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Streifen Sie durch die Wälder von Sherwood, begegnen Sie Angesicht zu Angesicht königlichen Häscher und kämpfen Sie gegen Prinz Johns Truppen in diesem Abenteuer als Edelmann Robin Hood.
Veröffentlichung: 1 Nov. 2002
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“Dieses Spiel hat alles: Üppige Umgebungen lassen Sie eine perfekte Atmosphäre des mittelalterlichen England miterleben und zusammen mit den ausgezeichnet animierten Charakteren werden Sie Teil von Robin Hoods Abenteuern.”
87% – ActionTrip
“…ein fesselndes Spiel, das alle Fans des Strategiegenres für eine Weile in seinen Bann ziehen wird.”
87% – Gamespy
“Robin Hood ist ein unterhaltsames Spiel während einer spannenden, historischen Periode und bietet Ihnen solide taktische Gefechte und wunderschöne Animationen.”
85% – GameZone

Über das Spiel

England im Jahre 1190 – Richard Löwenherz wird gefangen gehalten und sein Bruder Prinz John regiert über die einfachen Bauern mit eiserner Hand und die schiere Größe seiner Armee zwingt sie dazu ihm zu gehorchen. Nur ein Mann kann sich gegen den Unterdrücker wehren, unterstützt von einer kleiner Bande mutiger und loyaler Anhänger. Sein Name ist Robin Hood.

Ziehen Sie durch den dichten Wald von Sherwood, stellen Sie sich Angesicht zu Angesicht königlichen Widersachern und bekämpfen Sie Prinz Johns Truppen, während Sie die Rolle des legendären Nobelmanns Robin Hood übernehmen. Verbünden Sie sich mit Little John und dem Rest der Merry Men, um in diesem Stealth-Echtzeitstrategiespiel um den Thron des wahren Königs zu kämpfen.

Besondere Eigenschaften:

  • Nicht-lineare Kampagne mit über 30 verschiedenen Missionen
  • Missionstypen von Raub und Infiltrieren zum Stürmen von Burgen und Hinterhalten
  • Kombiniert Action und Abenteuer mit taktischen Stealth-Elementen
  • Innovatives Kampfsystem, interagieren Sie mit der Maus während Kämpfen um auf spezielle Kampffähigkeiten zuzugreifen
  • Spielen Sie als Robin Hood, Little John, Friar Tuck oder sogar Maid Marian, insgesamt neun Charaktere, alle mit besonderen Fähigkeiten und Attributen
  • Spektakuläre Grafik mit realistischen Wetterbedingungen wie Tag, Nacht und Nebel
  • Entdecken Sie historische Orte; Sherwood Forest, Nottingham Castle, York und viele mehr


    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
    • Prozessor: 1,0 GHz CPU
    • Speicher: 512 MB
    • Festplatte: 1 GB
    • Grafik: Grafikkarte mit 64 MB Speicher
    • Sound: Soundkarte mit DirectX 9.0c Unterstützung
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    Unterstützt keine NVIDIA GTX 580, GTX 260 oder GTS 250 Grafikkarten.
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2 von 4 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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4.9 Std. insgesamt
Ich kann mich mit Freuden an dieses Spiel erinnern . Es ist ein wunderbares Stealth/Strategy - Game.
Aber es läuft nicht flüssig auf modernen Computern . Ich weiss nicht ob Steam es getestet hat bevor sie es in den Shop gestellt haben aber in der derzeitigen Verfassung ist Robin Hood - Die Legende von Sherwood UNSPIELBAR.
Es läuft mit durchschnittlich 20 FPS bei einem guten System.

Mein System :
Geforce GTX 780 Ti
Intel Core i7-4770
16 GB Arbeitsspeicher
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13.5 Std. insgesamt
Fresh, engaging game with great graphics, entertaining storyline and good gameplay. Played this for hours and hours on end. Definitely would recommend the game, despite the fact that it's almost 10 years old now - it's still beautiful and fun to play!
Verfasst: 27 April 2014
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31.8 Std. insgesamt
Great tactical shooter! Nostalgia and masterpiece. Gripping story, wide variety of activities, classic, beautiful graphics. Wonderful musical score makes this game even more elegant. Perfect game!

Verfasst: 26 April 2014
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54.5 Std. insgesamt
Amazing game! I first found this as a youngster and long regretted never completing it. I recently rediscovered it and within half an hour of playing I was COMPLETELY hooked once more. This game has truly stood the test of time with 3D isometric castles and forest settings that look gorgeous even by today's standards.

The real magic, however, is in the gameplay. Fans of stealth games such as Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed (not to mention the very similar Commandos) will especially enjoy the mechanics of Robin Hood. Citing Robin Hood's iconic chivalrous and humane nature, there is a very strong emphasis on using less-than-lethal force, with different character archetypes equipped with various skills to accomplish this. Isolated enemies can be subdued with a punch from behind; climb onto a rooftop and knock him out from range with a slingshot; or engage in combat and club him in the head.

The AI is relatively basic but very effective. Bodies must be quickly carried out of view to avoid detection (eg. into the nearest house or guard tower), and bound with twine to prevent them raising the alarm and/or returning to their posts when they regain consciousness. If any team member is spotted, or a guard is noticed missing from his post, the enemy will initiate a search of the area and recover any downed comrades they find.

