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Average User Score: 6.1Apr 17, 2014this game is sadly only a bad downgrade from war of the roses with much less depth, customization and content. the only "good" things are thethis game is sadly only a bad downgrade from war of the roses with much less depth, customization and content. the only "good" things are the slightly better graphics and maybe for some people the slightly faster combat. besides that the game is sadly inferior to its predecessor war of the roses and to its competition chivalry.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.8Mar 31, 2014AoW3 is for me the best fantasy 4x experience you can get to this point and in the near future.
i loved age of wonders - shadow magic (AoWAoW3 is for me the best fantasy 4x experience you can get to this point and in the near future.
i loved age of wonders - shadow magic (AoW 2.5) and had clocked many hours into the game. this new entry is loaded with depth, known from older titles with all its beloved core features. it also adds some nice new mechanics like classes, some improvements to tactical combat (flanking, opportunity attacks, etc.) and wonderful 3D visuals!
the AI right now is very good, which for me is one big factor if a strategy, more importantly a 4x game is worth the buy. lets be honest, multiplayer is nice but most 4x lovers play singleplayer because they like epic campaigns and that is exactly what you get here. the random map generator gives out maps which just look awesome and could very well be made by hand which shows the degree of effort they put into these feature to present organic and believable playgrounds.
the customization in this game is wonderful, starting with the many options of customization for the maps to advanced gameplay rules and not even ending at the superb character designer where you can create your leader after your liking.
i really can't understand who would give this game a negative score. has it a deep diplomacy system like the grand strategy titles (europa universalis, etc.)? no, the game is more focused on exploration, tactical combat (one if not THE main meat of the game) and RPG elements loke leader / heroe classesk, itemization and leveling. has it 100 buildings which each give +x generic production or +generic modifiers? no, it doesn't try to be an town building / management game like civilization. what the game offers is great depth in parts of 4x fantasy which every fanboy was craving for over the last decade (since AoW:SM came out).
only reasin i imagine people giving this game a 0 / 1 is if
a) they believed it to being an egoshooter
b) an CGI filled adventure / RPG game
or c) if they are warlock 1 / 2 fanboys which feel threatened by this game somehow, even though its focus is more towards the 4x (hardcore) lovers. before someone cries "fanboy yourself" then yes, i love the AoW-series. warlock 1 was nice and warlock2 seems to become a decent game which is more focused on casual gamers and cheeky humour. people should stay calm and just enjoy these games instead of feeling butthurt over their own misperception.
or of course there is d) its the internet and people are just trolling.
i say it again, everyone who loves fantasy 4x or TBS games should consider this game a must buy! there already several lets play series on youtube duo to the developer handing out preview builds to many lets players cause they stand behind their product.
peace :).… Expand
Average User Score: 8.2Mar 26, 2014This is a great and addicting MOBA game which comes with a bunch of fresh ideas like a 3rd person view, which allows you to directly controlThis is a great and addicting MOBA game which comes with a bunch of fresh ideas like a 3rd person view, which allows you to directly control the chosen character and dodging most of the enemy skills with some experience.
duo to its 3rd person view the immersion is far greater than in usual isometric moba-style games. the community is already pretty large and ever-growing. an addicting game with a promising future.… Expand