Reviews and Problems with Majesty 2: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim
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4 star game for its genre, i recomend
22 January 2013
Summary: I bought because I use to play majesty 1 which was made 7 years before.... Its a very good game but lacks.... idk i just think it wasnt fun enough for a 7 year gap, but still very fun game, vs other games like it i recommend this one
Summary: Majesty 2 is a real-time strategy game where the strategy is mostly dictated by the AI's whims and needs. The player can place buildings, cast spells (Save from the healing, extortion and resurrection spell, you won't truly need any of them.) create a limited amount of units per building and hopefully arm these troops with the equipment that they need.
Summary: Another Majesty 1 fan here. I really tried hard to like this game, but at best it is worse than Majesty 1 in every single way. If you play a game where you don't have direct control over your troops, then the guys have to have AT LEAST passable AI, but it's not there. Heroes are dumb as bricks, put a high reward up for a monster and watch all your rogues instantly run in and suicide. You Another Majesty 1 fan here.
Summary: A decent and well polished game that is let down by slow game-play and a lack of strategic depth. This is designed for people who love RPG type game but have always wanted to be on the other side of the action, as the omnipotent quest-giver pulling the strings of the hapless heroes.
Summary: this is a pretty fun game. i haven't gotten that far into it. this game takes up a lot of time. i can only play it if i know i'm not going to have to do anything that day. i really don't like wasting a lot of time on something like this but it is challenging, for me at least.
Summary: A game that's innovative and nostalgic at the same time, with lighthearted humor, and just simply fun. onus points for the cheesy voice acting. Fantastic game overall, the only real issue is having a weird difficult curve.
Summary: Majesty 2 is a fun, modernized version of the original Majesty, however it leaves some of the balance and interesting choices out from the original game, making it much easier to play, but also making it a much more simplified, basic game. Still, worth a play for anyone who enjoys RTS games or enjoyed the original.
Summary: I gave the game a pass back in 2009 being scared off with its demo (waves of incredibly strong monsters, no build-research-expand etc). However, I've bought a copy on Steam this month, it's just $10 now. And how wrong my first impressions were! The game actually is the good old Majesty where you can spend hours and hours building up the kingdom just for the fun of it.
Summary: If you want a Real-Time-STRATEGY game that focuses on Strategy rather than micro-management and Tactics, then the novel and refreshing approach of the Majesty series to the genre may well interest you. Set in a fantasy world (with the stereotypical rangers, dwarves, wizards, dragons and the like) Majesty 2 lets you play the role the King, focusing on the major decisions of building, If you want a Real-Time-STRATEGY game that focuses on Strategy rather than...