- Summary: World of Battles: Morningstar takes players to a fierce mythical land where chaos is the norm and humans struggle against ghastly beasts. In this realm, players will grow their army with over 80 unique units, forming alliances and engaging in fierce single and multiplayer battles, with support for up to 8-player PVP! Choose from power-hungry Knights, hardworking Dwarves, savage Barbarians, man-hating Amazons, mysterious Beast Folk, destructive Orcs, treacherous Dark Elves, or the vicious Undead. Each of the eight races plays differently with unique benefits; experiment with each to find your perfect match. Victories yield both experience and gold; customize your army with new units, equipment and items to tip the scales of war. World of Battles: Morningstar takes aim at boxed retail RTS games, requiring equal parts strategy and quick-thinking to cut down the enemy and climb the leaderboards.… Collapse
Apr 29, 2012I like this game cause it gives both space for Strategy on Global Map and for Tactics on Battlefield.
Also as a clan leader i feel myself a king of a small kingdom with real warlords inside, real diplomacy with other leaders, conflicts and so on. For me it does not lag at all, interface is pretty nice and easy to use.
The best strategy game you can find now also with endless potential… Expand
May 6, 2012This game includes tabletop wargame level tactical richness combined with adrenaline-boosting real-time action. An extremely efficient "one click" system of matchmaking provides for balance of battles and optimizes them for the maximum fun of all the participants. A wide range of customizable equipment, which is 100% visually reflected on every soldier in real-time 3D battles, guarantees spectacular sights on the battlefield. And a highly detailed, fully interactive Global Map introduces a completely new meaning to Clan Wars and Land Owning. Its realy nice to play with friend!… Expand
Apr 28, 2012Seems good so far! There is much unit customization, and it is fun having battles with multiple players at a time. The graphics are great, I have not seen rts mmo's with graphics these neat for some time, and it is rewarding seeing the equipment you put on your units show up on them in battle. I can see hardcore gamers that are fans of Shogun, Mount and Blade, or League of Legends seeing this game fun and competetive. What's even better is doing a 4v4 match with armies via skype with some freinds, it's interesting to see all of the comotion and strategy that takes place when players control large armies. You can buy stuff in game with real money, but what is cool is you can pay for the stuff via money you make in game anyways, and so far the costs don't seem too rediculous at all. Not only that, but there is a persistant map in which you can have clans battle over, I have engaged in this very little, but it seems like a fun experience. ALSO if you are a fan of Warhammer, I very very highly recommend this game, it seems like some of the lore itself is stemmed from it, and the gameplay mechanics are very similair.… Expand
Mar 11, 2013A great strategi fantasy game, good balance in units and epic battles, i see this as the fantasy version of totalwar with same tactics and gameplay in the battles, but without the city management.
+ great gameplay if u like strategi games
+ very cool units and races, orcs, dark elfs, undead, dwarfs etc.
+each army can get a giant master unit 30times larger than normal units +unit balance is good
u can earn crystals ingame through daily and global clan map system so anyone who puts the time into it can buy anything in the game, gear, units and premium membership, and there are 50% on some units and gear each that changes each two weeks, so i dont get why people give this a 0 or 1 score on that reason?… Expand
Apr 29, 2012This game seems good so far. There are three different factions in the game all with three different races. There's a ton of unit customization, you can upgrades your units weapons and armour, recruit new units and recruit other units from different races, however a lot of units will fall into your generic spear men, footsoldiers, archers and cavalry. The game also allows you to import an image for your character avatar and army banner and also allows you to name your character and army. This is a great feature since the game makes you feel like it's your own army that you have created and given it a name, rather then the game doing it for you.
The pvp in the game is a 4v4 and forces you to work as a team rather then an individual. It can also be unbalanced at times but it's usually not the case. Also there isn't much variety in the maps most of the are wide open fields and are just boring to look at. You will also need a high performance system since this game does have a lot of high requirements. Saying that though it does look amazing, character details look nice and battles look realistic.
Probably the biggest problem is earning money and xp. There are two types of currency gems which are earn't by achieving a certain objective or by purchasing through micro transactions. The second currency is gold which you get after each battle as well as xp. Both gems and gold are used to purchase weapons and armour and both are a pain to get especially gems. Also some items in the game can only be purchased with gems. Overall I would say its worth checking out at the very least… Expand
Nov 7, 2012For an RTS this is a decent game. There are some unique aspects to the strategy for controlling units and utilizing them best against opposing units. If you can grasp that some units are better against specific types of units and play them accordingly, you will find enjoyment and success with this game. If you just try to rush your whole army at the opposing force looking for brute force wins, you will be shredded apart before you knew what happened. Good game with a higher level of thought needed for success.… Expand
May 13, 2012I didn't really like it as a free to play. Purchase prices are really high, and give too much of an advantage. Matchmaking is kinda poor: I often found myself paired with a few other newbs against seasoned players with 50 more units, with most unit being the upgraded version of what we had. The controls seems to have forgotten the total war series, and the graphics are really obsolete. This could have been forgivable if everything else was top notch, unfortunately it isn't.… Expand