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Submitted by Rockefellow 1060d ago | review

War of the Roses Review: Middle-Age Mayhem | GamePlox

Gameplox Writes: While I could be chiding the game for its various missteps, I’m instead awaiting bigger and better content and problem-solving patches in the future. It all comes down to the fact that, above all, The War of the Roses succeeds in being a legitimately thrilling game.

It might be lacking a lot of the features other popular multiplayer-based games boast, but for the most part it makes up for it in its ingenuity, from intricate controls to its historically-accurate take on medieval warfare that brilliantly evades the alarming potential for a convoluted mess of strict and unsatisfying gameplay. (PC, War of the Roses) B/A+

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