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Savage: Battle for Newerth
28 May 2012
Excerpt: Savage battle for Newerth appeared as a multiplayer demo some time ago and was able to convince the gaming public about its gameformat. At least it seemed that way, because the demo servers where overloaded for a while with people eager to play.
Conclusion: In conclusion, Savage does a lot right and is a very interesting experience adding another command layer to a genre well known for its chaos and somehow pulling it off. Again, mark my words and take a look at the Savage demo at least because this is a benchmark game which truly melds FPS and RTS in...
Excerpt: The online gaming world as of late seems to be catering in a large part to one of two types of gamers; fans of RTS games and Shooters fanatics. Of course there are also MMORPGs, but games like the Quake and Unreal series, as well as Warcraft, the Command and Conquers series, and EnsembleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s...
Conclusion: As Savage is played completely online, there is no single player campaign or skirmish mode or practice mode. As such, the developers have provided the storyline concerning why the beasts and man are at war in the manual.
Excerpt: Savage: The Battle for Newerth, isn't your typical PC title. Essentially a FPS shooter with A bit of RTS and the occasional tinge of MMORPG, this title adds a little teamwork to the action routine. The next new thing or an interesting gimmik? Click here to find out.
Summary: For years now, shooters and real-time strategy games have been the staples of PC gaming. Savage: The Battle for Newerth combines conventional aspects from each of these genres to form an original whole.
Conclusion: Set in a time far away from ours, Savage will sport a primeval theme filled with nomadic warriors in the midst of fighting monsters and creatures for ultimate survival. Each side will compose of different units, weapons, and strategies.