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Bienvenido a la desaparecida era de la caballería, un tiempo de magia y mitos donde deberás gobernar como una de las leyendas vivas de la época: Arturo, hijo de Uther Pendragon y el Único y Futuro Rey del que hablan las profecías.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 24 mayo 2011
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Bienvenido a la desaparecida era de la caballería, un tiempo de magia y mitos donde deberás gobernar como una de las leyendas vivas de la época: Arturo, hijo de Uther Pendragon y el Único y Futuro Rey del que hablan las profecías.
Incluye todo el contenido de King Arthur:
  • King Arthur - The Role-playing Wargame
  • Expansión The Saxons
  • Expansión The Druids
  • DLC Knights and Vassals
  • DLC Legendary Artifacts
Cumple con tu destino y reclama tu derecho al trono de Britania. Envía a tus héroes y a sus seguidores a luchar contra guerreros y monstruos legendarios mientras los santos y las hadas ponen a prueba su valía luchando contra hechiceros y caballeros malvados.

Características principales:

  • Batallas de fantasía en tiempo real: Participa en espectaculares batallas con miles de soldados y héroes de renombre como Sir Lancelot o Merlín
  • Mapa de campaña por turnos: Britania está representada como un mapa topográfico tridimensional
  • Crea tu propia leyenda: La saga del rey Arturo, un relato épico sobre la conquista de Britania, es contada a través de una campaña basada en la historia
  • Tabla de Moralidad: Cada decisión que tomes en el juego influirá en la posición del rey Arturo en la Tabla de Moralidad. Estas decisiones desbloquean contenido especial, aliados, héroes, unidades y acontecimientos
  • Elementos RPG: Los héroes aprenden destrezas, hechizos y habilidades. También pueden usar objetos mágicos o convertirse en señores feudales para encargarse del liderazgo de una provincia

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP SP2 / Vista / 7

    • Procesador: AMD Athlon 3500+ o Intel Pentium IV a 3.4 Ghz

    • Memoria: 1 Gb RAM (XP), 1.5 Gb RAM (Vista / 7)

    • Gráficos: nVidia 6600 (256 Mb) / ATI Radeon X700 (256 Mb)

    • DirectX®: 9.0c o superior

    • Disco Duro: 8 Gb de espacio libre

    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9

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There are some games that take already established concepts and create something new and exciting.Such a game is King Arthur the Role-playing Wargame(short title i know) , a game where you play as king arthur on your mission to unite and conquer all of Britain under your banner.

The game's main innovation is this combination of Total War strategy gamplay and RPG gameplay: You build your armies and go on mass effect like quests, recruit heroes which can level up and use items.Heroes here similar to heroes from the might and magic series and also each has unique stats which when assigned to a territory can improve income or military stats.The game features a great morality sistem where the choices you make during gameplay unlock special units, perks and spells, and also influence the whole story. You can choose between Christianity or The old religion and Righteous or Tyrant , you cannot unlock all bonuses or be two of the same kind, ex you cannot be both tyrant or righteous and also you cannot be christian or pagan at the same time.The sistem works like this,during quests you can choose some answers which add points to either religion or morality.

As you choose pagan or christian the main quests differ and are unique for each but are similar towards the end of the game.The story of the game starts after Arthur pulled the sword out of the stone and is already king,the main story being the aftermath of sword retrieval,the race of the Sidhe called also the faery folk are a race of human like creatures from another dimension and the whole story revolves around them.As a christian player the main story arc revolves around closing the portals to their world and killing them all after (lol) and as a pagan player you find out there are 2 types of Sidhe,the peacefull Seelie and their older more tyrant cousins the Unseelie,which for a pagan player are units in the morality charter towards the end of the game:Seelie for the righteous and the Unseelie for the tyrants.The christian side has more units but some like the marksmen (crossbow) are useless,their spells focus on antimagic and stat improvement buffs making this gameplay feel like the paladin in Warcraft with heals and buffs, on the other side the pagans have alot of spells like lightning bolts,meteors and other destructive spells which make the pagan side more fun and also easier to play,there is one spell called Curse of Shadows which is a cheap overpowered AOE,which can decimate weaker units in seconds also there are pagan units called changelings which are people abducted by the sidhe and brainwashed into obedient soldiers,they are named after seasons : Springborn,Summerbreed,Autumnborn,Winterbreed .

