Summary: What this game is, is that your a OverLord and are evil. You attack good creators and help or destroy stuff. It is a first person shoot type game, not any really strategy involved. You just got to make sure you remember where stuff is. I did not think it was worth what I paid for it!
Summary: The game is fun, but it's a bit buggy. As well, the control is a bit hard to manage and it's easy to get lost as to what exactly you are supposed to be doing. It's an interesting twist on your normal RTS/RPG genres, but I don't feel like they really pulled it off too well.
Summary: This game looks like it has it all. You are a Hero and are sent out into the land to subdue, maim, kill or torment as you like. The graphics are pretty cool and your minions perform evil deeds for you. However once you have played it for a bit you realise that there isn't really much more than this.
Conclusion: Most people are right by saying that this is one fun game to play when you first load it up, but once you've got double hours under your belt, things start to get a little repetitive, get a bunch of minions, and just hold left mouse and send them in until your target dies.
Conclusion: I baught this game after shinning reviews compairing it to the legendary Dungeon Keeper. I suppose thats where i went wrong to start with. It screams console port, the controls are difficult to get used to and can cause a bit(or lot) of frustration.
Conclusion: When I installed this game and played for a while I thought it was an instant classic, blending old school fantasy and humour with nice graphics, sound, ideas. After a while it became a bit more serious in questing and inserted some puzzles here and there but maintained the minion humour.