Included in the Platinum Edition are three titles:SpellForce: The Order of Dawn In a world beyond imagination... In their immeasurable greed and constant thirst for power, the thirteen most powerful Mages of all time doomed the land, hurling it into an endless spiral of chaos and despair.
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Consigliato dai curatori

"Intriguing Strategy/CRPG mix: This edition comes with The Order of Dawn, Shadow of the Phoenix and Breath of Winter => many hours of strategy fun!"

Recensioni

“There haven't been a lot of games that manage to combine large scale strategy and role-playing together and be successful. Phenomic has made a damn good stab at it with this one though.”
8.2/10 – IGN

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Included in the Platinum Edition are three titles:

SpellForce: The Order of Dawn

In a world beyond imagination...


In their immeasurable greed and constant thirst for power, the thirteen most powerful Mages of all time doomed the land, hurling it into an endless spiral of chaos and despair. Entire countries were wiped out in the blink of an eye when the devastating power of the Elements was unleashed - Elements summoned by dark rituals. Continents shattered like glass, the pieces strewn about like leaves in the wind. Huge armies, bound by the the power of ancient runes, brought war and destruction to the lands that survived the initial onslaught. All that was left were a few islands, connected by magic portals.

Now, only a few years after the end of the Convocation, evil is back - stronger and more powerful than ever before - to finish what was started. Yet there is still hope. The prophecies tell of a human. A human damned to immortality, bound forever by the power of the blood runes…

Soon, the time will come when the power of one may change the destiny of many. For better or for worse...

SpellForce: Shadow of the Phoenix

By means of an enslaved god's life essence a dark necromancer is trying to reanimate the powerful circle mages and make them his unholy servants. Only the power of the Phoenix Stone will be able to prevent the returning of the Circle.


Thus the rune is summoned again to finally put an end to his former slave-masters.

But to free the special power of the Phoenix Stone, the blade of the Shadow Sword is required which is held by the rune warrior of Urgath. The two avatars need to combine their powers and work together to overcome this final enemy.

SpellForce: Breath of Winter

A Prince of Darkness, a Fial Darg, was set free through the Convocation and took over the reign over the Fire Empire. His whish is to bring the Renegades, the Gods of darkness, back to Eo.


For the Ritual, to make that happen, he needs the blood of a first-born Elve. But there is only one more left, Cenwen, the Elve Queen, who lives under the ice where she sings for the mighty dragon Aryn…

  • Innovative game design: The unique mixture of RTS and RPG elements offers a brand new game experience.
  • High degree of identification with the hero-avatar, whose skills and strengths can be improved by the player.
  • Click'n'Fight: This revolutionary control system guarantees instant action, the best possible overview and completely new tactical possibilities in battle.
  • 6 races - Humans, Dwarves, Elves, Dark Elves, Orcs and Trolls - that can be used simultaneously (!) to build settlements and fight battles and more than 30 different enemy races, from cowardly goblins to powerful demons, Fire Angels, Werewolfs and giant Ice Dragons.
  • A multitude of spells, divided into different categories of magic (white, black, elemental, etc.) and enchanted items
  • Awe-inspiring 3D-graphics with zoom levels from isometric to 1st-Person-views
  • Free game in SpellForce – The Breath of Winter: The Avatar can develop and upgrade his skills with every map he plays. This mode enables the player to try out other Avatars abilities without playing the main campaign again.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows XP/2000/Vista 32 Bit
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.5 Ghz or higher
    • Memory: 512 MB Ram or higher (1024 recommended)
    • Graphics: 3D graphics card with 128 MB Ram (GeForce 4Ti or higher) (256 MB Recommended)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB
    • Sound: DirectX compatible
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17 persone su 22 (77%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
68.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 aprile
I could talk about good and bad of Spellforce for ten hours straight, I don't even know what to write here.
The answer to simple question "Should you play it and is it worth 10$?" — Definitely yes.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
19.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 agosto
Guys, honestly:

This game is GREAT! It's not much of a true RTS, it's more like a little bit of an economical base building, in which you will build buildings that are huge and you can walk in third person through your base, which is great!

The races feel extremly different and are all fun to play.

The maps are all well thought out and have you take a different approach to them.

The graphics of course are incredibly dated, but hey, it runs on every potatoe now!

