Tired of invading dungeons? It's time you build your own! War for the Overworld is a Dungeon Management Game that employs your favourite aspects of the RTS and God Game genres. Carve out your Dungeon and conquer the Overworld!
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Release Date: Apr 2, 2015

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May 31

Reddit: Ask us Anything @ 7PM UK time


Greetings Underlords,

Just issuing a quick reminder in case you missed it the first time. We'll be hosting a Reddit AMA at 7PM UK Time where you can ask us anything you want about WFTO, HoG, Game Development, our lives or well anything. Don't miss it!

Here's the full announcement:

Patch 1.4 and Heart of Gold are available now, and they’ve been met with an overwhelmingly positive response from you. We’re pleased that the changes we’ve made and the new expansion have met, and in some cases, exceeded your expectations!

Anyway we’d like you to know that we, the Brightrock Games team, will be holding an “Ask Me Anything (AMA)” discussion on Reddit and we’re eager to invite you all to join us and well... ask us anything!

Just pop on over to /r/IAmA at 7PM UK Time on Tuesday the 31st of May and we’ll be answering anything that comes in. We’ll have a few different members of the team from different disciplines so feel free to ask us questions on what it’s like to work in those fields, questions on WFTO, about our lives as indie devs or anything you can think of!

Team members who will be participating:

  • Josh “Simburgur” Bishop - Creative Director
  • Scott “Strich” Richmond - Programmer & Producer
  • Tim White - Writer
  • Patrick “Patackular” Hore - Art Director & 3D Artist
  • Lee “Noontide” Moon - Community Manager
  • Dante De Glanvill - SFX Artist, Voice of Duke Magnanimous and more!

We look forward to seeing you and your questions then!

Cheers!

– Brightrock Games Team


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May 31

Hotfix Patch: 1.4.0f7 Released

Greetings Underlords,

We're still hard at work addressing the issues that you've reported to us. This morning we have another couple of hotfixes for you, associated particularly to rare issues that occur in campaign progression.

The fixes are as follows:

  • Fixed an issue that could occur on Level 13 of the vanilla campaign where certain units could not cross the drawbridge.
  • Fixed an issue in Heart of Gold level 2 where the optional tutorial objective instructing the player to use an outpost would not trigger.

If you're suffering from another issue firstly check our Patch 1.4 Known issues and workarounds thread first. If your issue is not listed or you wish to provide more information on known issues then please submit or comment on a related ticket via our Bug Tracker and be sure to include all the details requested in this thread we'll endeavour to address your issue asap.

Thank you for your patience and support!

Cheers!

Brightrock Games Team


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Reviews

“...a deeply strategic and absorbing experience with a pitch-perfect sense of dark humour.”
Wired UK

“It’s evident this game was made with nothing but love for the series it’s so shamelessly inspired by. Subterranean knows exactly what was so thrilling about playing the part of a malicious tyrant.”
7.5/10 – The Jimquisition

“Subterranean look like they’re onto something. This is really a game made by fans for fans, and that passion and knowledge runs throughout.”
The Sixth Axis

Patch 1.4 & More



Heart of Gold will release alongside patch 1.4, which will introduce a huge range of changes and improvements to the base game including:

  • Dynamic tutorial system
  • Revamped Titan system
  • Revamped combat
  • New unit voices, VFX, animations and behaviours
  • Significant performance improvements
  • New systems such as the peace warband to keep specific units out of combat
  • Improved AI which makes use of Titans and Artefacts properly
  • Improved UI including a new payday overlay
  • Many balance improvements including a revamp of the unit leveling system, making high level units more valuable
  • New localisation into French and German

Underlord Edition



Purchase the Underlord Edition to receive these additional features:

Sovereign Dungeon Theme


In War for the Overworld, each and every Underlord is their own unique being. A dungeon is a direct reflection of an Underlord’s presence and individuality.

By purchasing the Underlord Edition, you can don the Sovereign Dungeon Theme in Multiplayer and Skirmish to demonstrate your dedication to evil!

The Sovereign Theme contains unique models and textures for:

  • Dungeon Core including unique VFX and SFX
  • Walls and Tiles
  • Tile and Door Toppers
  • Workers

Soundtrack Download

We’ve assembled the complete collection of all 16 music tracks used in the game. All of which can be yours to listen to in the comfort of your own Underground Lair or Torture Chamber.

The Dungeoneer’s Guide to the Underworld (When Complete)

There’s still more to come for the Underlord Edition, we’re working on compiling a collection of our concept art with some snippets of lore for you in our “Dungeoneer’s Guide to the Underworld”, which will help give you a small insight into the realm of Kairos.

About This Game

Tired of invading dungeons? It's time you build your own!

Do you feel you are in a slump? Monotonously disembowelling evil guys in endless quests for gold and a slightly better pair of boots? You are starting to wonder... are heroics really your calling? Welcome to the War for the Overworld!

War for the Overworld is a Dungeon Management Game that employs your favourite aspects of the RTS and God Game genres. You play an all-powerful, malevolent Underlord, long banished to the Aether. With unrivalled dark power and an insatiable desire for bloody conquest, you will arise once more, and reclaim your realm!

In your absence, the Underworld lost its way. It became feeble and afraid of the Empire of the Overworld, which grew strong and boldly comfortable in its quiet retirement from evil-slaying. Carve out your dungeon from the soil and stones of the Underworld, and build dozens of unique rooms to attract a myriad of creatures to your halls to work and fight for you.