A number of more tactical options provide myriad possibilities for dealing with large groups. Bee hives can be tossed into a crowd to allow Robin's men to quickly slip by in the ensuing confusion, whistles can be used to distract and mislead, purses of gold coins can be tossed in front of underpaid or unsupervised soldiers to prompt an entertaining fight, enticing ale can be dropped in an enemy's path causing them to become drunk and disoriented, agile men can skip around enemies by jumping across rooftops and climbing vines, or a net can be cast over a close group. More skilled enemies, such as knights and commanders, however, will be unconvinced by most of tactics and may even pull their understudies into line.

Lethal force can be used when necessary. Stealth approaches can allow enemies to be strangled to death, or on many occasions detection will force a swordfight. Of course, it wouldn't be a Robin Hood game without archery, and this is indeed a very effective lethal takedown from a safe range (the enemy employs many archers as well, however, and will impressively use other soldiers to shield their own archers from incoming arrows).

The relatively few main castle-based story missions are separated by a large number of targeted ambushes by Robin's crew in Sherwood Forest: the tax man, carts containing food, weapons and gold for the enemy war effort; small groups of passing soldiers; and messengers. The forest settings are not only beautiful but also filled with booby-traps the player can exploit to get the jump on unsuspecting enemy soldiers. I cannot emphasise enough how fantastic these are; the levels are jam-packed with hidden holes in the forest floor, piles of logs that can be pushed over, broad nets that can be triggered to capture anyone standing over them, and groups of friendly NPCs hiding amongst the trees waiting for Robin's signal.

In between missions, a treehouse camp in Sherwood serves as base for the Merry Men. Here, idle NPCs can be instructed to create all of the consumables the player requires during missions (eg. arrows) or trained and sent off to assist in the war.

The castle missions that drive the story forward are, at times, spectacular. The settings are gorgeous, the buildings are grand, and the level design is brilliant. Without spoiling anything, there are several missions later in the story where Robin must sneak around the castle to lower drawbridges, subdue generals and clear enemy archers to allow the rightful king's troops to invade the castle with minimal resistance. On that note, the story is basically about dethroning the king's brother who exploited an opportunity to have the true king kidnapped, thereafter resolving to drive the people into poverty and submission with extreme taxes and harsh discipline.

On a final note, this is a game where the player is truly responsible for creating their own fun. With instant quicksaves and quickloads, it is convenient and appealing to replay the same confrontation many times over to achieve the perfect result. Just as one probably could plough through a mission in Splinter Cell in minutes with an assault rifle, it would be a great shame to so abruptly betray the point of the game: elegant success, rather than simply completing the objective. I found myself replaying some parts MANY times to complete it to my standard of stealth and perfection, or even to maintain the illusion of realism at times where I felt the AI had been a bit incompetent. The game allows up to three planned actions per character to be coordinated simultaneously, which complements the style of the game perfectly (eg. if able to sneak up behind two enemies, you can plan two characters to simultaneously subdue one soldier each, and simply press a button to execute the plan when ready).

It was only towards the end that several of the intermediate missions become slightly tedious and repetitive, and it is great testament to the game that this is true. The maps and objectives differ little, in truth, but the gameplay is so fantastic that there are infinite ways to complete a mission, which is the core reason for the longevity of the entertainment on offer. This is a fantastic game in any era; it comes highly recommended by myself after thoroughly enjoying it- now one of my favourite games of all time.
Verfasst: 16 Februar 2014
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1.9 Std. insgesamt
This game... man this game...

The first time I played this game was when I was like 10. For that era, it had the most beatiful graphics i`ve ever seen in any videogame.
The gameplay can be portrayed as a perfect combination of Age of Empires + Paint. Yeah, not kidding. You actually play the game as if it was AoE and when you get into a fight, you draw ♥♥♥♥ with your mouse to attack. If you draw an inverted & you make an attack that takes time but is sure to ♥♥♥♥ up the enemy, but it also takes all your stamina, leaving you defenseless for like 3 seconds.
You need to think what to do here. Unless you play on easy, you won`t regenerate HP and there is permadeath for your companions. The story-related companions cannot die as long as you have lucky grass, as I call it. But once you are out of those, it`s game over for ya.
Apparently the game has a problem with newer OS but with a simple download of a file from GoG it gets fixed, so it`s cool if you want to play this jewel.
If you want an even more great experience, play this game in Spanish (latinoamerican people only unless you fully understand the language). This is not a joke, the game must be the only one that plays flawlessly in spanish, since the dub is god-like and fits the game and era perfectly like never before.
Verfasst: 13 März 2014
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.7 Std. insgesamt
Eins der Spiele aus meiner Kindheit! Genau deswegen spiele ich es immernoch so gern. Es ist wirklich nicht Leicht, aber das macht den Reiz aus. Strategie mal anders! Das mag zu Gefallen. Und ich find es nach wie vor super! Das mag wohl auch an dem Nostalgiefaktor liegen. Robin Hood ist wirklich schwer, aber es belohnt ein auch mit einer tollen und abwechslungsreichen Spielewelt und einen großen Umfang. Ich find es immer noch Super!
Verfasst: 9 Juli 2013
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