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Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Is Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes a worthwhile purchase? Absolutely. Fans of the original will find more than enough to take part in with this experience, and for those that missed out on The Crusaders , this title is a prequel, so there is no reason not to take it for a spin.
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Excerpt: The Kingdom Under Fire series, which started out on the PC from a Korean game maker, made a natural transition to the Xbox with last year’s critically acclaimed Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders. It was an ambitious title that was wrought with some rough edges.
Excerpt: If there’s something I hate, its poor quality assurance. As soon as I opened the manual of Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes I realised that, despite being given high scores and recommendations in certain publications, other people might not care so much.
Excerpt: Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes is the sequel to last year's hit, Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders . The game gives us a better look at the lands of Bersia, and features a variety of improvements over the original, including new units and more playable characters.
Excerpt: Have you noticed how you'll quite often see really great looking women going out with the ugliest and dumpiest of men? For example: Michelle Yeoh (from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) going out with Jean Todt (manager of the Ferrari Formula One team). I still can't quite see the sense in that one.
Summary: The graphics and audio in this game top off an already great gameplay experience allowing you to battle your way through hordes of missions along with online play and even custom made single player missions.
Excerpt: was one of my favorite games of 2004. By combining elements from a variety of genres � hack-and-slash action, real-time tactics, and a tactical RPG-esque leveling and equipment system � it managed to achieve something fairly unique. The final product was a polished and fun game, in spite of