In addition to your faithful followers, you have destructive spells and powerful rituals to cast upon any unsuspecting goodly Hero (or rival Underlord) who dares to breach your unhallowed halls. With your unmatched dark powers and mighty army of bloodthirsty minions, you are ready for your War for the Overworld!

Key Features

  • Build Your Dungeon - Excavate and build your dungeon beneath the earth of the Overworld. Design its layout as you see fit, creating an underground fortress filled with a wide variety of rooms, each with a unique use and purpose.

  • Evil Is Back - Play as an Underlord who has awakened from a deep slumber after countless years drifting in the Aether. This realm hosts a variety of enemies — both Heroes and Underlords will stand in your path as you fight for dominance of the Overworld

  • Veins of Evil - Choose from over 60 rooms, spells, potions, rituals, defences and constructs in the Veins of Evil as you progress through the game. There are a plethora of possible Vein combinations you can use to conquer the Overworld. Create your own unique flavour of evil!

  • Fortify Your Domain - Build a wide variety of defences within your walls to defend against — and destroy — those who seek to invade your domain.

  • Cast Wicked Spells - Call down unholy magic to strengthen your dungeon, route enemy forces, flood corridors with Micropiglets, or simply turn a meddlesome Hero into a geyser of giblets.

  • Unleash Devastating Rituals - Punish your foes or empower your own forces with game-changing Rituals that can do anything from raising an undead army, to instantly fortifying your entire dungeon.

  • Command Powerful Minions - Over 20 minions await your call, and will gladly work and fight under your banner... if you provide them with all the creature comforts they demand.

  • Conquer the Overworld - Play through a feature-length campaign, facing off against the Emperor of the Overworld as you fight for complete supremacy in the Realm of Kairos

  • Destroy Your Rivals - Take the fight to your rival Underlords in Skirmish or Multiplayer matches with up to four players.

  • Challenge Ruthless AI - Team up with a friend or fly solo and challenge devastatingly sophisticated AI Opponents in Skirmish or Multiplayer!

  • Shape the Underworld - Create entirely new Skirmish, Scenario, Sandbox and Multiplayer levels in the Map Editor and share them with other Underlords via Steam Workshop!

  • Test Your Mettle - Run the gauntlet of the prototype Survival mode and see if you can top the high score against waves of enemies!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 , Windows 8 , Windows 10
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT400 series with 512MB RAM or better, ATI 4870HD with 512MB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT500 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 5870HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6 and higher (64-bit)
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT400 series with 512MB RAM or better, ATI 4870HD with 512MB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X 10.6 and higher (64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT500 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 5870HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or higher (64-bit)
    • Processor: Dual Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT400 series with 512MB RAM or better, ATI 4870HD with 512MB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or higher (64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GT500 series with 1GB RAM or better, ATI 5870HD with 1GB RAM or better
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space (may increase in the future)
    • Sound: Speakers or headphones
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Spawn
( 14.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
If your looking for a review on this game you've come to the wrong place, but if your looking for an outstanding cheese cake recipe you've come to the right place.

Ingredients:
1 cup digestive plain sweet biscuit crumbs
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons melted butter
40 ounces softened cream cheese
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon vanilla
1 cup sour cream
4 eggs

Directions:
For The base:.
If you're using a dark pan, preheat the oven to 350. If you are using a shiny pan, 375.
Combine the crumbs, melted butter and 3 tbsp sugar well and pat onto the bottom of a 9 inch springform pan. I also like to very very lightly butter the sides of the pan so that the cheesecake will not stick later on.
Bake for 10 mins in your preheated oven and remove. Let it cool while you prepare your batter.
For the batter:.
Make sure everything is at room temperature.
Combine sugar, cheese, flour and vanilla in a big bowl and mix on medium speed till well combined. Don't forget to scrape the bowl as you're doing this.
Mix in the sour cream till its incorporated well. Then, add the eggs one by one, mixing well after each addition.
Pour the batter into the springform and let it bake for 1 hour and 10 minutes After the baking time, turn off the oven and leave the door ajar. Let the cake cool in there for about 1 1/2 hours.
Remove the cake and let it cool thoroughly. Refrigerate overnight.
Release the sides of the springform.
Eat.
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SenseSei
( 18.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
Awesome Developers!
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Skyhaster
( 27.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
All in all a real successor of Dungeon Keeper 2. Game had a very rocky start and seemed vastly unfinished. Due to money issues it was released way before gold. I bought it a few weeks after the"buy now get expansion free cut" and had quite a bad time playing it as a release version. The campaign itself is ok, graphics good and the speaker is awesome. Still -i had little fun to play it. The german localization was so bad that i needed to switch it back to english to understand what the game wants to tell me. That got improved with the latest update. The ai often refused to work which ended in weired behavior or frozen units. The game had major (and still has) performance issues and i had spend almost more time on writing reports for bugs on the forum, then having a cool gaming experience. Just rediculous and i am not one of those that isn't able to ignore the fact of a bug here and there. But that was just tremendously too much for a release version. I hate that i had to make bad experiences with the game because i love the idea and love to support devs of any game i like. Otherwise i won't have reported all not yet reported bugs that came along my way. But for a release version it was just a nono.
Anyway, the game gets frequently patched by the developers and performance improved and almost all gamemodes are now fully availiable with the release of the Heart of Gold Expansion. After all this trouble it might be a better experience if you play it in the todays state. Looking back, I have to admit that i sadly not much fun playing it because of all the issues. Hope you will have a better experience when you pick it up on sale.
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Arian ♥
( 94.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
I've supported this game since I found out about it back when it was still in Kickstarter. It had some problems early on, but the developers have been active and their support of it has been strong. They've kept their word about everything they've promised, and this has become a game I truly love. If you loved either of the Dungeon Keeper games, you will absolutely love this game too. And if you ever feel the campaign missions are too fast paced for you, I encourage you to check out the Heart of Gold DLC. The campaign missions for it are exactly what you would be looking for.
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A developer has responded on May 30 @ 2:34pm
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BLODKORPEN
( 25.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
This is most certainly THE best attempt at following up on Dungeon Keeper 2 in an attempt to create the long sought after DK 3 which many of us had waited for. You'll slip into a nostalgia coma as soon recognise every single component in this game from your previous DK experience. They nailed it! But this is also where the problem comes in.

