King's Bounty: The Legend ist ein Abenteuer mit taktischen, rundenbasierten Schlachten und Rollenspielelementen.
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Sehr positiv (768 Reviews) - 93 % der 768 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 23. Sep. 2008

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King's Bounty: The Legend ist ein Adventurespiel mit rundenbasierten taktischen Kämpfen und Rollenspiel-Elementen. In einer märchenhaften Fantasiewelt, bestehend aus furchtlosen Rittern, bösen Magiern, weisen Königen und bildhübschen Prinzessinnen, nimmt sich der Spieler einem Helden an. Ihren Charakter durch die Spielwelt zu führen, sie zu entdecken, Armeen in der Schlacht zu kommandieren und diverse Aufgaben zu meistern, kann zu großartigen Belohnungen oder massiven Niederlagen führen.

Das Gameplay teilt sich in zwei grundlegende Modi: Der Adventure-Modus und der Battle-Modus. Im Adventure-Modus steuert der Spieler seinen Charakter in Echtzeit. Mit einer der zahlreichen Klassen, welche zu Anfang eines neuen Spieles verfügbar sind, bewegt sich der Spieler durch die Abenteuerkarte auf der Suche nach verschiedensten Schätzen, besiegt Ungeheuer und bewältigt Aufgaben, welche ihm vom örtlichen Verwalter aufgetragen werden. Einmal im Battle-Modus, nimmt sich der Spieler der Rolle eines Kriegsherren an, um seine Truppen im rundenbasierten taktischen Kampf anzuführen. Die Schlachten finden auf Land oder zur See, in Katakomben und Burgen oder sogar in einigen Gegenständen statt! Der Held nimmt selbst nicht an der Schlacht teil, hilft seinen Truppen jedoch mit Zaubersprüchen oder der Beschwörung von verschiedenen Kreaturen.

  • Echtzeit (Abenteuer) trifft rundenbasiertes (Schlachten) Gameplay
  • Reichhaltiges Fantasy-Setting und eine Storyline mit einer Vielzahl an Wendungen und unerwarteten Auflösungen
  • Auswahl aus drei verschiedenen Charakteren

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP/Vista™ 32-bit
    • Prozessor: Intel Pentium® 4 2.6 GHz oder Athlon 64 +2800 (Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz oder Athlon 64 +3200 empfohlen)
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM bei XP und 2 GB RAM bei Vista (2GB empfohlen)
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 256MB oder ATI Radeon X800 256MB oder besser (NVIDIA GeForce 7900 512MB oder ATI Radeon X1900 512MB oder besser empfohlen)
    • Sound: DirectX version 9.0c-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Festplatte: 5.5 GB
    • DirectX®: DirectX Version 9.0c (inklusive) oder höher
    • Eingabegeräte: OS-Unterstützte Tastatur und Maus
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OSX 10.6 oder höher
    • Prozessor: Intel Core Duo Prozessor (2 GHz oder besser)
    • Speicher: 1 GB
    • Festplatte: 2,54 GB
    • Grafikkarte: ATI- oder NVIDIA-Grafikkarte mit mindestens 256 MB VRAM
    • Zusätzlich: Bildschirmdiagonale von 15 Zoll oder mehr empfohlen
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Kürzlich:
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Aurumlamina
( 66.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 19. Juli
A well executed hybrid of the RPG and tactical genres, King's Bounty: The Legend is an long and enjoyable game set in a high fantasy world. The story is unique and entertaining, though, it isn't anything that's going to blow your mind and stick with you for years. The character building, army building, and exploration are all very well done, however, and they have managed to seal me in for continuing on to the next game in the King's Bounty series in the future.

The story begins as you graduate from an academy of sorts and are promoted to the position of the king's Treasure Searcher. After a bit of exploration on the first couple of maps and a few starter quests the story begins to unfold and you soon find yourself battling against undead foes, horrific demons, unsavory pirates, and just about every other kind of enemy that you can imagine. I found myself pulled in by the story and each new map reignited my excitement as it brought with it new allies, treasure, and quests that rarely disappointed.

