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Submitted by ThePoorman 884d ago | review

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Review - GamingShogun

GamingShogun.com writes, "Torn Banner Studios has released their online medieval combat game, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. Players can join one of two factions in each game, the Masonic Order or the Knights of Agatha. Neither is very important, nor is the game’s over-arching storyline. The important focus of the game is that of the combat itself. Players can choose between four classes (Archer, Vanguard, Knight, and Man-at-Arms) – each with their own bonuses and styles. The Knight, for example, is the slow yet heavy..." (Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, PC) -

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