The game is a graphically pleasing, humour-filled remake of DK and not so much a sequel. Sure enough there is a bloody good load of newly added components, such as the titan creatures and a "leveling" scheme which allows you to unlock traps, rooms and the odd creature using points called "sins". Heck, they even have the original voice-over from the old DK games! Nostalgia overload.
The campaign is "alright" and provides you with around 9 hours worth of gameplay - less if you are just one of those gamers who nail-it fast. I completed the campaign a day after I bought the game and then, you are stuck with very few options. The sandbox modes are pretty much blank maps with infinate gold that allows you to quickly dig out enough space and place all of your dungeon rooms and summon all of your creatures - provides you with around 30 minutes of entertainment.
Multiplayer is an excrutiating experience. For those of you who have been playing games outside of steam's DRm, you'll remember those horrible tech nightmares where you had to go and mess about with your port settings, enabling UPnP on your routers and so on - the days we all thought were long gone since steam (and other DRM's) provided a platform that negates this. Well, in the spirit of nostalgia you may well enough enjoy that experience in this game again.

Multiplayer is stock standard, once you get it working. Play against other opponents and squash them. Whether it is you and a mate vs the AI (the developer's definition of Coop...if you can believe that) or whether it is two of you vs two other dungeoneers - all modes we should be fairly familiar with.
The actual coop which was hinted at during the kickstarter, though not reached, also seems to be not in the pipeline for the near future. Now this does not mean it is off the table entirely, though it doesn't look to be soon.
The expansion, "Heart of Gold" (released two or three days prior to this review) adds about 4 - 6 hours worth of play in a campaign, some dungeon visuall candy for multiplayer and the odd spell here and there. It's not an expensive expansion and therefor the little content can be quantified.
Overall, the game's base price vs what you get for it is not good at all. This is the kind of game we should be looking for during steam specials. You will barely get a weekend's worth of playing from both the game and its current expansion and multiplayer is unlikely to entertain you for very long if you get past the uneccesary setup hassles.
In summary:
They absolutely succeeded in providing a nostalgic experience in the spirit of Dungeon Keeper. No one can compete.
However, the game falls horribly short in providing an entertaining experience for more than an approximate 15 hours worth of play (more, maybe, if you really really like repeating the same actions).
No Coop (and mplay coop 2v2 does NOT constitute coop at all).

The game's development does not seem to be entirely finished and there "appears" to be some level of new content being planned. This may very well be a boon to the current state of the game. Though, if not getting this title on a good special I would suggest that you seek out the most recent reviews of newly added content on our usual trusty sources (i.e IGN, Gamespot, Gamasutra, Cooptimus).
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A developer has responded on May 30 @ 7:22am
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jeru9694
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
Well just paid 25 quid for this game and was horrified to see how bad it looks when trying to play. Text is blurry, graphics low rate. I can not make out buttons or controls, tried all manor of graphic settings most on my own pc as the game has almost non and is unable to chance actual resolution. funny thing is i dont even know what res it is running as far too blury.
my advice stay the hell away from this disapointment.
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A developer has responded on May 30 @ 6:21am
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Halabec
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Do not buy. It's a buggy mess. Troops go the longest way possible around the map trying to get around unlocked doors (or the game can't route units at all) peeling off and attacking the enemy HQ on the way and completely suiciding themselves. Meanwhile your core is being attacked and there's not a damn thing you can do about it.

Refunded.
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A developer has responded on May 30 @ 7:06am
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-Niieo-
( 10.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
I wanna play as human race too~ haha
Maybe you guys should add new features such as new races or factions.
Since this is War for the Overworld, why not make some different terrain such as water world, rocky world, snow world, skies, grass land or mixed
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A developer has responded on May 30 @ 2:33pm
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Thinson_Luo
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
I‘m very hope that have a Chinese language! :P
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アセロラオリオン
( 7.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Crash during my first loading, and had to wait 5 hours to see if this game work.

>nothing.

5 whole hours of nothing. The loading stuck, crash report appear, and meh.

Tried to send the game report to dev-forum, but im not waiting anymore.

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A developer has responded on May 29 @ 6:24pm
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Dj Pavlusha
( 96.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
I renamed a shortcut of this game to "Dungeon Keeper 3". Because that's what it is. I waited for Dungeon Keeper 3 for a decade, and wasn't disappointed in WftO in the least.

It has the same core mechanics, the same dark humor and even the same voice actor for narration, while adding new elements into the mix, such as very nice visuals, new creatures, new rooms, new spells (+ rituals, really OP spells which cost no mana, but have to be channeled in a special room first), new story and sins system (think of a skill tree, but with rooms/spells/constructs instead of usual skills).

