Summary: Wrath is one of those games that keeps me coming back for more most games I beat'em and never want to play them again but not thir one the game works more like a board game you have your army on one side with the enemy army on the other in a chess like fashion scattered on the playing field are temples capture the right amount of them you win a battle same goes for the enemy in order to take a temple you have to move one of your men on a temple and that's the basics of...
Summary: I've seen this game compared to Archon over and over, and finally I decided to buy it. I tried renting first (good advice), but no local place had it, so it was buy or pass. And I loved Archon. In Archon, you had the opportunity to cast more than one spell per game, and the spells were a legitimate element of high strategy. In Wrath Unleashed, not only do the spells have terrible range, but the only spells worth it use up the entire magic bar by themselves.
Summary: Wrath Unleashed seems to be an attempt to capture the magic that was known as Adept/Archon on the C64 ages ago. It's a simple formula but you'd be surprised by how badly they mess it up. The load times are atrocious, considering the content the game spits out. The battle maps are adequate at best with little graphical candy to spice it up. Strategy is also severely hampered since the only variables are distance and terrain type.
Chess, Magic The Gathering, and fighter game all in one
The Blue Raja, Amazon
15 November 2004
Summary: Sorcery, treachery, and strategy are combined with the attributes you'd expect from any console fighting game... but Wrath Unleashed gives you more bang for the buck than any game I've seen of this genre, though there certainly aren't many. For gamers that have been around a while, you may remember Archon, or maybe you were one of those lucky few who happened to find Eidos Interactive's "The Unholy War" game for the original Playstation.
Summary: Would seem our "professional" reviewer for this game is a bit bias, given Cybernet has just selected this their game of the week on several criteria. Other reviews here are more helpful, more balanced and more accurate than our "pro's". Oh well...you know what they say opinions are like ;) guess that's what makes Jeremy Zoss yet another "pro".
Summary: At first, this game is pretty fun, but after playing it for a few days, the fun wears off. PROS: 1. A unique mix of strategy and action. 2. Good to play with a few friends. CONS: 1. Slow loading screens. 2. Repeated gameplay. Anyway, I suggest you rent it before you buy it, but all in all, it was a tolerable game.