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Acheter Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword

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23 février

Chinese Translation Updated

Hello all, just a little update to let you know that the small update you received was to improve the Chinese Translations for the game, which you can select from the game's config window. Shouldn't affect anything else, so don't worry about it if you're not interested in Chinese :).

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20 février

Caribbean! is now released!

Hello Mount & Bladers!

Today marks the day that Caribbean! goes on full release. After almost a year of Early Access, Snowbird Game Studios (developers of With Fire and Sword) have worked with your suggestions to bring you this release version! It's a unique project and a very different game from when it was first made playable.

As reflected by the name, this project isn't a TaleWorlds or Mount & Blade game but a project developed by Snowbird Game Studios, using a licensed version of Warband's engine, tailored in areas to the specific needs of the title. Given that, you can expect to see a lot of differences, when compared to games from the Mount & Blade franchise.

Caribbean! is now available to purchase on Steam.

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À propos de ce jeu

Dans un monde ouvert choisissez vos alliés, vos ennemis, les provinces à conquérir, les châteaux à assiéger et les quêtes à remplir. Fire & Sword se base sur le système de combat de Mount & Blade: Warband. Des armes à feu ont fait leur apparition sur le champ de bataille. Mousquets et pistolets peuvent être utilisé en combat au corps à corps. Pour aller au-delà du mode solo, Fire & Sword comprend également un mode multijoueur et le nouveau mode 'Captain'.

Comprend :

  • Une nouvelle histoire basée sur une nouvelle culte : "With Fire and Sword", du prix Nobel Henry Sienkiewicz.
  • Un nouveau siècle avec des pistolets, des mousquets, des grenades et d'autres armes.
  • Des armées personnalisables. Les joueurs pouvant personnaliser leurs soldats.
  • Quêtes additionnelles. Intrigues politiques et factions. Toujours plus d'aventures dans un monde nouveau.
  • Plusieurs fins possible pour plus de jouabilité.
  • Recherche historique de premier plan pour une profondeur de jeu exceptionnelle.
  • Action multijoueur nerveuse avec la nouvelle dimension des armes à feu.
  • Histoires avec des quêtes spéciales dites des 'particular faction'.
  • Quêtes additionnelles.
  • Armes à feu. Une toute nouvelle dimension stratégique.
  • Option pour assiéger les villes ou les châteaux.
  • Nouvelles cartes multijoueurs avec le mode 'Captain Team Deathmatch'.

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : XP / Vista / Windows 7
    • Processeur : 2.1 GHz ou meilleur
    • Mémoire vive : 1.2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 900 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : Carte comportant au minimum 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX
    • Version DirectX® : 9.0c
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Posté le : 14 janvier
10/10, be a slav and squat around the amazing land of virtual slavland, its the fun of slavland but without the cold weather, track suits, and angry russian teenagers

EDIT:
I am surprised more than 3 people rated this comment. Anyway this game may not be for everyone due to hard difficulty and starting out may be slow, but other than that the game is very fun and it is rather refreshing seeing a game which can be entertaining as hell and historically educational.
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Posté le : 8 janvier
I will lead your armies to victory. Then marry your daughters.
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Posté le : 28 février
I honestly love this game, despite the many things that are much worse than Warband. For one, the graphics are a tad worse (not that i care anyway) and personally i find some of the armour in this game to be absolutely hideous, understanding that this is a different culture of course. but lets get to a list, shall we?

Pros:
-Guns!
-Explosives!
-crouching!
-seems to run smoother than Warband
-You can hire and customize mercenaries of your choice
-more indepth caravan system
-fighting feels more challenging, in a good way
-for sieges, there are more options to choose from before commencing the assualt. also you can blow holes in the wall
-this is more of a personal thing, but, different cultures and factions, like Sweden and Poland (although i do love Warband's factions)
-you can have a not-so-fancy-gentlemen's-duel with random drunk tavern guests, (this is where the thrust only swords can come in handy)

Cons:
-Enemy firearms can be OP at low levels
-some weapons are specifically thrust only
-rather boring early game
-the map is rather bland compared to Warband
-the explosives have a limit, if you have 5 bombs and use 5 bombs in one battle, you have to buy another 5 bombs because the other 5 bombs get removed from your inventory
-Modding is more limited, unlike Warband's Module system (however, there is a WFAS enhanced mod that makes the game awesome)


That is about all i can think of right now. If you do get this game, look into the WFAS enhanced mod i mentioned above to make your experience a bit better.
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Posté le : 5 avril
Tis a good but nuanced game. I could only recommend it to people who really like Mount & Blade and are interested in Polish history. Game has promised patches that never came, the "Black Mace" story quest (Ukraine/Zhaparozhie) is still broken IIRC haven't done it recently. The game is also incredibly imbalanced and the firearms are the worst of it.

The sad part is that it's not the inclusion of the firearms, but rather their mechanics. You can reload a a full-length rifle while galloping on horseback, I'm not even exaggerating sadly.

Like I said good but nuanced game. Only buy if you really like M&B and Polish history.
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Posté le : 14 mars
okay my review:
Maps 5.5/10.0
Well you might ask me: why so low score? just because they didnt make castles historically accurate, and just a few unique buildings, while the eastern europe was filled of them. Example: my country's capital Vilna (Lithuanian spelling: Vilnius) had a river getting into two pieces, a very steep hill with a great tower on top and walls surrounding. the tower on hill is even today staying there. you could google it too. Trakai, that village nearby, was no worse, it had huge great fort in a island which was in a huge lake, altho what i've seen was a random village with a few houses ingame. The map could've been more accurate.
Combat + Units 8.0/10.0
The game, has great combat, altho sometimes AI gets easily stuck or it forgets to fight and other funny buggy things. sometimes they even bug out so hard, but still its good.
But the units, you could've make a bigger variety of them, because i am pretty sure there was not a lack of unit kinds there. I like the ones that you made, but some are little inaccurate.
Storylines + Quests 7.5/10.0
The Quests from cities are a little boring: if you do much of them, they repeat quickly...
Storylines are good, but sometimes buggy.
Factions 9.5/10
Well they're great, but it would've been more amazing if we wouldve had prussia, ottomans, austrians too!

Overall calculated rating of these things from me is 7.625/10.000
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