Also, there are skins for dungeons. And they all are amazing.
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euplatious
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Just bought the game, and was unable to play it - the game would hang after the load screen. I uninstalled it and reinstalled nothing, I tried taking out the DLC and running it vanilla, nothing. I tried the various tips and tricks listed, nothing. I double checked that I meet, or exceed, the recommended requriements, and I nail them all, and in some cases, far exceed them. It still doesn't work. When a game has been out for as long as this game has been, I expect to not have "
unable to play" issues that I have here. On release? Sure! Annoying but sure. Here? that's not acceptabel or feasible. Thus, for the first time in my life, I am going to submit a request with Steam to return a game. Because, frankyl, I shouldn;t have to spend a hour of my personal life on the weekend, buying, installing, trying to run, reading tips, and then doing various things to get a game to work, so that then, I can try to actualyl have fun. It's not worth the investment to me.
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A developer has responded on May 29 @ 6:27pm
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retrox
( 6.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
As a longtime fan of Bullfrog's Dungeon Keeper series, I came into WFTO with lofty expectations. It's for this reason that I feel it would be impossible for me to write an unbiased review of the game based entirely upon its own merits, so I'm not going to try.

This *is* Dungeon Keeper 3; and thus far, it has satisfied or exceeded my expectations on every level.

If you're like me and you've been waiting for all the bugs and nasty bits to be hammered out before you spend your money, the time has come. With the release of the Gold Rush patch and DLC, the game is technically solid, artistically inspired, full of content, brimming with devious personality, and one hell of a good time for god-game enthusiasts.
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mariosurcouf
( 3.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Haven't tried this game til now cause of the numerous bugs reported by users initially. Im an old DK1 and DK2 (in lesser degree) fan of all times. Played for a little more than 3 hours and it really feels like the DK3 we deserve. Every mission takes a full hour if you venture to seek all the secrets it holds, and fully level up your creatures.
It seems a bit easier than the original DK1, but i was way younger then and it might be just that. Though i haven't played the new campaign, it feels great to see the developers are continually trying to get new content to the base game since this game was (in my point of view) intented to be played solo, like the original.
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The Drowned Saviour
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Game doesn't launch despite repeated reinstalls.
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NorthStar
( 5.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
I held off getting this game for awhile because I figured it was another cheap Dungeon Keeper knockoff. Now that I've played it I can definitely say that it's a worthy successor to DK2. More than just a graphical upgrade, with the addition of quality of life improvements like Warbands and Impasses, useful spells like Replacement Earth, and new mechanics like rituals, alchemy, and titans, War for the Overworld is actually a nice improvement over the Dungeon Keeper games, pretty much fixing all the things that were annoying or hard to manage while still adding new complexities and strategies. Skirmish mode and multiplayer make a welcome return as well.

Some people report that the game is buggy, but I have only run into a couple small glitches, mostly in the form of minion animations that don't look quite right.
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Tom7i
( 146.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
This is my first Steam review, so i'll try to make it a good one; it might be a bit longwinded (TL;DR is at the bottom), but i'd like to make it as thorough as possible becouse the game and it's devs deserve as much.
First off, my PC specs so you'll know what i play it on:

• Windows 7 64 bit
• Intel Core i5 4570 @3.20 GHz
• AMD Radeon R7 200 Series, 2GB RAM
• 8GB RAM

My history with the genre
I've played Dungeon Keeper 1 + The deeper dungeons & Dungeon Keeper 2 on multiple occasions & systems over the years.
Being a fan of both originals, i was quite sad when EA first purchased the franchise and then made their intentions clear by releasing that mobile DK game... My hopes for the franchises' rebirth were only raised when i found out about a team of independant DK enthusiasts trying to make a true spiritual successor to the original games.
I've followed the games' progress through it's kickstarter campaign and it's first appearance on Steam, but i didn't put any money in to it until it's official release.

The initial release
As i'm sure some will already know, the initial release of WftO was a rocky one; as the developers explained, the game had to be either rushed out with bugs so they got enough funds to polish it later or scrapped altogether, which i'm sure no DK enthusiast would like to see.
I decided to purchase the Underlord edition anyway despite of the existing bugs, mostly becouse i had good faith in the devs; i guessed they wouldn't abandon their game after all the trouble they went through to make it in the first place; as it turned out in the following months, my faith was deserved.

The current state of the game, as of patch 1.4 & Heart of Gold release
I've now replayed the basic campaign twice and the Heart of Gold campaign once; by my second replay at patch 1.2 most of the bugs present at launch were fixed; by then also the performance had been improved notably.
By purchasing the Underlord edition at the games' release, i got the expansion for free (which is awesome btw); now having the full WftO expirience, here's my personal list of pro's & possible con's (if they bother you, that is).

PRO'S

  • Imho the closest thing to a spiritual successor to the original Dungeon Keeper series you can find on the gaming market today, including the look & sound of the game (i'll get to the »feel« a bit later)

  • the devs went out of their way to secure Richard Ridings (the original DK narrator) for the narrration of WftO and it definitely payed off – with audio being a large part of what made the DK games so good, just hearing his ramblings again gave me a lovely throwback to the good old days

  • the developers started out as a small team of DK enthusiasts with a dream; they've shown their dedication and love for the game throughout it's inception as well as through the rough parts; they didn't abandon it while it was at it's lowest point but worked hard to bring it to it's current good state

  • the artstyle & graphics are ofcourse more colorful and advanced than in DK, but that doesn't detriment to the games' general atmosphere; if you'll zoom in or even take a look in first person – another welcome throwback from DK – you'll find many nice details around your dungeon.

