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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 935d ago | review

PCGamer-Elemental: Fallen Enchantress Review

PCG:This might be the first game I’ve ever been given as penance. It’s a standalone expansion for the turn-based strategy game Elemental: War of Magic, which was released in such a shocking state of disrepair that Stardock decided to make this expansion free to everyone who bought the main game at launch. It’s an extreme gesture, but the right one. Elemental: War of Magic was patched drastically and often, but the constant state of flux made it hard to get into. Fundamental game mechanics were being changed, and savegames were usually incompatible between versions. (Elemental: Fallen Enchantress, PC) 85/100

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