Reviews and Problems with Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
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Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
5 April 2014
Excerpt: This is one great-looking real-time strategy game. And the controls are so intuitive that you will be able to jump right into the game and crush your enemies. Like in StarCraft, the company's previous RTS game, you can play as any one of the four opposing factions.
Excerpt: Family Friendly Gaming had purchased Warcraft II Reign of Chaos some years ago. But did not have a machine powerful enough to play it. That all changed when a powerful gaming machine was purchased in the middle of 2012.
Excerpt: Anyway, let’s kick off… Warcraft 3 is a Real Time strategy game (RTS). Which basically means you have to gain recources (gold and lumber in this case) and try to beat your opponent. Luckily, there is more than that.
Conclusion: Each race has three hero units available – the first one is practically free but the next two cost a tidy sum. Heroes can be produced in any order but you can only choose one at a time after you’ve upgraded your HQ.
Conclusion: There's only one real knock against the game's campaign, and it is only
noticeable if you are a strategy gaming veteran. The storyline begins with
a few tutorial missions that cover strategy gaming basics such as how to move or
Excerpt: The Warcraft series of games is all about commanding fantasy troops, gathering resources, building fortresses, raising armies and smashing the snot out of your opponent in real-time fantasy battles.
Excerpt: Warcraft. For almost 10 years, this venerated series (almost) single-handedly established the Real Time Strategy genre as a viable medium for gaming. (Westwood’s Command and Conquer being the other title.