Reviews and Problems with Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood
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8 August 2014
Summary: Just bought this game at bargain bin of 2,49 euro. Lucky I did because framerate is utterly utterly terrible. Under 12 fps on my high end gaming rig, and no, my graphics card gtx690 is NOT one of the graphic cards listed as not supported. Since I can't play the game at this rate I wouldn't know anything of how the game actually plays. A pitty but I will have to give it a 0.
Summary: Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood is one of those classic games no self-respecting real-time strategy fan should miss out on. It really brings the tale of Robin Hood to live. Beautiful graphics (as long as you're zoomed out), outstanding level and character design, superb animations, amusing voice acting and engaging tactical gameplay will make you longing for a sequel.
Summary: Just dont buy it off Steam, any computer made since dual core wont support it. Well it will but it will have serious problems that make it unplayable, read steam forums support to understand. Also downloading the demo wont make u think steam version will work. Demo works fine on my comp, Steam version doesnt and after 6 months still no patch, thats the only reason im giving this game a Just dont buy it off Steam, any computer made since dual core wont support it.
Summary: Fresh, engaging game with great graphics, entertaining storyline and good gameplay. Played this for hours and hours on end. Definitely would recommend the game, despite the fact that it's almost 10 years old now - it's still beautiful and fun to play!
Summary: This game truly brings the Robin Hood world to life. With a variety of character classes and a multitude of ways to achieve objectives, this is a game that focuses on teamwork and strategy. The game has a nice sense of humor and locations look fantastic.
Excerpt: Robin Hood – Legend of Sherwood is a brave attempt at creating a game that combines action with real-time strategy. To an extent it succeeds… but not fully. Overview After a good quality movie intro sequence, we are plunged into the game via a rather extensive (but easily navigable) menu system. At first glance the game is pretty confusing, but help is at hand as you’re told how to do things as you come to them.