Demons of the Past is the epic new chapter of SpellForce, the unique blend of RPG and RTS. Experience this worthy conclusion of all previous games in the SpellForce-series. Check out the new single player campaign with 25+ hours of gameplay, in which nearly all races are playable – Pact, Clan, Shaikan…The StoryZazhut is free, and his...
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“It is an interesting and fun experience, especially more so for people that haven't tried the role-playing and real-time strategy cocktail before.”
8.5/10 – Softpedia

“Spellforce 2: Demons of the Past is a great game with plenty of content and addictive gameplay.”
7.6/10 – OnlySP

“Overall if you’re looking for an epic campaign story and a fun multiplayer this is the game for you.”
8/10 – Pure News

Sobre este jogo

Demons of the Past is the epic new chapter of SpellForce, the unique blend of RPG and RTS. Experience this worthy conclusion of all previous games in the SpellForce-series. Check out the new single player campaign with 25+ hours of gameplay, in which nearly all races are playable – Pact, Clan, Shaikan…

The Story

Zazhut is free, and his wrath now descends upon Eo. The Shaikan are hopelessly outnumbered – but you, an Elder of the Shaikan, are not willing to give up hope. Joined by companions old and new, you head out towards the Realm of the Gods, for only they seem able to oppose Zazhut's power.


However, the Gods play a game of their own, and don't seem to be inclined to help you... The fate of Eo now rests within your hands; face the demons of the past, collect information about Zazhut and banish evil from this world, once and for all. Much has changed in time... are your foes as dangerous and your friends as faithful as they used to be?

Key Features

  • 5 totally new worlds – 8 worlds in total
  • Many side quests and optional gameplay (Around 50 main quests and around 40 sidequests with lots of subquests)
  • A gripping story that continues the narrative of all previous SpellForce games
  • A lot of new items and item sets (used as rewards, loot and at merchants), new spells, new weapons
  • Various Single- and Multiplayer modes: Campaign, Free game, Free game Coop, Skirmish, Domination
  • First SpellForce series appearance: Survival multiplayer mode up to 3 players with new Boss Fight mode
  • Major Engine & Technical Re-Design/Re-Work
  • Choose between a Female and Male Avatar
  • Stand Alone Add-On, no previous SpellForce titles are required to play Demons of the Past

Requisitos de sistema

    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP SP 3/Windows VISTA SP 2/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processador: AMD/INTEL Dual-Core 2.4 GHZ
    • Memória: 1024 MB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: 512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card with shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 9 GB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • Outras observações: Nvidia GeForce 8800 / AMD Radeon HD 3870 or better. Other cards may work, but are not explicitly supported.
    Recomendados:
    • SO: Windows XP SP 3/Windows VISTA SP 2/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processador: AMD/INTEL Dual-Core 3.2 GHZ
    • Memória: 2048 MB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: 2048 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card with shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 9 GB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c compatible
    • Outras observações: Nvidia GeForce 560 / AMD Radeon HD 6850 or better. Other cards may work, but are not explicitly supported.
Análises úteis de usuários
6 de 6 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
2 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
88.1 horas registradas
Publicada: 10 de janeiro
I did it for me.
I liked it.
I was good at it.


You can add me to party up for a co-op or suvival-mode anytime.
Maybe.. i'm not always ready or in the mood to play this game but i will be someday so don't be shy & add me for spellforce 2 demons of the past.
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7 de 8 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
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18.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 5 de janeiro
This game was such a huge let down. And I hope these reviews get to the developers attention. The first Spellforce was pretty decent, and, unlike this mess, was actually coherent. Spellforce 2 was better. It had an actually driving plot that you could follow and know what was going on, and more than just know what was going on, but know where to go next as well as incorporating some really cool elements of RPG and RTS. In the end Spellforce 2 was a good attempt but needing a great deal of polishing and a little support.

But what happened after? You get a HUGE cliffhanger at the end of Spellforce 2 as you are in a giant city ship saving the world. Well, the recent 2 standalone expansions make NO SENSE WHATSOEVER. This one is a great deal better than the 3rd installment which I could not even bring myself to torment myself through the absolute mess of voice acting and the worst script released under the sun.

Spellforce 2 Demons of the Past forces you to go through a string and series of events and dialogue that makes absolutely no sense if you have not played Spellforce 2, and even less sense if you had actually played it. It seems to have absolutely nothing to do with the other expansions that preceeded it. The entire deliverance is heavily fractured and fragmented and I am certain that is not just due to translation issues, but that it simply is an abysmal script. The presentation is also far worse than Spellforce 2 was as well. You get a bugged intro that you have to start a new game, exit, quit, open, start a new game several times before you finally get the sound for the introduction. But you are not missing anything if you skip it altogether. It makes no sense at all, except that it makes you wonder if it tapped the wrong intro to Craig Un'Shallach in the previous incarnation of the game that had a decent deliverance and, god forbid, an actual coherent string of events to teach you the game as well as to teach you the story.