Besides the morality units there are main "neutral" units like cavalry,longbows,axe wielders ,etc which can be upgraded, you also can get unique units from some quests like saxon knights or welsh archers.Speaking of quests,you get them at the beginning of turns or after certain quests chains and there are also secondary quests which are esentially battles where you get an item if you win.

Heroes also are influenced by religion and you can have pagan or christian heroes, some are famous characters from arthurian lore like The green knight,Lancelot,Percival,Gawain and some lesser known heroes like Sir Luncan or Brandias.
The graphics are gorgeous but the game is not well optimized,i can barely get 30 fps and have a strong pc and im not the only one with this problem.Althrough the game looks good when fighting the characters just wave their weapons at eachother and after a while one character dies ,it feels unnatural,the designs of the heroes and characters are unique and very stylish.

Sadly the heroes have no voice acting and there is no direct interaction with them,or between them,also there are no siege mechanics and as such even when fighting an enemy on a building , the battle still takes place in a field,only when fighting an army in a stronghold( main base) you get like a siege but there are no closed doors so you just storm the place.Diplomacy is introduced only in the dlc,you can make some allies early game but they just give you the permission to walk in their territory, in the end you still have to conquer most of the territories.

The music is great , it has a unnique feel and its different for the map screen and for the battle screen.
The game has a huge replay value and also it has 4 dlc's Knights and Vassals,Legendary Artifacts,The Druids and The Saxons which add more hours to play.

The good : Morality System, Graphics, Quests,story
The bad: no diplomacy(the main game has no diplomacy),no siege mechanic,bad optimization

Final rating :8/10
Publicado: 5 abril 2014
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Possibly the best battle simulator I've ever played. Strategy purists may nay-say the RPG elements and/or the city management elements, but I rather enjoyed the side quests. The mash up, somehow, just ends up working, and because of the flexibility of ruling styles and quest outcomes, it's very replayable. Can potentially be played without going into battle courtesy of an autocalc feature, but really, battles are the best feature. The strategy is made a little different with the inclusion of magic, but it's well balanced -- you cannot win by magic alone. It can, at times, feel like a series of very complicated mini-games to balance the RPG, city, political, and military strategy, but I enjoyed it.

Go for it if: "CAVALRY, CHAAAAAAARGE!!!" is your favorite war cry, you love Arthurian legend spinoffs, or just appreciate a complicated strategy game.

Don't do it if: you like playing only one kind of game at a time, prefer guns in your battles, or really don't like mixing magic into your military games.
Publicado: 17 junio 2014
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Excellent game! Rich theme with a great, cohesive Arthurian story. Fun gameplay with so many things going on. Truly epic.
Publicado: 24 abril 2014
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Great Total War type game, Difficulty gets intense in the late/end game.
Publicado: 21 enero 2014
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I see a lot of reviews comparing this to the Total War series, and I honestly don't think this game is in the same league as CA's games. To begin with, I've had severe lag issues on my rig, despite having a fairly beefy setup that has no trouble running games that are far better looking and far more graphically intensive than this one. However, I am willing to concede that this might be an isolated issue, so I'll move on and tell you another reason not to buy this game; it's the B-movie equivalent of the Total War series.
The battle camera is sloppy and unresponsive, the graphics rely on bloom to a ridiculous extent and remind me strongly of NWN2's opening section, and the battle animations are absolutely pathetic, and in my opinion not even on par with those of the first Rome.
On the plus side, the art style can be fairly pretty at times, and I did enjoy the text adventures.
A lot of my dislike comes down to just how poorly this game ran for no justifiable reason, but if you think you can live with the issues I've listed than it's worth the asking price when on sale.
Publicado: 7 mayo 2014
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