Reviews and Problems with Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
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15 February 2014
Summary: First: don't expect an entirely polished product. I've encountered some bugs in my hundred or so hours -- most problematic, the servers stopped saving my level progression at level 5, so I essentially restart every day at that point (although my weapons unlock normally). TB's been working to fix a number of them, but it still won't be a glitch-free experience.
Summary: This is a great game. Put your knight--or archer, pikeman, and man-at-arms--suit on and jump back into a Renaissance Faire. Graphics are realistic with blood effects I would assume are true to life. You can clop off peoples heads, arms, and legs--even shout a battle cry. Combo moves and move your weapon with the click of a mouse. Move the mouse around mid-attack to guid your strike. Very user friendly and functional.
Summary: Chivalry has easily one of the hardest learning curves that I have came across in a game, yet also one of the most rewarding ones. The graphics are quite good too just be sure to know that it's heavily multiplayer based and there is no singleplayer mode at all.
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Review by Dad's Gaming Addiction
Dad's Gaming Addiction, Amazon
30 October 2013
Summary: In the end, "Chivalry: Medieval Warfare" makes me want to watch the siege battles in the Lord of the Rings movies again for the umpteenth time this year. It's a great way to unwind for the day without having to think too much, but the combat mechanics will still keep you engaged nonetheless. I'm not a big fan of games that feature multiplayer arenas (mainly because I'm terrible at them), but I took to this particular one almost right away.
Summary: This is a Steam account activation. You must log in to Steam and 1) select 'Games' menu 2) select 'Activate a product on Steam' 3) enter your code Worked like a charm after that. Took me forever to figure out HOW to enter the code.
Summary: I definitely have not had a multiplayer experience like this before. This is a first-person(or third if you so choose) medieval multiplayer game. You can choose from different classes like the archer, the heavily armored knight and everything in between.
Summary: Gameplay: A medieval first person shoot and done quite well. The game controls like other first person shooters no real difference here. The controls are responsive and it's not complicated. Unfortunately the game is online only. Though you can play "by yourself" it teams you up with bots and the bots AI is god awful so it's not a realistic option. For me, this is a huge con. I don't like being forced to play with people if I don't want to.