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Feudalism

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Sep 20, 2007 | 5:18 PM EDT

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==Update 25.09.07
Still working on bugs, here's the new version coming as soon as it uploaded by NG staff.

Also, there're some hints:
- Don't be a hero in the begining of the game, let your troops die for you - they're cheap enough.
-Try to keep melee units in the first line of your squad and archers in the second. 10 swordsmen is less effective than 5 swordsmen and 5 archers.
-Don't underrate skills "Art of war" and "patriotism". They really increase power of your troops sometime making them almost invincible.
==
I've worked on this game about five months and it's finally done.

Feudalism is an strategy/RPG with open world, so you can go wherever you want and fight anyone.

You start with only one city where you can recruit soldiers, but the bigger city you capture, the better troops you gain.
There're 8 heroes to choose from (2 per each country). They prefer different weapons and combat styles and some time they'll become really great warriors, but if your hero will die, the game will be over. So you should always take care of your army too, and recruit better troops if they're available.

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Ultimategamer92Ultimategamer92

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic!

What an awesome game. THE FOLLOWING REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS...IT MAY CONTAIN SOME GREAT ADVICE AS WELL. I started out as the Chivalrous Crusader...from the very small town of Jana. I worked my way around doing simple quests for different countries and towns. In the beginning..you want to save money. It's very important. In the beginning...you don't need to worry about paying 4,000 for a boat right away. You want to save money and use the money to purchase good troops...they are your best investment. I didn't spend ONE dime on ANY weapon or armor. I saved all of my money for great troops and a horse and I leveled up a lot. SELL ITEMS THAT YOU DON'T USE. Me, I'm a bit of a historian so I saved every rare weapon or armor I obtained (they're blue). Now when I leveled up..I spent the majority of my points on Art Of War and Patriotism... these two will go a long way. My main feat was Constitution so I leveled it up as well. Eventually I felt comfortable enough to attack a small community...so I took my small group... I had less than a dozen people lol... and I attacked one of the best towns in the game...and I didn't know it. My first enemy was the small town of Echigo....which happened to be the Black Samurai Academy. The Black Samurai are no doubt the best troops in the game.....if you have them + art of war..... you'll be unstoppable lol. There are a lot of special troops in the game... the East has the Black Samurai, the Forest people have the Great Hero at Grouzeno, and the Romans have the Fire Thrower. You definitely want archers in your reserve..I didn't do anything most of the time but sit pretty and use the archers to rain down on my enemies. I preferred the archers from the Samurai Academy. I also got an amazing black horse that is better than any other horse in the game...I don't remember which town though. I think I got it in Grouzeno as well. I got lucky... I obtained the Mysterious MorningStar of Death early... I equipped a Mysterious weapon and armor of death in every category...except I couldn't find a mysterious tunic of death lol. WARNING...if you completely use the mysterious items of death...you will have an UNSTOPPABLE attack...but one little arrow WILL KILL YOU. The Immortal weapons and armor are great too. They will practically make you invincible. I chose unstoppable power over immortality lol. I used the Mysterious Morningstar of Death, Mysterious Knight Shield of Death, Mysterious Footman Helmet of Death, and the Immortal Leather Armor. The only thing I was like, "What?" about in this game... is that I had conquered every city and town, had over 519,000 sitting in my pocket....maxed out several weapon skills....but there was no "Game Over" ... I guess so I could continue quests if I wanted? lol Well if anyone knows of any Mysterious Clothing of Death... please let me know. I'm looking forward to playing Feudalism II.


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UrLuvIsMyMurderUrLuvIsMyMurder

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I tooke over and got disappointed....

It's good until you get an arm, good equipment, and level up a bit because then it's waaaay too easy. I took the world over and was disappointed, 8/10 4/5



CatalinexCatalinex

Rated 5 / 5 stars

LOVE IT

YAY


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WaRlOcK1985WaRlOcK1985

Rated 3 / 5 stars

decent

ok game but way to easy after you build an army


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TheNorrisTheNorris

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:D :D :D :D :D

Awesome game! so addicting!!


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