In Warbanners you lead as u201eRodericku201c an army of mercenaries in a fantasy/medieval world through a straightforward - and a little over 40 missions comprehensive - campaign. The main focus of the game is its tactical round fights. I was refreshed...
by the fact that you will have up to 16 of your own knights at your side, whereas in comparable games you usually only have four to eight cronies at your side. You recruit your army from classic armourers, lance bearers, archers or knights, supplemented by supporter classes like magicians or priestesses just to name a few. There are also various dwarven warriors and elves to choose from. Initial enemies are villains, mutated monsters and orcs, later undead and demons. Atmospherically speaking, Middle-earth or the Lord of the Rings sends his regards. The whole thing is refined by light role-playing elements. You can name your fellow players, give them some equipment and potions and adjust some character traits like strength, accuracy or endurance during level ascent.
The graphic corresponds to India standard, so does not expect any optical fireworks. The gameplay is fun, even if it gets off to a very slow start. Until the troop gets really bumms you first have to fight a few battles and upgrade the stats. At the beginning your warriors will hardly hit a Baumu2026 even from half a meter away. The story is appealing enough to stay on the ball. The German translation is excellent. I had a high u201enur still a Schlachtu201c factor, although I'm not such a fan of fantasy and elf games. But the good lap tactics compensated for this for me. A certain degree of difficulty is given. In addition to the main story, you have the opportunity to volunteer in arena battles to gain gold and experience. This feature was apparently only added after the release, because the increasing level of difficulty during the campaign caused the own troops to fall behind too quickly. I had to make good use of these u201e filler fightsu201c. Some grinding did indeed come up as a result.
Whatever. A very good game. Friends of the round tactic should definitely take a closer look. I'm looking forward to the promised successor with a more open world. It took me 30 hours to play through the campaign.
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