Castle Conqueror: Heroes DS

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  • Summary: When, fearing the outbreak of war, the government of the Green Planet surrendered to “The Empire”, The Empire sent a commander called Vilost to the planet. The new rulers then imposed heavy taxes and assumed military control, leaving the people to suffer extreme hardship under the strictWhen, fearing the outbreak of war, the government of the Green Planet surrendered to “The Empire”, The Empire sent a commander called Vilost to the planet. The new rulers then imposed heavy taxes and assumed military control, leaving the people to suffer extreme hardship under the strict regime. A revolt finally broke out, and a rebel leader emerged in the south of the planet. With the leader, the revolt grew in strength and number against The Empire. The leader is a woman called Veronica, and she is attempting to release the citizens imprisoned by the regime who are eager to join her rebel army. You were once a great soldier. In joining the revolt, your objective, as well as that of your new forces, is to drive The Empire from your planet! Collapse
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  1. Nov 14, 2011
    90
    There's very little that Castle Conqueror - Heroes doesn't get right. It's challenging, addictive and continuously surprising. While its adoption of a turn-based structure is bound to leave some fans of the previous games scratching their heads, we think the gamble paid off in spades, and the end result is a strong title that's bursting with challenging missions. Castle Conqueror - Heroes is the best entry yet in a very enjoyable series, and we recommend it easily.
  2. Nov 12, 2011
    75
    Castle Conqueror -- Heroes won't win any awards on presentation, as its visuals are stiff and its sound effects and music are forgettable. But tactics gamers that can overlook its lack of eye candy and confusing name (really, these aren't castles you're conquering) could very well find a fresh portable fix for their genre of choice right here.