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Disciples III Resurrection
7.1 out of 10

Disciples III Resurrection

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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

armoredchimp, Metacritic
15 February 2014
  • Summary: Really don't understand all the negative reviews. I have been playing the disciples series since the first game, loved all of them, and I think this one is a worthy sequel. The new additions are good in my opinion, mainly the skill tree and movement during combat.
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

Haarhus, Metacritic
2 February 2014
  • Summary: As a forever devoted fan of the Disciples 2 series, I found this game to be dazzling! I was amazed by the concept of the map, the new perspective, the details put into every mob and the possibility to have a closer look at them in the inventory was amazing and trilling.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Chaosmaker, Metacritic
4 October 2012
  • Summary: The gameplay is actually good, but as in Disciples III:Reneissance, something is still missing. I enjoyed DII more than this. Mind you, DII deserved a full 10/10 in my opinion. The campaign is mildly uninteresting with its dialogues and story, and I guess the moving of the units as the most major...
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Overall 3
3.0

User Review

alpas, Metacritic
27 June 2012
  • Summary: i loved Disciples I for its awesome visual style and laconic jRPG battles, Disciples II was kinda good as well (although AI was total brain dead), played the game for all races and all the expansions.
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Overall 8
8.0

Enjoy being the undead!

Daniel B., Newegg
22 May 2012
  • Summary: I found this game highly addictive, and challenging if you 'play it right'... If you put together large parties and using clever strategies in combat, it will be all too easy. Especially considering werewolves are immune to most melee attacks...which is GREAT and had me cackling with glee..
  • Pros: * Addictive RPG elements (equip your heroes ["leaders"] and carry them from map to map) * Pure fun of playing with werewolves, vampires, etc - on YOUR side for a change * Immersive and impressive artwork * Animations are nice and special effects are solid * No bugs or technical issues * Main soun...
  • Cons: * Voice acting is anywhere from passable to completely inappropriate (wolves sound like men when hit?, an Angel might sound Irish, you just never know but it's not close to 'good')
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Overall 1
1.0

User Review

magicscion, Metacritic
13 January 2012
  • Summary: This game is an insult to the strategy genre. The AI is lousy. The story is just a web to force you to walk long agonizing distances for english dialog the looks cobbled together by 3 germans and a first grader.
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draaryn, Metacritic
30 December 2011
  • Summary: I wish that I could say something to recommend this game, but given how completely absurd the only race you are allowed to play is, I cannot. Music seems just like all the other music in the series, the only race in campaign is the undead, who get 1 turn for ever 2-3 turns that their opponents get...
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Overall 3
3.0

User Review

murut87, Metacritic
4 December 2011
  • Summary: Ah......nope.....i don`t get it....even through i played the Disciples 3 Renaissance,it still.....same, and even worst,the animation was obviously poorer than D3R game,gameplay......repetitive happen..... Just Graphics makes the game looks great? Nah,i prefer gameplay instead of graphics.
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Overall 7
7.0

User Review

darkcerb, Metacritic
22 October 2011
  • Summary: There's some truth to the claim that disciples 3 has evolved more then it's competitor heroes of might and magic, this certainly looks amazing and plays really well. Where it's brought low though is the absolutely pathetic voice acting and most of the units sounds, in fact the sound design in...
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Overall 6
6.0

User Review

CaptainScrubby, Metacritic
19 October 2011
  • Summary: The Good: The Game is a classic turn based strategy game with an interesting unit progression system. The game also happens to be a great time sync, and is enjoyable to play once you get into it.
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