Money wasted. Not sure if the problem was my computer ...
Bob Harms, Amazon
7 July 2015
Summary: My computer wouldn't install this, I scanned google for fixes to my problem, then I gave up. Money wasted. Not sure if the problem was my computer or this disc, but either way, I am unsatisfied.
Summary: This has become one of the great games in the Warlords series. Patch 1.05 makes this one of the most challenging and hardest games I've ever played. The bugs are gone and the strong AI is in and if I know many of you out there reading this that is what you want to know about most is how good is the...
Summary: My opinion of this game may be a bit biased because I am a longtime fan of the original Warlords. My only complaint about the game is that there are a few minor game play glitches, specifically dealing with some aspects of troop movements, otherwise it would have recieved a 5 star rating.
Summary: This game isn't as bad as some of the other reviews say (especially once you get the patch), but I would agree that it's not great. The main problem is that they removed some of the nicest features from previous versions of the game: 1. No more "King of the Hill" feature.
Summary: This game went wrong in a lot of ways. Warlords III: Reign of Heroes and Dark Lords Rising were awesome games, nearly perfect in their execution. Warlords: Battlecry II was also in itself an incredible game. Along comes Warlords IV, which tries to mix the two games, and fails miserably.
Summary: Definiately the most original and refreshing installment of Warlords. Very nice graphics and sound, well thought-over gameplay, decent replayability and very long campaign makes it a compelling game, not only for Warlords Junkie.
Summary: My bottom line is that if you want a more engaging and more appealing turn-based fantasy strategy game, go for Disciples II. The only draw-back of Disciples is that there are only five races (human, undead, demon, dwarves, and elves). Warlords have more.