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Submitted by Lucario 1025d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: King Arthur II The Role-Playing War Game Review

DHGF: King Arthur II The Role-Playing War Game offers an interesting mix of role-playing and real time strategy genre coupled with some very impressive, if sometimes buggy, graphics. If you can get around the somewhat lackluster controls, the game is pretty solid and offers an interesting take on the Arthurian legend, picking up where they left off with the first game. The Dead Legions expansion that came with the pre-order is almost a must buy for the game itself, as it sets you up much nicer in the game proper. While not a bad outing, it didn’t really satisfy my strategy game or role-playing game itch, but it did provide quite a number of hours of fun. If you’re into war games and the Arthurian legend though, I’d say this is a must have. (King Arthur II: The Role-Playing Wargame, PC) -

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