Reviews and Problems with Elemental: Fallen Enchantress
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Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes Review
21 June 2013
Summary: Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes is a game written in a language I can barely decipher, but it’s flair for facilitating story through play is a language I CAN understand, and one that I DO appreciate.
Pros: Facilitates story through play, Player freedom and choice
Cons: Lack of direction or tuition, Slow pace of play can be tedious
Excerpt: Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes sets its stage in the wake of a cataclysm that has changed the world. Sovereigns have arisen fresh with the ability to manipulate magic. Each enters the world with an army of their own, ready to build an empire. Conquest and diplomacy are only a small selection of the tools at their disposal as they explore a world filled with monsters to battle and quests to complete.
Excerpt: Stardock Entertainment brings an ambitious title to the PC, one that promises gamers a wide range of gameplay that borrows elements from the Civilization and Heroes of Might & Magic series and weaves them into it’s own blend of turn-based tactical strategy and city-building. Did they succeed in making a compelling game in the process? Read on to find out.
Excerpt: En 2010, Stardock nous servait un Elemental : War of Magic plutôt fraîchement accueilli par les joueurs et la critique. Cet ambitieux Civilization à la sauce fantasy était loin d'exaucer toutes ses promesses. Les développeurs corrigent aujourd'hui le tir avec Fallen Enchantress, qui se veut la même chose en mieux.