Summary: Fantasy Wars is a turn-based strategy game set in a fantasy world. Combining both classic strategy gameplay and sophisticated 3D graphics players can experience epic battles like never before.
Excerpt: The name “Fantasy Wars” doesn’t exactly evoke a groundbreaking title which breaks the mold of turn-based games before it. What seems at first a rather generic and uninspired name actually becomes rather clever once you realize that, for the most part, the game is nearly as average and cliché as the name it bears. We first had a taste of Fantasy Wars at 1C’s event in San Francisco last year .
Conclusion: things, which is a welcome and interesting addition. You can take control of more than 70 units and 9 types of unique classes. You’ll participate in castle sieges, village defenses and other related operations. It’s definitely a lot of fun. Even on the easy setting, by around the fourth mission you will find yourself scrambling to do better.
Conclusion: All in all Fantasy Wars is a solid game. It’s very pleasant to play, it’s easy to both play briefly and walk away, or to completely lose track of time in the “just-one-more-turn” scenario. The graphics are pleasing and enjoyable, the AI is frustratingly dumb at times and nothing stands out as a jarring or grating game. It’s solidly average.
Excerpt: What's refreshing is that the word 'strategy' isn't just in the genre's name out of some long-forgotten tradition: it must become the lynchpin of your game should you ever dream of progression.