The RPG elements are not that huge, but you can definetly customize your character to your liking. The spells are really creative, especially the mental magic ones. Just try them out in free play!

You can sink hours upon hours into this game. You will remember each and every single track of the music, as it's so greatly done.

Just buy it :) It's worth every buck you pay for it!
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3 persone su 6 (50%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
16.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
I think I'm spoiled by modern day rts games and rpg games, because by comparison this game isn't very good. I remember beating the order of dawn's campaign years ago and I remember the game being better than it actually is. I got halfway through the first campaign before I gave up. Here's a few of my problems.

Translation errors: namely some of the written dialog was in a language I didn't read, like german or swedish or something

BAD voice actors. There were a few good ones, but they were few and far between. The main character's voice was probably the worst of all. I just turned it off sound after a while.

Upgrading units in the store doesn't upgrade units you've already purchased. And this game has multiple powerful upgrades which you get later on, so you wind up with a bunch of underpowered units.

Turrets. ♥♥♥♥ turrets. There are a lot of the things in the game and you can only MELEE them down, even units with ranged attacks. There are no siege units. And you have to manually and REPEATEDLY order your units to punch the towers to death because they frequently bug out and start attacking nothing. An associated problem, there are a limited number of units which can attack a building at a time (thanks to the melee thing) so while the towers are killing your units you have a maybe six or seven of units out of an army of almost a hundred attacking.

And the heroes... o lawd the heroes. These units don't do anything half the time,letting monsters walk right by and attack your workers. The other half of the time they'll walk right up to boss enemies and get themselves killed, instead of using their powerful spells and staying at ranged. They only autocast a few spells, and not the important spells like Heal so you have to manually instruct them to save your army every. single. time.

A lot of the missions seemed poorly designed, being really difficult one moment only to be followed by an easy level. I think part of the problem was the transfer between factions was the culprit for this, because the level gives you the usual amount of enemies but only lets you use first-tier units to fight against it. The designers usually give you access to the last faction's entire tech tree late in the mission (in the form of a Monument to spawn units) to help with this problem. But by the point that those monuments become available its usually too late to matter, because your army needs to be sufficiently large to hold off attacks on your base AND clear the monument AND defend your resource gatherers, which means your army is probably large enough to just win.

Another problem... you know what, I give up. I have no clue how I managed to beat this game when I was young, but I don't have the patience now.
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51 persone su 53 (96%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
55.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 dicembre 2013
The best strategy game I've ever played. A must have for all strategy games lovers.
This game is quite old so don't expect any high-end graphics or controls.
If you have trouble with playing this game on Windows 7 or Vista you can find an .exe on the official forums. This game has a very long campaign and is very fun in the Coop mode with 2 other players. The content of this game is enormous reaching from 6 races with their own buildings, units and technologies to more than 100 different spells for your avatar.
With over 3 campaigns which tell an epic story and a coop mode with over 40 maps which each take approximately about an hour dependig on how you play this game can be fun for a long time.
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41 persone su 45 (91%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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56.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 settembre 2014
SpellForce.. this game, almost perfection
>Game Description
To start, SpellForce is a rather well done hybrid of an RPG and an RTS, with both aspects of the game being rather good. Most of the game revolves around your hero, who is a ''Rune Warrior'', and has the ability to activate different types of monuments and such, which are able to summon Avatars, who are weaker heroes, but a force to be reckoned, especially in RPG maps. You're also able to activate monuments of different races, which are able to summon a specific race's workers or warriors(presuming you meet the requirements). Summoning workers or Avatars also consumes
your rune power, which determines the rate at which the workers or Avatars are summoned, and recovers slowly. Now, for the RTS part, it is combined with the RPG part, as you need to find blueprints to be able to build more advanced buildings or units, and you must also find worker runes to increase the power of your units. The game has 3 lenghty campaigns, and a free play mode. As for me, I'm playing the free play mode currently, where you have free choice of what map you play, or what race you play.
Pros : +Lenghty campaign
+Well-done hybrid of RTS and RPG
+Half-naked women in loading screens
+Plenty of hero customization
Cons : -Somewhat bad translation
-Spells require you to find a higher level scroll to level up
-Walking from one part of the map to another can get tiring at times
[8.5/10]
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