Once the intro video is over you are getting barked at by 4 dragons 2 ghosts and a captain of the guards, but it doesn't show a gathering, it just shows a dragon poorly rendered or created flopping its jaw up close, then the next, then the next, then the ghost, then the dragon, then you for 1 line. It gave me a huge headache. Mind you, if you skip this you also are not missing anything because it as well makes no coherent sense whatsoever, brand new to the game or not.

Where it's original namesake was a treat to play and progress in and gave you a great experience both in combat, strategy and story, it even gave you a sense of dire importance. This one I am 4th map in of 8, so halfway through the game, and I still am not sure what is going on and am having the hardest time figuring out what the hell people are talking to me about. Was it from Spellforce? Spellforse 2? one of the expansions of each?

Basically this game they didn't even try. The round before it I would give 0 out of 5, Fallen whatever it was so horrible I don't even want to look it up to remind me of its name. This one I give a 1 out of 5. Spellforce 2 I give a 3.5 out of 5 and Spellforce I give a 3 out of 5. Those 2 are worth playing, but the final 2 stand alones for Spellforce 2 should never have been allowed release. Instead of polishing a good game they ripped it apart. What is astonishing is not only did they not follow through with a single aspect of Spellforce 2, it did not even improve a single line of coding or graphics. It is exactly the same as it was on from Spellforce 2 and Spellforce 2 Shadow Wars (Shadow Wars was also decently done, a 3.5 out of 5, it had a compelling deliverance of story and gameplay). Considering it has been a decade since the original platform released you would think they could work out kinks, but the game is barely playable with all of its bugs. It has absolutely no support either.

If this is an indicator of the direction of games from Nordic Games or any company from Eastern Europe I would just flat out not spend a dime on any releases until they can pull their act together. This game came across as a poorly done and lazily approached high school student presentation using an outdated and unrefined game editor from 2002 rather than a developers graphics design and production works of 2006.

It is such a let down because at the end of Spellforce 2 and Spellforce 2 Shadow Wars there was a cliffhanger, showing that a really great storyline was coming up. 10 years later with its 2 later expansions which were nails on chalkboard every moment, barbed wire lacing your clothes grating steal on steal horrible of acting and dialogue just was such a dissapointment. Here I thought they were onto something and they didn't even try, they just wanted some easy money, and not even that much.
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
0.5 horas registradas
Publicada: 5 de novembro de 2015
This game was suprising i usually am very closed minded to alot of the RTS game but this one was a challenge and a lot of fun. i recommend a playthrough.
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91 de 112 pessoas (81%) acharam esta análise útil
34.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 18 de janeiro de 2014
Although Faith in Destiny, the previous (also chronologically) installment of Spellforce series, was slightly disappointing, Demons of the Past is an amazing game, especially for the fans of the Spellforce series.

Gameplay - RTS and RPG mix still exists. Although I always liked Spellforce 1 (platinum edition on Steam)'s RPG system (skill building, etc.) more, the RPG side of Demons of the Past is pretty great still. Many side quests and main quests give you many details about the story, making it long, good and rich. RTS, on the other hand, is really good - challenging, yet easy to do still. The system also makes it easier to use some of the skills, spells and other special abilities. Army often can even do it on their own. It may be a bit hard for the newcomers at the start, but not too hard.

Soundtrack - as always, soundtrack to this new part of the series is pretty good.

Voice acting - it has certainly improved from previous titles.

Bugs - there may be a couple, but nothing too big. They haven't really bothered me.

I haven't played multiplayer with DotP much yet, but previous titles were already a lot of fun. You can even play the campaign with someone cooperatively.

Overall - 4 out of 5. It brings a good end to Spellforce 2, similar to Dragon Storm, and perhaps equally dark to Shadow of the Phoenix. Although the engine is old, it was improved. It may have some bugs and/or a downside or two here and there, but it has been a very enjoyable game with a very good story and also a good to Spellforce 2.
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52 de 57 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
11.5 horas registradas
Publicada: 29 de abril de 2014
Spellforce II: Demons of the Past is an old-looking game, both in graphics and gameplay. There is some kind of narrative value here, but will appeal only to faithful fans of the series.There’s a lot of content here, with a sprawling campaign and varied multiplayer modes, but ultimately it’s not worth the slog of what amounts mostly to tedious battles and glorified fetch quests. Despite this, the core gameplay is solid and the mash-up between RTS and RPG is a lot of fun. If you are a long time fan and follower of Spellforce 2, then I can imagine that Demons of the Past is right up your alley. You’ll easily understand the events surrounding the main storyline, and you will have been used to the nuances of properly playing the game. For everyone else, Demons of the past is a mediocre game that is not particularly memorable.Maybe SpellForce 3 will be a game that anyone will have to play, unfortunately Demons of the Past is for hardcore fans only.
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