Calradia er et land i krig og byder på store rigdomme og endnu større farer for eventyrere og lejesoldater, der flokkes for at udgyde deres blod på landets jorder. Med mod og et kraftigt sværd kan en ukendt fremmed skabe sig et navn som kriger. Frit farbart og sandkasse-gameplay.
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Udgivelsesdato: 16. sep 2008

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Indeholder 5 emner: Mount & Blade, Mount & Blade: Warband, Mount & Blade: Warband - Napoleonic Wars, Mount & Blade: Warband - Viking Conquest Reforged Edition, Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword

 

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Calradia er et land i krig og byder på store rigdomme og endnu større farer for eventyrere og lejesoldater, der flokkes for at udgyde deres blod på landets jorder. Med mod og et kraftigt sværd kan en ukendt fremmed skabe sig et navn som kriger.
  • Frit farbart og sandkasse-gameplay. Du kan frit færdes hvor som helst i en verden med over hundrede unikke lokaliteter inkl. bl.a. landsbyer, slotte og byer.
  • Banebrydende kamp til hest.
  • Ekstremt avancerede og intuitive sværdkampsystemer.
  • Kæmp til hest og til fods med et stort udvalg af middelalderlige våben, der hver især har unikke karaktertræk.
  • Du kan være hvad som helst fra en ensom eventyrer til kommandør af hære eller ejer af landsbyer, borge eller byer.
  • Avanceret kunstig intelligens udfordrer dig i kamp og i dine strategiske planer.
  • Frihed til at interagere med hundredvis af figurer.

Systemkrav

    • Understøttede operativsystemer: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
    • Hukommelse: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: Grafikkort med mindst 64 MB hukommelse
    • Harddisk: 700 MB harddiskplads.
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2 af 3 brugere (67%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
218.1 timer bogført
Indsendt: 22. december 2015
My first addiction :3

Note: Get "Warband" instead, this is too old and out dated, but it started the whole M&B series, so therefore it deserves a positive review.

Extra note: Get the "Napolenic Wars" DLC, while you are buying Warband. Trust me.
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107 af 116 brugere (92%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
4 personer fandt denne anmeldelse sjov
53.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 29. september 2015
As much as I love it, there's no real reason to buy this one as Warband fixes all the problems with this game and adds new content while only being $10 more dollars. Buy Warband instead, it'll be the better buy in the long run.
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47 af 54 brugere (87%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
2 personer fandt denne anmeldelse sjov
31.4 timer bogført
Indsendt: 13. oktober 2015
I've got to be honest, the first time I played this game I was disappointed. The combat, both on horseback and on foot, just felt off. In addition, there is almost no story. And the graphics are definitely outdated. So why the positive review? This is a game that grows on you, but only if you give it time. The early stages where you have nothing are frustrating, as you can't do much and are easily defeated. But if you can weather this period, the game opens up as you build up supplies and equipment and soldiers. In addition, the combat becomes much more intuitive as you spend time with it. You are soon able to best larger armies due to your skill level, as well as the quality of your equipment and soldiers. Unfortunately, it's at this point that the game feels a bit broken. The whole game revolves around several factions that own various towns and are at war with each other, and you generally align yourself with one of these factions. No matter how well you equip your crew at this point in the game, you almost always encounter insurmountable odds when you face any of the opposing factions in combat. For example, you might be limited to a party of 60, but will regularly encounter parties of opposing factions that range from 100-200. Worse yet, even if you're able to best such a large party, it's almost a given that the opposing faction will have another party or two in the area, each with 100+ soldiers. It never feels like your faction supports you as much as other factions support them. In addition, conquering all of a faction's towns seems next to impossible as the towns are dispersed over quite a large area on the map. While you might conquer several towns in one area, it could take you several in-game days to travel to the next area to conquer that faction's remaining towns. Meanwhile, those initial towns you conquered have been conquered by one of the game's other factions, as you typically spread yourself thin trying to attack so many areas. Overall, I know that I've pointed out several flaws with this game so far. That being said, I feel like these issues don't detract from the game so much overall, as addressing them would make the sequel that much better. I really enjoyed this game, but a sequel that addressed my issues would be worth a lot of money to me. This game was good, but I look forward to checking out more from this franchise. I would give this game a 7.5/10.
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44 af 60 brugere (73%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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2.9 timer bogført
Indsendt: 21. november 2015
It used to be a negative review, for I wasn't seen the need to buy this particular game, when we have Warband. But... it turns out that Warband singleplayer can't be achieved when you're not connected to Internet. So now I see the point to hold this game altogether with Warband. I suggest you to buy the whole bundle, where will be Warband, Napoleonic Wars and Fire'n'Sword.

I'm in love with that game, I've bought it triple times. I've spended thousands of hours riding and hacking, over and over. Basic Mount'n'Blade runs even with the very dull PCs, like ones we use in offices, you know - with lame videocard, very short amount of RAM... it all doesn't matter! All you need is some free time (you can't play it during your working time, like some facebook flashgames) and testosterone. Yeah, I repeat - in there you'll be riding your horse and constantly brutally punish whoever gets in your way, in that glorified, one-of-a-kind simulator of medieval mercenary.

If you play while connected to the Internet, and have at least a discrete videocard on your PC and 2Gb of RAM - go straight for Warband, which includes this game PLUS gorgeus multiplayer. Plus achievements, trading cards, all of stuff you'd expecting on Steam. But if you suddenly find yourself somewhere in Australia, or just on the farm where you have only outdated laptop from the early 00's... This game is one of the best that you can play out there.

Game itself deserves 8.5/10 mark for its uniqueness and impact on the gaming world. Although as a sandbox RPG-like it is quickly wears off, as a medieval simulator, it's just keep going. And going. And going. Much like that battery rabbit, or the Civilization game.
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28 af 33 brugere (85%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
30 personer fandt denne anmeldelse sjov
1.1 timer bogført
Indsendt: 21. december 2015
First you mount

Then you blade

then you get in to deep politics and everyone hates your insides and you become a prisoner for several hours.

Edit: I recommend buying warband though if you're looking into buying Mount and Blade, It has a lot more content and is basically the same game.
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