Reviews and Problems with King's Bounty: Armored Princess
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Mr Wonderful 9, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: Well, what can I say - I love this game. If you are like me and like the Civ series, D2 &D3, Origins, Skyrim, etc. this would be an excellent addition to your play library and it's super cheap entertainment.
Summary: one of the best games to come out in this genre to date. Immersive game play, long hours of game play, very re-playable with the randomly generated enemies and treasures. I think this game really added to the the second installment (The legend). the graphics are beautiful and some are hand drawn which gives it that awesome feel. and for those who say this game is hard I don't know what to one of the best games to come out in this genre to date.
Summary: As a die hard fan of Heroes 3 I was always looking for a similar type of games and I found the King's Bounty series. Before, I played the campaigns of Heroes 3 data discs (the ones in the original games are boring and not worth it) every year, again and again, but I will play them much less now, as Kings Bounty is superior for me.
Summary: Still a great game just like the original but a few flaws prevents it from reaching the same astronomic heights. If you're focused and into strategy, you'll find the second half of the game too easy. By the end, only the boss fights are hard (they are hard, though) and the rest can feel a bit like a grind.
Summary: Love this game, beautifull graphics and not to easy to play. The little dragons are awesome btw ;) The orcs expansion is reall good and the orcs are really nice to play with if it suits your playstyle.
Summary: The first time I played it, I thought it was terrible. Bad story line, clunky game-play, too much needless dialogue, etc. etc. Reading the other reviews here, I'm willing to give it another shot.
Summary: Download without problem. I have 4+ year old computer using Windows Vista 64. I have played about 3-4 hours with no game glitches. Never played any of the games in this series so I can't compare to older versions. Took awhile to get used to camera movement but with time got used to adjusting it.
Summary: Real-time Heroes of Might & Magic clone with less focus on castle defense and more RPG elements. Very derivative but has a long main quest with a large world map. More exploration and plot-heavy than HoMM, but not much else is original about it. Armored Princess has a lot of new features so I'd recommend just getting this one over the original since they're almost the same game.
Summary: I did the demo download and "ZING", I was hooked so I bought the full game. Very good game and the graphics were nice. The fact that your actions are primarily your own is what can change the outcome of the way the game is played. I played this for months on end and it was challenging every time.
Summary: I enjoyed this game. It was fun, and as long as you don't Kite enemies (self discipline), there is not much I'd knock about this game for what it was trying to do. It's a great time killer, pleasant graphics. I really enjoyed it. Late game I got a little over-powered, but I like that feeling. The only detractor I can think of is you can encounter fairly tough guys early on, but you get to I enjoyed this game.