Summary: I have played this game through with several people and have never been bored with the game play. Interesting storyline and great graphics for the time period it was released as well as challenging levels for more experienced players make this game good for mature and teen audiences.
Summary: Champions: Return to Arms will build on the progressive features of the first edition with more single-player adventures, a deeper online and multiplayer experience, two new playable races, beautifully detailed environments, a whole new storyline, secret gameplay modes, new monsters, weapons and...
Summary: If you're searching the review section looking to procure some professional input before making an informed decision about the game you're about to purchase, then you're certainly a gamer of refined tastes. I like you, fellow gamer.
Exactly the same as the Baldurs Gate but not as good.
11 April 2006
Summary: I started playing this and found it almost an exact replica of the Baldurs Gate games so decided not to bother going on. I don't say it is no good but what is the point of playing a carbon copy of another game (mind you saying that it's all us gamers seem to do now that none of the makers want to...
Summary: They claim this game has over '100 hours' of play, 'per character'. The idea of someone playing a rehashed game such as this for over 600 hours is ludicrous. I'll admit that, being a fan of the true RPG genre, I have a general biased against games that are pure hack n slash.
Summary: I own the first Champions game and getting this, I expected newer,better things. How wrong I was. The original champions game is a brilliant little hack and slash in the vein of baldurs guides and slight changes to each playable classes there is not one ounce of difference to the first game.