  • the gameplay is largely – although not exactly – similar to DK; you dig out your dungeon, train your minions and do battle in basicly the same manner as you did in DK 1 & 2; ofcourse the devs also had to try and bring some improvements and »fresh wind« in to the genre, where the games' Sin system and some new map & campaign mechanics come in to play (more on that a bit later)

  • useful gameplay & UI improvements, some of which had to be implemented becouse of certain new map & campaign mechanics; stuff like the gamespeed slider, the Impasse command and the »Peace army« option

  • integrated map editor and workshop support – you can make your own dungeon creations, share them and battle over them with other players

POSSIBLE CON'S

  • Many of the initial complaints were in regard to some of the original campaigns' parts being too »rushy« for a DK successor; indeed there are some missions during which you have to do certain stuff quickly, otherwise the enemy will win. But in the devs' defence, in the meantime most of those maps have been rebalanced and they also included the previously mentioned gamespeed slider, with which you can always slow your game down in case stuff should happen too quickly. Also, due to popular demand, the 4 new missions in the HoG campaign are much more akin to the original DK »explore & expand« playstyle.

  • Becouse of copyrights, WftO isn't an exact DK clone/successor; for instance, you won't find Horny, Bile Demons or the Casino in the game anymore, although all of those have their approximate counterparts in WftO. Some of them understandably behave a bit differently here, which may turn off some DK purists, but if you're willing to overlook certain details or are new to the genre, you should have no problem with the differences.

  • In combination with both points above, the overall gameplay feeling is mostly similar to DK but also distinctly different in certain areas and missions, which may again turn off some DK purists; if you have no problem with having some »fresh wind« in the genre or you haven't played the original Dungeon Keeper, you should be in the green.

  • Although Ridings is the undisputed main star in the voice acting area, there are certain parts of the game, where the voice-acting is a bit underwhelming; the other voice-actors probably did their best to do a proper job, but there's still a chance you'll get the occasional cringe if you're succeptible to such things.

  • There are still some bugs, crashes and performance issues present in the game. As usually, some people expirience one thing and others a different thing based on their PC; playing the HoG campaign (1.4) on the PC i specified in the beginning, i've encountered one notable bug and two crashes, but the vanilla campaign functioned flawlessly for me even back in version 1.2. Based on my expirience from the launch up to now, i'd say that the devs are devoted enough to guarantee most of the current HoG bugs gone in the near future, but you might encounter a problem even so (send a report, they definitely read them)
That's about it; if you've made it so far, thanks for reading and i hope i could help you with my review.

TL;DR - if you're a fan of the Dungeon Keeper series or you're new to the dungeon sim genre, i can recommend playing War for the Overworld. Although it is somewhat different to the DK series in certain parts, the overal playstyle, sound and look all borrow heavily on it, making it probably the closest thing to a DK3 on the current gaming market. The overall performance was stable on my rig; there are some issues and bugs present, but based on my past expirience the devs work dilligently on fixing them.
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scott96707
( 11.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
This game is a rehash of Dungeon Keeper 2, so if you enjoyed that game, you'll enjoy this. The added systems of 'sins' and new rooms don't add a lot to the game so you might be better off just getting an old copy of DK2 and playing that.

There are numerous bugs still present even after the enormous update that rolled out a few days ago. For instance, I had to manually change the screen resolution within a text file because it was permanently set to 600x400 in game. Also, most of my minions couldn't cross the bridge to fight the final boss. Add in the very low framerate when you have more than 15-20 creatures on the same screen.

The end of the game cliffhangs to get you to buy the expansion. The whole game took about 8 hours to finish. The skirmish mode, while complete, isn't really hours of fun.

Really, just get Dungeon Keeper 2 online and save your $20.
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mi
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Hands down, one of the best early acces games i've seen so far.
There are a few technical glitches (anti virus thinks its "unsafe", screen res locked at start up), but all where solved very quickly with some good help in the forum.

Gameplay so far is VERY smooth, if you'r old enough to have spent too many hours enjoying Dungeon Keeper 1&2, you'll love this! The narrator brings back memories, the playstyle is very familiar, though with some added researching and a tech tree, monsters and spells are mostly a renewed version of the old, with a few classics still lingering in the corners, campaign is already extensive and starts off gently with some build in challenges hidden in achivements :)

10/10 here - and its not even done yet!!!
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wondersanvich
( 23.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
It is time underlord
welcome to dungeon keeper 3 i mean war for the overlord
let's get to the point is this game worth it?
yes
worth every penny
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51 of 56 people (91%) found this review helpful
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17.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 4
When War for the Overworld was released it was a mess with crashes, stuttering, bugs and performance issues. Over time the game has been patched, updated and stabilized to the point you can play it without any frustration from the technical side.

The gameplay itself is, well, a Dungeon Keeper clone. In this management game you are tasked with building a dungeon, attract evil minions and eventually send them to destroy the forces of good. It is a decent game, nothing that will blow you away but it can be very fun at times.
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Recommended
20.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 27
Let me say this game sort of defines why steam needs a neutral button and not just thumbs up/down.

On the one hand I do love the game; but on the other I am massively aware that the bulk of my love comes from the nostalgia trip of how much I loved Dungeon Keeper (and DK2).

If it were not for Dungeon Keeper I'm not sure I could like this game half as much as I do. I am keenly aware that this game was made by fans of Dungeon Keeper; and for what it is there is an amazing wealth of throwback to the game it is trying to emulate.

