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Submitted by rbailey 591d ago | review

Eador: Masters of the Broken World Review – A Magical Rough Diamond I TheKoalition

Asad Quadri of The Koalition writes:
Way back in 2009 in Russia, Snowbird Games released Eador: Genesis, a turn-based strategy game akin to games as King's Bounty, Disciples and Heroes of Might and Magic. In the game you would raise an army to conquer entire shards which in this universe, are entire worlds full of unique geography and entire populations of denizens. The game also had grand-strategy elements where you would manage your conquered settlements as you see fit. In battle you would take your army on the field in a turn-based fashion and utilise magic and steel to crush your foes. The game was praised for it's challenging gameplay and deep strategy mechanics, but unfortunately it never found success outside it's country of origin. Eador: Genesis has recently been released on Good Old Games in English so that it may finally may reach to a wider audience. (Eador: Masters of the Broken World, PC) 75/100

ElectroJade  +   591d ago
Good review. Thanks.

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