Warrior Kings: Battles maintains the excitement that made Warrior Kings a leading RTS. It is a stand-alone title that adds a new strategic and tactical dimension to the series.
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Data de lançamento: 30/set/2003

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Warrior Kings: Battles comes complete with a full skirmish mode, boasting a proficiency of computer AI not yet seen in an RTS product. AI Generals build a functioning economy, offensive/defensive armies, correctly control formations, and intelligently probe your defenses, looking for your weak points. AI Diplomacy, a major new feature, makes you think you are playing a human opponent(s), giving a new depth to gaming.


Unparalleled real-time strategy gaming, using radical 3D technology to bring terrain, provinces and cultures alive like no other games in the genre

Use real military tactics with a supreme range of combat tools - select from cavalry, rocket launchers, catapults, spies, war elephants, arch druids, elementals, golems, summoned beings and many more! Strategically use terrain, arms and formations to beat all others

Advanced A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) computer opponents probe your defences and find weaknesses unlike any other strategy game. AI Generals even seek to win alliances and will bargain with you to gain the upper hand!

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows 98/2000/Me/Xp
    • Processor: 733 MHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 16 MB 3D card
    • DirectX: Version 8.1
    • Hard Drive: 800 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: *Not supported for Windows 8*
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7 de 9 pessoas (78%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
4.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de abril
It's like Stronghold...With a lot more ♥♥♥♥! I CAN START GENOCIDES...KIND OF! I mean, I can go from doing Crusader things, to being a Pagan, to doing art. This game is fuuuuuuuuuuuun, mayne. It has a pretty funky soundtrack, too. But really, for all of you Stalin-want-to-be people. Genocide.
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de abril
In short, Great game, I have played this before it came out on steam... When I did play it, which was for an hour offline (why it says 13 minutes) it felt like it flowed well and that it was free from glitchess... The original I spent hours playing like I did with Redalert back in the day and like I do now with Supremme Commander.

This is a deepand rich RTS with many types of troop and a genuinely unique way to determine your faction that you dont find often in RTS games...

Combat is good, economy is reasonably deep and there are quite alot of choices and units to build/use.

Skirmish allows many CPU 'Gernal types and apparently has support for Multiplayer, which I wil show in the follow you tube video (I am not the author of this video but looks like a decent enough illustration).

Battles always felt better to play than the original and was far less Glitchey, though I do think 'Black Cactus have learnt a few lessons in Programme design since they first started out, as this felt better when I ran it on steam...

I Heartily recommend this title : here's a video of a sample battle,,, but most battles are more compelx than this - as any pure RTS goes...

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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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17.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 15 de agosto
sacrificed peasants to summon satan.

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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de agosto
Good game.

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55 de 60 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
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4.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de maio de 2014
I seldom write reviews for games, but I feel compelled to write one for this stellar game.

I bought this game back when it came out originally, and I have played it frequently over the years. So while my steam hours are very low, I can assure you I have sunk a significant amount of time into this game over the years!

WK:B is/was the sorta-sequel to Warrior Kings.It's essentially just a more polished version which added better MultiPlayer options, more AI options and a Skirmish mode.

The Good:
WK:B has some fantastic concepts that still make it stand out to me today.

You don't choose a faction when you start a round. Rather as you play, you choose which tech you want to explore which opens up/removes some options from the tech tree. This is great for multiplayer because unlike virtually all RTS, you never know for certain what your opponent will be building in each round.

The variety of troops/vehicles is great, and there are some very entertaining units.

Supply lines are implemented in a way that heavily affects your strategy. In order to actually support your eventual army you need villagers working in your villages collecting goods, which are then need to be transported via wagon back to your home base for use. (Which all happens automatically). The actual wagons themselves can be attacked and destroyed/looted by the enemy. Certain troops (projectiles) will need ammo during ammo from Supply Wagons, which eat away from your resource pool.

Villagers that go and collect wood, stone and gold actually cut down trees, and eventually will remove them from the map, which not only looks cool but adds more strategy.

If you go the pagan route in the tech tree, you can build a giant wickerman and while sacrificing your peasants at its burning feet release a giant red demon (Abidos) that runs around the map hunting your opponents.

It is possible to play this multiplayer over the internet via a virtual LAN (via hamachi or something like that), which is probably why this is being listed as Single Player as you can't play directly via steam.

There is a ton of maps in the game. (They have to be unlocked in the campaign before you can play them in skirmish mode though)

The Bad:
You can't play multiplayer without messing about with a VPN.

It's old, and while there is a mod to allow better resolutions, it doesn't look good by 2014 standards :)

There are lots of little glitches in the game that can be frustrating. Mostly around pathing for your troops. There is a formation feature, but its not very well implemented.

As with most RTS, the AI doesn't have much I (intelligence). So after a while you will find it hard to be challenged unless you are outnumbered by opponents.

This one could be good/bad depending on what you are looking for, but a full game on a large map with several human opponents can last for a long long time! (On the bright side, you can save the game and return to it another time)

Bottom Line - At it's core this is a great strategy game. If you love RTS and missed this one when first came out, give it a shot! (Make sure you enable "Free Look" in the options, which allows you full camera control (mmb) rather than the silly default camera view)
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