The character building aspect of the game is intuitive and works very well for allowing you to customize your hero as you see fit. At the start of the game you pick a class: Warrior, Paladin, and Mage. Each has their own skill tree which they are most efficient at gaining abilities from, though, they can also pick and choose from other trees once they have acquired the necessary experience. This means that by the end of the game you will most likely have a hybrid of sorts, having picked and chosen which skills fit your playstyle best.

As for the composition of your army, the selection is enormous. Though you can only ever have five different types of units in your army, there are dozens that you will find in your adventures that are recruitable. The leadership mechanic of the game keeps them all viable (more or less) as well. For example, imagine that your hero has a leadership skill of 5,000. This means that you could choose to take an enormously powerful unit like black dragons along with you, but as they require a leadership of 2,500, you would only be able to have two of them in that stack. Meanwhile, you could also recruit peasants, which require five leadership, and you would have a massive gathering of 1,000 of them to send crashing into your enemies' forces. By the end of the game, you'll have found your own favorite mix-and-match setup which might include knights, elves, demons, undead, pirates, and more.

I very much recommend King's Bounty: The Legend to those looking for a game that is very reminiscent of the combat and unit system of Heroes of Might & Magic, especially if they are hoping to get a little bit more of the RPG feel to their game. I spent over sixty hours in a single playthrough and, for the most part, I found myself entertained from start to finish. I will definitely be trying out the next game in the series in the near future and am excited to see what new additions and surprises it may have in store.
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AccidentlyOnPurpose
( 33.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 19. Juli
10/10 - Little Towns, Big Worlds and an Epic Amount of Content!

I’m way late getting to play this game but it’s still amazing even for today's standards! This game really is really withstanding the test of time. The campaign is pretty epic, and just solely finishing the campaign took me about 33 hours!! If you explore everything and complete all the quests you are looking at about 60-70+ hours of gameplay! Not too bad for just a couple bucks. I’m pleased to announce that there are about 4 more games in this series waiting for me and more to come!

The world exploration, story and turn-based grid combat come together in a brilliant fashion and really keep you captivated longer than you could anticipate! A few points to consider to maximize your enjoyment of the game!

1) The font is super small! There is a mod you can drop in the folder to increase text size; this isn’t available for the other games so take advantage of this since the story is really good. Every character and quest has some serious depth if you care to explore!

2) Until you get the hang of things try to stick to the main storyline indicated with a crown. This will ensure you stick to battles that you can win. You won’t be completing a full island at once since different levels of enemies are all around, it can be easy to mistakenly run into an unbeatable enemy.

3) Prevent frustration and use the right mouse button to click on enemies from afar. This will indicate the power level of the enemy ranging from Very Weak to Invincible! If you are wondering you can defeat enemies up to very strong but proceed at your own risk!

Overall, A MASSIVE value no matter how you look at it. It’s only $7! If you complete the campaign only you are looking at about 21 cents an hour for some fantastic gaming! Feel free to drop me a message if you can’t find the mod. I will complete the other games for sure!

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Bastion
( 56.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 18. Juli
Very glad I bought the series bundle. This was a fun game with good mechanics, a good story, good combat, the list goes on and on. No bugs, no complaints.
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The True Conqueror
( 41.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 16. Juli
Excellent game, very colorful, I can see a lot of effort and care was put into the game.
Mind you, I never played the original New World's Computing King's Bounty, so I have no idea if it's as good as this one.
But I can tell you, the game is worth every cent, and right now its super cheap, so if you are a fan of Heroes of Might and Magic game but with more roleplay elements, then I fully recommend it.

