Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom: Times Review

It serves up relentless hack-and-slash action in the tradition of games such as Diablo, albeit with swish 3-D visuals and an intriguing (if disjointed) plot. There's no shortage of monsters to kill and, unlike other games of this ilk, it has a wide variety of creatures to fight so you never feel you're slaying an army of clones. At your disposal are numerous weapons, spells and armour, most of which can be upgraded by looting the battlefield after each fight.

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