Reign of Swords

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  1. bkram1

    bkram1 Member

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    Has anyone tried this? It's a turned based strategy and IGN gave it a great review.

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  2. Maythius

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    Yeah it's def. a great game. My only gripe is the music which has terrible looping. The gameplay is deep and the pc connectivity is awesome. Keep in mind that you don't control wifi battles, it all depends on the units you use and where you place them, but I prefer it that way, because it makes you feel more like a general. Sorry too much info. If you like strategy; buy it!
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    THE BEST GAME EVER!!!!
    even if you finish campaign mode, you will have everlasting fun with multiplayer mode where you can compete against other people and battle for the throne!

    IF YOU HAVE THIS, ADD ME!!! I'M FATTOTO SCAPTIA
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    hey whats your name in RoS? i want to add you into my rival list
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    Great great great strategy game : best buy
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    This game is amazing.

    The only problem is annoying music looping.. And also the controls can be frustrating at times.

    And one thing I don't get.. When you do a formation order, the troops just move wherever the hell they want, not in any certain order. I wish you could specify an order.

    Also I wish that there was a longer campaign and naval battles. Maybe I'm going too far.

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    This is similar to Agile Forces, except for the fact that it has much more RPG elements. I preferred Agile Forces in some ways, first being the time period and second being that you could take advantage of terrain in a much better way.

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