Pros
-Colorful eyecandy graphics, very detailed world
-3 classes to choose, and countless different strategies to play each time, so it's replayable
-the game rewards you well for the completed quests
-high score to keep track of your score and trying to improve on each of your run
-lots of quests and side quests
-rich with humor
-lots of units to choose from
-No major difficuilty spikes

Cons
-Some minor glitches might get you stuck
-frame drops happen very rarely but they happen, probably depends on your graphic card
-one of the biggest cons of this game is backtracking. When you have to reinforce your lost units after a tough battle, sometimes you have to walk back all the way to the beginning to reinforce your troops. It turns into busywork later in the game


It gets an 8.5/10 from me.
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BufordTJustice
( 1.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 7. Juli
nothing like the original playstation version i was expecting. play heroes of might and magic instead, a disappointing game indeed.
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Razonix
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 30. Juni
What is there to say about this jewel... It's everything I've ever dreamed of ever since I started playing the Heroes of Might and Magic franchise. I mean, instead of having to deal with micro-management tasks such as building improvements for a certain fort or replenishing troops to increase the defenses, in King's Bounty you only have to worry about which soldiers you're going to recruit to your army and move forward. Of course, there're certain morale penalties if you happen to mix two different kinds that don't really love each other but that's ok, as there're certain items that can help you to neutralize the negative effects. There're a whole lot of different quests to screw with your social life but no problem, you won't feel bad after you're through with it. Other than that, this game is quite random so you never know where to find certain artifact, where you can get to hire some units or what kind of enemy you're going to face, since every game that you start is different than the other. Now for the main aspects of the game: The graphics are beautiful, the soundtrack is simply awesome and the gameplay is quite fluid. This is surely a great reboot of the classical game and I'll always recommend it to anyone who ever asks me about it.
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spy345
( 2.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juni
Installing the game
Off the run after the next program and save
Redo should find that the save file
~~~ Voila! You'll know Hou is able to recognize the file
Damn, I already tried to find a solution to this problem for six hours
I could not solve the problem
So I do not recommend the former King's Bounty series
Of course, if you make an'll recommend a solution
But that day is not today
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raymerchris
( 8.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Juni
There is no sense of advancement in this "game". Just continual, pointless grinding.
I would spend more time writing a more detailed review, but then the game-designers would claim even more of my life.
If you like excruciatingly boring games, this is the one. :P
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The Mi-Go 13
( 33.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Mai
So much fun! Ok, back to playing!
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j0ny_brav0
( 23.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 16. Mai
A Good Game.
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Verfasst: 19. Juli
10/10 - Little Towns, Big Worlds and an Epic Amount of Content!

I’m way late getting to play this game but it’s still amazing even for today's standards! This game really is really withstanding the test of time. The campaign is pretty epic, and just solely finishing the campaign took me about 33 hours!! If you explore everything and complete all the quests you are looking at about 60-70+ hours of gameplay! Not too bad for just a couple bucks. I’m pleased to announce that there are about 4 more games in this series waiting for me and more to come!

The world exploration, story and turn-based grid combat come together in a brilliant fashion and really keep you captivated longer than you could anticipate! A few points to consider to maximize your enjoyment of the game!

1) The font is super small! There is a mod you can drop in the folder to increase text size; this isn’t available for the other games so take advantage of this since the story is really good. Every character and quest has some serious depth if you care to explore!

2) Until you get the hang of things try to stick to the main storyline indicated with a crown. This will ensure you stick to battles that you can win. You won’t be completing a full island at once since different levels of enemies are all around, it can be easy to mistakenly run into an unbeatable enemy.

