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Prince of War 2

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rated 3.99 / 5 stars
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Oct 4, 2008 | 5:12 PM EDT

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23 years after Prince of War, you are thrown into the middle of a bloody civil war. The traitorous duchy of Valis, with Duke Dunkeld at the helm, has risen up against the king. Take control of Prince Jerad in the battle against the rebels and the darkness that supports them.

Controls:
Move with arrow keys (or WASD)
Attack with Space
Heal with Shift
Buy units with Mouse or 1-9 keys

Credits:
Concept and Programming - Alexander Asvegren
Animation and Art - Axel Hammarbäck
Storyline - Paul Komenza
Avatar Art - Bill Northcott
Music - Matt Hanson
Sponsor - Daniel McNeely of ArmorGames

We all hope you enjoy the game!

Reviews


KupownageKupownage

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Entertaining

Not a bad little game. I found it entirely too easy though. From lvl 1 to lvl 20, i did nothing but hold down heal, swing my sword and buy archers. I would like to see a version where the other units (namely weaver and priest) were more useful, possibly make them higher dmg ranged units instead of low HP melee? Anyway, overall this game gets a 9/10 from me.



dierzdierz

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good

an awesome game only thing i dont like is the same as SilhouetteX, not being able to use other characters .


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DrinkableDragonDrinkableDragon

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it was easy

can you guy make a harder one?



RogerWigglesRogerWiggles

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It was good but one problem.

Once you unlock the Dwarven berserker whenever you have less than $150 and theres an X over it if you scroll over it with the mouse it says orc mercenary for 60$.


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SilhouetteXSilhouetteX

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice.

This game was pretty good; it had a great story with several twists, and addictive gameplay. A nice addition to the series. Though I feel that there should be more music added. That said, the lack of music variety didn't effect much, as it eventually blends into the background - like with the first game.

A few things I wanted to mention though. While understandably focusing on the 'main' character, Jerad, it would've been nice to either be able to swap between the characters on the field, or summon them into battle with you. Sure, they each bring new soldiers with their appearance, but that's pretty much it.

It'd be much more epic with your commanding allies on the battlefield with you, y'know? Especially with scenes that show them rushing into the action... only to not be visable.

I look forward to the next one.


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