Unfortunately it also suffers from everything you would expect from what is essentially a "mod team" that is trying to convert itself to an actual development studio. The amateur mistakes show through with poor game balance and narrow strategic layers that never reach the level of variety as the original DK's pulled off. The costs of spells, the speed of unit deployment, the limited number of strategies that the enemy AI is able to cope with; the list of cons is fairly long.

Basically what the game ends up being is a very polished shell with Dungeon Keeper logos painted all over it but inside is just empty and hollow.

To their credit this team also continues to expand on the game, and I'll admit there has been improvement over time. But the reality is that it's a very long time coming. For a released game we're still seeing things added that should have been in from day one (and that was years ago...).

In summary this game is a labor of love from a devoted team trying to recreate Dungeon Keeper and if you are a fan of that old series and can afford to throw money in their direction. Do it. This may in the end be the only close successor the gaming world will see (at least in this decade). Just be aware that the game is heavily flawed and I'm not sure the dev team has the experience needed to ever make it as-good-as Dungeon Keeper really was, so we (as a community) must either foster them in the hopes they improve or just play it for what it is and cry over what's missing.

On a side note if you have not played the originals; find them. Get Dungeon Keeper and Dungeon Keeper 2; they are available on GOG, and worth the effort. Despite the slightly aging graphics they are still fantastic games. Then come play War for the Overworld with us and pray it continues to reach for the glory of what Dungeon Keeper once was.

As-is I'll continue to play War for the Overworld occasionally and hope the team behind it continues to learn and improve on it (which they have done for many years now, impressively for a team with no official training or past game development experience)
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25 of 31 people (81%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
24.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 9
Refreshing to have a game by actually devoted and competent Developers.

War for the Overworld is indeed a modern Dungeon Keeper, unlike the travesty mobile garbage that EA spewed forth seeking quick unearned cash.

It channels the spirit of Bullfrog back from the desiccated corpse in EA's droppings and Molyneux's sundered reputation.

The game is fun in and of its own as well as being continuously improved. Reward these actually care about your purchase developers and yourself by adding this game to your stable.
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13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
Recommended
34.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 5
Was debating pulling the trigger on this one for a long time and finally did so. I heard that the release was rough and so I gave it some time to get fixed but with the Doom wait wiping me out, I needed something new.

In a nutshell, game is amazing if you enjoyed DK2. It's not perfect, but the devs are extremely active and dedicated even now and there is always new content and modes coming out. Plenty to do and see even now.

If you can get around the downsides like mediocre ai, a few performance issues and one or two overtuned or frustrating missions, highly recommended.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
146.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
This is my first Steam review, so i'll try to make it a good one; it might be a bit longwinded (TL;DR is at the bottom), but i'd like to make it as thorough as possible becouse the game and it's devs deserve as much.
First off, my PC specs so you'll know what i play it on:

• Windows 7 64 bit
• Intel Core i5 4570 @3.20 GHz
• AMD Radeon R7 200 Series, 2GB RAM
• 8GB RAM

My history with the genre
I've played Dungeon Keeper 1 + The deeper dungeons & Dungeon Keeper 2 on multiple occasions & systems over the years.
Being a fan of both originals, i was quite sad when EA first purchased the franchise and then made their intentions clear by releasing that mobile DK game... My hopes for the franchises' rebirth were only raised when i found out about a team of independant DK enthusiasts trying to make a true spiritual successor to the original games.
I've followed the games' progress through it's kickstarter campaign and it's first appearance on Steam, but i didn't put any money in to it until it's official release.

The initial release
As i'm sure some will already know, the initial release of WftO was a rocky one; as the developers explained, the game had to be either rushed out with bugs so they got enough funds to polish it later or scrapped altogether, which i'm sure no DK enthusiast would like to see.
I decided to purchase the Underlord edition anyway despite of the existing bugs, mostly becouse i had good faith in the devs; i guessed they wouldn't abandon their game after all the trouble they went through to make it in the first place; as it turned out in the following months, my faith was deserved.

The current state of the game, as of patch 1.4 & Heart of Gold release
I've now replayed the basic campaign twice and the Heart of Gold campaign once; by my second replay at patch 1.2 most of the bugs present at launch were fixed; by then also the performance had been improved notably.
By purchasing the Underlord edition at the games' release, i got the expansion for free (which is awesome btw); now having the full WftO expirience, here's my personal list of pro's & possible con's (if they bother you, that is).

PRO'S

  • Imho the closest thing to a spiritual successor to the original Dungeon Keeper series you can find on the gaming market today, including the look & sound of the game (i'll get to the »feel« a bit later)

  • the devs went out of their way to secure Richard Ridings (the original DK narrator) for the narrration of WftO and it definitely payed off – with audio being a large part of what made the DK games so good, just hearing his ramblings again gave me a lovely throwback to the good old days

  • the developers started out as a small team of DK enthusiasts with a dream; they've shown their dedication and love for the game throughout it's inception as well as through the rough parts; they didn't abandon it while it was at it's lowest point but worked hard to bring it to it's current good state

  • the artstyle & graphics are ofcourse more colorful and advanced than in DK, but that doesn't detriment to the games' general atmosphere; if you'll zoom in or even take a look in first person – another welcome throwback from DK – you'll find many nice details around your dungeon.