3) Prevent frustration and use the right mouse button to click on enemies from afar. This will indicate the power level of the enemy ranging from Very Weak to Invincible! If you are wondering you can defeat enemies up to very strong but proceed at your own risk!

Overall, A MASSIVE value no matter how you look at it. It’s only $7! If you complete the campaign only you are looking at about 21 cents an hour for some fantastic gaming! Feel free to drop me a message if you can’t find the mod. I will complete the other games for sure!

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66.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Juli
A well executed hybrid of the RPG and tactical genres, King's Bounty: The Legend is an long and enjoyable game set in a high fantasy world. The story is unique and entertaining, though, it isn't anything that's going to blow your mind and stick with you for years. The character building, army building, and exploration are all very well done, however, and they have managed to seal me in for continuing on to the next game in the King's Bounty series in the future.

The story begins as you graduate from an academy of sorts and are promoted to the position of the king's Treasure Searcher. After a bit of exploration on the first couple of maps and a few starter quests the story begins to unfold and you soon find yourself battling against undead foes, horrific demons, unsavory pirates, and just about every other kind of enemy that you can imagine. I found myself pulled in by the story and each new map reignited my excitement as it brought with it new allies, treasure, and quests that rarely disappointed.

The character building aspect of the game is intuitive and works very well for allowing you to customize your hero as you see fit. At the start of the game you pick a class: Warrior, Paladin, and Mage. Each has their own skill tree which they are most efficient at gaining abilities from, though, they can also pick and choose from other trees once they have acquired the necessary experience. This means that by the end of the game you will most likely have a hybrid of sorts, having picked and chosen which skills fit your playstyle best.

As for the composition of your army, the selection is enormous. Though you can only ever have five different types of units in your army, there are dozens that you will find in your adventures that are recruitable. The leadership mechanic of the game keeps them all viable (more or less) as well. For example, imagine that your hero has a leadership skill of 5,000. This means that you could choose to take an enormously powerful unit like black dragons along with you, but as they require a leadership of 2,500, you would only be able to have two of them in that stack. Meanwhile, you could also recruit peasants, which require five leadership, and you would have a massive gathering of 1,000 of them to send crashing into your enemies' forces. By the end of the game, you'll have found your own favorite mix-and-match setup which might include knights, elves, demons, undead, pirates, and more.

I very much recommend King's Bounty: The Legend to those looking for a game that is very reminiscent of the combat and unit system of Heroes of Might & Magic, especially if they are hoping to get a little bit more of the RPG feel to their game. I spent over sixty hours in a single playthrough and, for the most part, I found myself entertained from start to finish. I will definitely be trying out the next game in the series in the near future and am excited to see what new additions and surprises it may have in store.
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41.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Juli
Excellent game, very colorful, I can see a lot of effort and care was put into the game.
Mind you, I never played the original New World's Computing King's Bounty, so I have no idea if it's as good as this one.
But I can tell you, the game is worth every cent, and right now its super cheap, so if you are a fan of Heroes of Might and Magic game but with more roleplay elements, then I fully recommend it.

Pros
-Colorful eyecandy graphics, very detailed world
-3 classes to choose, and countless different strategies to play each time, so it's replayable
-the game rewards you well for the completed quests
-high score to keep track of your score and trying to improve on each of your run
-lots of quests and side quests
-rich with humor
-lots of units to choose from
-No major difficuilty spikes

Cons
-Some minor glitches might get you stuck
-frame drops happen very rarely but they happen, probably depends on your graphic card
