Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: Though Joan of Arc combines three very distinct game genres, it is still able to find a nice middle ground on which to display them. The 3D graphics used in this game are good for each type of play, and the transition between each is pretty smooth.
Excerpt: Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc is an action game that combines first- and third-person combat, real-time strategy, and role-playing elements. The game takes place during the Hundred-Years War between France and England. Joan starts off her military career with a lot to prove.
Excerpt: Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc from developer Enlight Software is an action/RTS title that could have been so much more had it been given more time in development. When I previewed this game back in December I applauded many elements that I felt would make for a memorable game but the final product...
Excerpt: It’s the attack of the hybrids! Enlight Software presents Wars & Warriors: Joan of Arc; the latest in a trend of mixing genres. This time, the exploits of the perky, little French warrior-maiden are told through a combination of third person hack-and-slash action and real-time strategy.
Excerpt: It's 1429, do you know where your kingdom is? The Hundred Years war has begun, and it's your job to liberate France from England. Luckily, you have a little girl on your side named Joan of Arc.
Excerpt: Historical speaking, Joan of Arc was probably crazy. But according Enlight Interactive's War and Warriors: Joan of Arc, she was also a lean, mean, hack 'n slash machine capable of dispatching four score of artificially unintelligent English soldiers before lunch.
Conclusion: At this point the game is looking like a combination between Drakan and the Dynasty Warriors series, with a high level of tactical strategy thrown into the mix as players traverse the nine maps of the game.
Excerpt: „Poucelle d’Orleans”‘s destiny was a tragic one but without it probably she wouldn’t have been canonized by the Catholic Church in 1920. 1920? It took them 400 freakin’ years to do her justice and recognize her merits? It’s just excessively much. Joan of Arc was born at Domremy in 1412.