  • the gameplay is largely – although not exactly – similar to DK; you dig out your dungeon, train your minions and do battle in basicly the same manner as you did in DK 1 & 2; ofcourse the devs also had to try and bring some improvements and »fresh wind« in to the genre, where the games' Sin system and some new map & campaign mechanics come in to play (more on that a bit later)

  • useful gameplay & UI improvements, some of which had to be implemented becouse of certain new map & campaign mechanics; stuff like the gamespeed slider, the Impasse command and the »Peace army« option

  • integrated map editor and workshop support – you can make your own dungeon creations, share them and battle over them with other players

POSSIBLE CON'S

  • Many of the initial complaints were in regard to some of the original campaigns' parts being too »rushy« for a DK successor; indeed there are some missions during which you have to do certain stuff quickly, otherwise the enemy will win. But in the devs' defence, in the meantime most of those maps have been rebalanced and they also included the previously mentioned gamespeed slider, with which you can always slow your game down in case stuff should happen too quickly. Also, due to popular demand, the 4 new missions in the HoG campaign are much more akin to the original DK »explore & expand« playstyle.

  • Becouse of copyrights, WftO isn't an exact DK clone/successor; for instance, you won't find Horny, Bile Demons or the Casino in the game anymore, although all of those have their approximate counterparts in WftO. Some of them understandably behave a bit differently here, which may turn off some DK purists, but if you're willing to overlook certain details or are new to the genre, you should have no problem with the differences.

  • In combination with both points above, the overall gameplay feeling is mostly similar to DK but also distinctly different in certain areas and missions, which may again turn off some DK purists; if you have no problem with having some »fresh wind« in the genre or you haven't played the original Dungeon Keeper, you should be in the green.

  • Although Ridings is the undisputed main star in the voice acting area, there are certain parts of the game, where the voice-acting is a bit underwhelming; the other voice-actors probably did their best to do a proper job, but there's still a chance you'll get the occasional cringe if you're succeptible to such things.

  • There are still some bugs, crashes and performance issues present in the game. As usually, some people expirience one thing and others a different thing based on their PC; playing the HoG campaign (1.4) on the PC i specified in the beginning, i've encountered one notable bug and two crashes, but the vanilla campaign functioned flawlessly for me even back in version 1.2. Based on my expirience from the launch up to now, i'd say that the devs are devoted enough to guarantee most of the current HoG bugs gone in the near future, but you might encounter a problem even so (send a report, they definitely read them)
That's about it; if you've made it so far, thanks for reading and i hope i could help you with my review.

TL;DR - if you're a fan of the Dungeon Keeper series or you're new to the dungeon sim genre, i can recommend playing War for the Overworld. Although it is somewhat different to the DK series in certain parts, the overal playstyle, sound and look all borrow heavily on it, making it probably the closest thing to a DK3 on the current gaming market. The overall performance was stable on my rig; there are some issues and bugs present, but based on my past expirience the devs work dilligently on fixing them.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
94.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 30
I've supported this game since I found out about it back when it was still in Kickstarter. It had some problems early on, but the developers have been active and their support of it has been strong. They've kept their word about everything they've promised, and this has become a game I truly love. If you loved either of the Dungeon Keeper games, you will absolutely love this game too. And if you ever feel the campaign missions are too fast paced for you, I encourage you to check out the Heart of Gold DLC. The campaign missions for it are exactly what you would be looking for.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 8
Great game. Especially fun if you like the Dungeon Keeper series. It felt like "Dungeon Keeper 3" to me, which I really consider a compliment!

Pro's
  • Really brings you back to the good old days, playing the bad guy for once instead!
  • Very original strategy game, trying to attract creatures based on certain rooms
  • Takes many good ideas from the Dungeon Keeper series and improved on them or made quality-of-life improvements


Cons
  • Creature spawning mechanics and dictating which creatures you get are two things I still don't understand. Certain rooms attract certain creatures, but which ones spawn and how many you can get max etc. confused me all the way up to the end
  • There's no "priority list" like in games such at the Settlers where you can force certain actions to have priority over other. For example where to bring defeated monsters (to the crypt, or the prison for.. other uses? :D ).
  • It felt easier than the Dungeon Keeper series. Then again I was younger when I played that so it could've been due to that, too.

I would've loved if the game had even more rooms and "forces" you to decide on a certain build, like focussing on sorcery, invest heavily into beasts, conversion of enemies, traps & alchemy, or just raw muscle power via the training room. Right now you can do everything really well and I often ended up trying to challenge myself by picking one.

All in all, an awesome game!
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
15.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
TLDR: Buy the game if you loved DK1 and / or DK2. If your new to the "franchise" buy it still, you won't regret it, especially if you love dark humour and room building.


As many others have written, this game brings the tear for nostalgia running down your cheek when you launch the first mission. The Dungeon Keeper and DK2 aspect of this game is there, the room building, even the imps have the same animation. I was so surprised how close to the "old thing" it was, and how well the old games bugs and glitches were fixed.

As I said, it's quite the nostalgia trip.

One thing to note though, and I'm sure the devs of this game are aware and trying to fix is that this game has a minor memory leak on longer sessions. Approx. 6 hours in you'll start to freeze lag etc, but is easily fixed through killing the program and starting again, just remember to save your progress. :)

One thing that I'd hope is that this game would somehow intertwine the story of where DK2 was headed, as the story was awesome, even though the animation was crap in todays world. But I did feel like the story did somehow intertwine a little with DK2 and DK1 especially.

Another request for the developers is the lack of Windowed Fullscreen mode :)
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
Before we even get in to gameplay - I feel I have to point out just how much time and effort the dev team have put into this game since the days of early release. When the game first came out in beta - touted as the spiritual successor to DK2, it was full of bugs, glitches, frustrations and was pretty unplayable.
Fast forward to now, and we have what's basically a different game to when it started; with huge patches, and now an official expansion pack. What a journey - and I have to give credit where credit is due to the developers, in regards to their time, effort, and the way they've interacted and responded to the community feedback.

