Summary: good game for the price, gets a little repetitive also not really exciting, wish there was a little more variety of action and the quests are repetitive, hope the next generation lets you control more aspects of your character, also the economy and "personal" growth,
Summary: Pros: I would say this is the best first-person medieval combat environment. You can even mirror a sword strike to block it! Weapons choice is a matter of preference with very similar damage rating but tradeoffs between speed, reach, armor penetration etc. The campaign has quests and politics.
Summary: the game i have played and i like it but when i wanted to download on my new 64 bit computer it said error ask the seller if this game has a 64 bit version. I'm guessing that this game isn't intended for 64 bit users but i would like to know how to be able to play because i wasted $10 and cant play this game.
Summary: The original game is fun, though the replay value suffers a bit from how unbalanced it can be. One group has the best knights, and so you get people from those villages to be your knights. Another group has the best archers, so get archers from those villages. It is one of the best medieval combat simulators I have come across, and as such is worth your consideration. I think the modding community has really made this game great.
Summary: The single player part of this game is simply amazing. You are a lord of the realm leveling yourself and your army up to get enough strength to.... take over the neighboring kingdoms for your king.... start your own kingdom.... unite the kingdoms... or just be the badass of the tournament circuit... whatever, the choice is yours.
Summary: All in all, I thoroughly enjoy this game and it was well worth what I paid for it. Does it have a few bugs? Yes. Does it feel like the studio could have spent a little more time polishing it? Yes. Will we be remembering this game in twenty years? Probably not. That being said, I think if more than a few people took some tips from this game the rest of the RPG world wouldn't be so cliche and predictable.