Reviews and Problems with Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War
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Great time killer
Zinzaba , GameStop
27 February 2013
Summary: Not much I can say that others didn't but I love this game. It's a really addictive and long game with a lot of nostalgia for me since I played it non stop when it came out. It has a massive amount of weapon and soldier types as well as armor. But the biggest thing about this is the sense of being in a army as opposed to stuff like dynasty warriors where you feel ( or actually ARE ) a god amongst men in blade storm your practically useless without a group because of the...
Summary: This game can last for an EXTREMELY long time. It's like the entire map (England and France) is engaged at the same time. The game can get boring if you manage to level up quickly in the beginning, but if not then can be challenging, but if you don't play your cards right (where to spend earnings, hiring mercenaries, etc) you can end up in an impossible match with no future to look forward to in the game
Summary: It's a pretty awesome game. The thing i like the most is that you level up a certain type of army. For instance my halbreds level is 89. I also like the side missions because if your tired of just taking over casltes you can do other side missions. The graphics are kinda poor but i like it. The sound is pretty realistic.
Summary: Before I bought Bladestorm I heard about it from my girlfriend who is big Joan of Arc fan. I was unsure if I wanted it or not but eventually I bought it. Bladestorm really surprised me, I admit I thought it was going to be a flop but I was certainly wrong. The game is pretty challenging at times. So battles are really easy, some really hard, and some are balanced. It all depends on which missions you decide to take which have difficulty ratings.
Summary: This game expands greatly to the popular medieval "Run, kill, upgrade, repeat" design. What I particularly enjoy about this game is that it's not Dynasty or Samurai Warriors. It doesn't glorify every single battle by adding a major plot character to fight against. Not everybody is important. In pretty much every other game like this, every single playable character is a general or high ranking, powerful officer from the very beginning.
Bladestorm - The Hundred Years War (Xbox 360): Bladestorm
10 March 2009
Summary: Name - Bladestorm The Hundred Years War Game Type - Real time action strategy game Publisher - Koei Age Rating - T for Teen Players - 1 Other systems released for - Playstation 3 Price - Currently £25.43 from Amazon.co.uk Bladestorm The Hundred Years War was one of the first games that I got with my Xbox 360, I paid about £25 for the game brand new which I thought was very good value as I have had lots of gameplay from it.
Conclusion: i have played dynasty warriors and kingdom under fire and i loved them both, so if you are fans of them then you will love this. i have played the demo on ps3 and it is awesome so the 360 version should be better than awesome :)