Excerpt: Elven Legacy is a turn based strategy game made by Russian 1C Company and published by Paradox Interactive. The game is a follow up to the mildly successful strategy game Fantasy Wars that it hopes to improve upon.
Summary: Graphics sound and gameplay taken into account including the storyline the guys at 1C Company could have started something really beautiful here this game captures my imagination and makes me want to play again and again I look forward to the other releases.
Excerpt: Elven Legacy is a game with a united vision, and its purpose is to entice your intellect and intrigue your eye. The game’s initial richness lies within its thoroughly entertaining story and the game’s bright and complimentary graphics.
Excerpt: Elven Legacy is a tactical strategy game set in a fairly typical fantasy world, where all of the races act like you’d expect. You know what I mean -- the elves are superior and aloof, the humans are aggressive and greedy, the dwarves are tinkerers with Scottish accents, and so forth.
Summary: Elven Legacy delivers a world filled with magic, and a thrilling nonlinear storyline, gauged to provide many hours of gameplay for strategy enthusiasts. Through an epic quest to restore the former glory of the Elven race, this fantasy strategy game offers both depth and scope, all in colorful and...
Excerpt: Elven Legacy shares a lot of traits with Fantasy Wars , its predecessor. They're both strategy games developed by the same small-time studio. Each has a unique art style and gorgeous graphics which really bring everything from lush forests to sweeping valleys to life.
This fantasy sequel is a good entry-level wargame.
20 April 2009
Summary: Elven Legacy is a 3D fantasy wargame that is easy enough for newbies to learn but challenging enough to earn the attention (and affection) of grizzled veterans. Although you probably wouldn't know it from the title, Elven Legacy is the sequel to 2007's aptly titled Fantasy Wars, and if you're still...
Pros: Artificial intelligence packs a punch, Addictive gameplay makes you dream in hexes, Persistent units make you care about the sanctity of elven life
Cons: Tutorial is broken, Buggy cutscenes kill your post-victory buzz