the PC version. I waited and waited for the developers to fix the issues that make this game unplayable online, but they never did.
Summary: [PS3 Version review] I can't believe I paid to download this on PS3. Highly, highly repetitive! There really is no single player campaign or storyline to this game. You either play multiplayer (objective, capture the flag, deathmatch, etc) or play single player with AI characters instead of real...
Summary: This games sucks the proverbial. I have never had a game where I felt i was robbed of money until this one. Hit detection is a joke, even when i scored kills it didn't make sense as i was just hitting air, denying me the satisfaction of a clean kill.
Summary: For $15 it is definitely worth you money. It has great detailed customization, 3rd and 1st person options, many unlockable weapons, satisfying game play, and decent graphics. Unfortunately it has some problems...
Summary: If you're looking for a good multiplayer game with friends, don't buy this. The online multiplayer is beyond broken as enemies can be facing away from you and still hit you. Due to the lag this game is completely unplayable online.
Summary: My 2 major problems is that this game is not on Playstation 4 and Xbox One, they could of done what they did with the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of this game and ported it. My 2nd problem is that this game is kinda broken and lags a lot.
Summary: Never before have I played a game that's so deeply and hopelessly broken on every level. I'm not exaggerating when I say that not a single element of this game functions correctly. Combat requires no skill, hit detection is non-existent, and the classes are completely unbalanced.