The game itself - in my opinion is everything we could have hoped for, if there ever was an official DK3. Updated graphics, new (very inventive) units, spells, skills; but of course all the original charm of the series we love, including the voice work! :)
Really enjoying playing this, and presume I will contunue to do so for some time. To all fans of dungeon sims - don't hesitate. I don't think you'll be disappointed! Welcome back Underlords.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
I held off getting this game for awhile because I figured it was another cheap Dungeon Keeper knockoff. Now that I've played it I can definitely say that it's a worthy successor to DK2. More than just a graphical upgrade, with the addition of quality of life improvements like Warbands and Impasses, useful spells like Replacement Earth, and new mechanics like rituals, alchemy, and titans, War for the Overworld is actually a nice improvement over the Dungeon Keeper games, pretty much fixing all the things that were annoying or hard to manage while still adding new complexities and strategies. Skirmish mode and multiplayer make a welcome return as well.

Some people report that the game is buggy, but I have only run into a couple small glitches, mostly in the form of minion animations that don't look quite right.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
66.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
An almost perfect match for the original duegeon keeper. Its a perfext way to kill time and keep yourself entertained.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
17.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
Everything I had hoped for and more!

First off: I'm a very old fan of the original Dungeon Keeper series from Bullfrog - so many games that have been called "Dungeon Keeper clones" or spiritual sequels have just not lived up to the hype, so when this game came out, I was skeptical.

Despite this, I do admit to buying Early Access when the game consisted of nothing but square digging and imp slapping. I bought it, set it aside, and waited for the release message to check it out.

This is one of the very few games coming out of Early Access that truly realized their potential. It has everything - the exploration, the dungeon building, a large variety of creatures with different looks and likes/dislikes, in depth magic and room progression trees, and - of course - the ability to slap your imps.

10/10 would back again.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
This game looks and feels like Dungeon Keeper. Polished, looking better than ever. Less jokes, different creature names, few new mechanics. For me this is DK 2.5.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
37.7 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
This game keeps on giving!
These devs are amazing at what they do. Game play was medicore at best when I first aquired this on steam, since, it has turned into something totally different and unique.

Graphics are nice, the units all feel unique in abilities and what they offer your dungeon, the recent expansion added other ways t play as well, made the strategy more, strategic if you will. What a simply amazing piece of software this is:)

So ya, I reccommend this game to anyone looking for a fun dungeon builder that requires brains to play!

Oh, P.S. These Devs are constantly listening to the people and providing Quality Updates, not some dev that says they listen but then always do what they want, these Guys do it right.
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
15.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 27
It's good to be bad.
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+ great performance on my pc
+ solid story
+ funny
+ great voice acting
+ nostalgia
+ everything you would expect from a DK successor

- occasionally glitched units
- feels a bit too easy at times
- story feels a bit short


Verdict:
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a worthy DK successor thus a must have for DK fans
a hot tip for god game fans (get it at 10% off or less)
mediocre for strategy gamers (don't expect too much of a challenge)
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
Recommended
22.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 27
This is Dungeon Keeper 3... PLain and simple. If you loved DK 1& 2 you will absolutely love this game. Stop thinking and buy it now.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
23.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
While I generally think this game is a thumbs up, I can't say I am entirely happy with the level of polish... or lack there of.

It truly feels like a sequel or spiritual successor to Dungeon Keeper 2, but seems to lack a little of the heart that went into that title. It has a similar sense of humor, but maybe a bit more drab than the old DK franchise. I can see that the devs loved DK and wanted to make this as close to that concept as possible, but in too many places it falls just shy of the potential.

The old Dungeon Keeper games had some bad bugs in them that made them almost inplayable at times and unfortunately this game does follow that same trend as well. That being said, the devs have not given up on this game and appear to be trying to fix, improve, and expand on the game months after it's full release, so here is to hoping this game gets enough love from both players and devs over time.

All said, it does feel like Dungeon Keeper 2.5... I just wish it had felt more like Dungeon Keeper 3. But still a fun game and if you want to try something new or something old that feels new again, give this game a try. Worth a play.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
96.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
I renamed a shortcut of this game to "Dungeon Keeper 3". Because that's what it is. I waited for Dungeon Keeper 3 for a decade, and wasn't disappointed in WftO in the least.

It has the same core mechanics, the same dark humor and even the same voice actor for narration, while adding new elements into the mix, such as very nice visuals, new creatures, new rooms, new spells (+ rituals, really OP spells which cost no mana, but have to be channeled in a special room first), new story and sins system (think of a skill tree, but with rooms/spells/constructs instead of usual skills).

Also, there are skins for dungeons. And they all are amazing.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
I wanna play as human race too~ haha
Maybe you guys should add new features such as new races or factions.
Since this is War for the Overworld, why not make some different terrain such as water world, rocky world, snow world, skies, grass land or mixed
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
As a longtime fan of Bullfrog's Dungeon Keeper series, I came into WFTO with lofty expectations. It's for this reason that I feel it would be impossible for me to write an unbiased review of the game based entirely upon its own merits, so I'm not going to try.

This *is* Dungeon Keeper 3; and thus far, it has satisfied or exceeded my expectations on every level.

If you're like me and you've been waiting for all the bugs and nasty bits to be hammered out before you spend your money, the time has come. With the release of the Gold Rush patch and DLC, the game is technically solid, artistically inspired, full of content, brimming with devious personality, and one hell of a good time for god-game enthusiasts.
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