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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 838d ago | review

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Review (GamingBolt)

"Possibly Chivalry: Medieval Warfare’s biggest problem is the name. This has got to be the most unfortunately named game ever, considering the quality of the game itself versus the connotations that the name carry. And it’s true, the name does make it sound like a cheap, medieval themed Call of Duty knock off trying to cash in on the craze with a new hook. That, coupled with the fact that it’s an unforgiving multiplayer niche PC game, means that it’s doomed from the start as far as recognition from the general public goes." (Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, PC) 8/10

ATi_Elite  +   838d ago
way better than War of the Roses!

Love chopping heads off! what a bloody good time this game is!

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