-one of the biggest cons of this game is backtracking. When you have to reinforce your lost units after a tough battle, sometimes you have to walk back all the way to the beginning to reinforce your troops. It turns into busywork later in the game


It gets an 8.5/10 from me.
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56.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Juli
Very glad I bought the series bundle. This was a fun game with good mechanics, a good story, good combat, the list goes on and on. No bugs, no complaints.
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0.9 Std. insgesamt
Vorveröffentlichungsreview
Verfasst: 25. November 2013
Ich habe Kings Bounty damals noch als Importversion auf dem Sega Megadrive gespielt und es war schon damals ein Zeitfresser!

Die Neuauflage hat es wirklich gut geschafft, das einfache aber motivierende Grundprinzip zu erweitern und zu modernisieren ohne den Suchtfaktor zu schmälern. Die Grafik ist zeitgemäss, sowie niedlich, die Quests und Stories sind zweckmässig mit einer Prise Humor und schaffen Atmosphäre, die spielinhaltlichen Erweiterungen wie der "Rage" Wert sind interessante Optionen und der Wiederspielwert ist enorm hoch.

Auch auf die Nachfolger sollte man einen Blick werfen, "Armored Princess" und "Warriors in the North"
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100.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Juni 2013
Sieht aus wie "Heroes of Might and Magic", spielt sich auch wie "Heroes of Might and Magic" – nur ohne Städtebau. Ist das spannend? Und wie! Das leveln des Helden macht dank Wutgeistern, Fähigkeitsbäumen, den vielen Items und Zaubersprüchen, sowie einer Unzahl an Einheitentypen verdammt viel Spaß. Veteranen der oben genannten Reihe werden sich sofort heimisch fühlen, denn das Spiel zeigt eindrucksvoll, dass Spielspaß mehr ist als die Summer einzelner Features, technischer Raffinessen und Kritikpunkte. Wer sich darauf einlässt und über einige Stolpersteine, wie die langen Laufwege oder die vielen Textpassagen, hinweg sieht, dem eröffnet sich eine wundervoll charmante Fantasy-Welt samt motivierender Rollenspiel-Mechanik.

Für "Heroes of Might and Magic"-Fans eine Offenbarung, für alle anderen ein Geheimtipp.
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116.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. April 2015
Ich als großer Heroes of Might and Magic und Fire Emblem Fan, kann den Lesern dieses Spiel nahelegen.

Es gibt zwei Phasen in dem Spiel, Overworld und Battle. Overworld ist Echtzeit, in dem die Mobs frei umherlaufen, Aggro ziehen und Standorte bewachen. In der Overworld kann man diese Mobs von den Goodies wegziehen und sie schon einsammeln, bevor es zum Gefecht kommt. Taktische Manöver sind hier hochgefragt.
Battle tritt ein, sobald man in einen Mob geht oder ein Event triggert. So oder so, landet man dann in dem altbekannten Heroes of Might and Magic Rundenbasiertem Kampfsystem.

Es gibt hier im Gegensatz zu Heroes eine Variable, die einem das Spiel nicht durch "rushen" lässt - Führung. Einheiten haben alle eine Führungsvariable. Bauern 10, Bogenschützen 20, etc. Man selbst startet entsprechend mit sehr wenig Führungspunkten (500 warens glaube ich). Führung bekommt man durch Flaggen die auf der Welt verteilt sind (hinter starken Mobs) und natürlich zu Weihnachten... oh, ich meinte beim Level up. hehe

Da man unendlich Mana benutzen kann, indem man es in der Universität wieder auflädt, ist (eigentlich) die einzige Ressource Gold, die in dem Spiel rapide ausläuft, wenn man nicht aufpasst. Denn Einheiten sterben und neue Einheiten kosten Gold. Ich spiele das Spiel auf Unmöglich, etwas minderes wäre meiner nicht angemessen, daher ist Gold in diesem Spiel das höchste Gut und der perfekte Weg irgendwie aus dem Gold Schaden, Verteidigung und Magie rauszuschlagen.

Ich spiele das Spiel jetzt schon den dritten Tag (38 Stunden Rohspielzeit) und bin "erst" Level 12.

Für die Fire Emblem Spieler, hier ist hohes taktisches Verständnis gefragt, ihr solltet wahrscheinlich mit dem Lunatic Mode vertraut sein, wenn ihr wisst, was ich meine.

Alles in allem, freue ich mich noch weiterhin auf dieses Spiel und die kommenden 3 Teile, die ich dazu gekauft habe.
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68.4 Std. insgesamt
Vorveröffentlichungsreview
Verfasst: 12. Januar 2011
Wie Heroes of Might and Magic, aber man steuert nur einen Helden eine ganze Kampagne über und hat keine eigene Stadt. Mehr Rollenspiel als Strategie!
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140.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Januar 2014
Für mich war die King's Bounty-Reihe die Entdeckung des Jahres. Strategiespiel mit einem Hauch Rollenspiel. Sieht auf den ersten Blick nach Fantasy-Kitsch aus, nimmt sich dann aber selber nicht so ernst.
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0.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. April 2015
10/10 it was ok IGN
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