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A sequel is announced! Feudalism III news at http://mytide.net/?p=2585

The age of Feudalism continues! Once again you start a long journey as a weak chieftain with the goal of becoming the most powerful warrior and ruler of the whole world.
The world is bigger now, there're 6 different nations,12 heroes, lots of weapons, armor and much more ways to vanquish enemies. Recruit soldiers, buy and upgrade equipment, conquer cities and challendge great heroes to make yourself the king of kings!

Tips and tricks:
- Recruit more troops and let them fight. Try to fill both first and second lines with soldiers and keep some guys in reserve.
- Complete quests. In the begining of the game completing quests is the easiest way to get some money and experience.
- Don't be a hero. In the very begining main hero is very weak: he can die even from a single hit, so you'd better hide behind your army's back and attack from a distance until you get level 5-7.
- Attack weak villages first. The level of settlement's protection is displayed at the top left corner of town screen. The more stars are white - the better protection. Try to capture villages with 2 or 3 stars in the begining.
- Refine your weapons at forge. Even small bouns (+3 or +4) gives high damage boost at the begining.
- Learn at least one special move for weapon you ussually use - they are much more effective than normal attacks.
- Don't forget to buy more potions to heal yourself in battle (potions' hotkeys are Z znd X)

Reviews


J-A-RJ-A-R

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

....................Amamzing

I give this 5 every day.


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nixalot126nixalot126

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 9, 2008

The REVIEW

Okay, first of all the easiest group to win with is the Far East Empire, not only because you can completely ignore strength, but because this is the only empire you can actually buy the strongest unit. As many of you may or may not have noticed, each Empire has a champion of champions at their capital, but you can never get them, other than the Shogun Ghost in the Far East. Get a few of these and the game is basically won.

Second, the ability to create your own character is a HUGE plus and gives the player the chance to make the game a, somewhat, unique each time its played.

Now we all come to the same problem, or lack there of, that we encounter in the previous game. Once you are able to conquer your own empire, the rest of the game just gets easier and easier. With each empire having the same weak towns that your starting empire has, it leaves little point to conquering the towns, other than the satisfaction of destroying a pathetic little village.

But all in all the game is quite enjoyable.
The graphics arent great but what the hey, its a fun way to lose an afternoon.
Also music would be a nice add on, or at least a choice.
Over all I give it an 8/10
Great game cant wait for the next, which I hope will eventually come


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NoExpNoExp

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 8, 2008

so-so

I liked the first feudalism but it got monotonous. And in this one, it doesn't look like there's any graphical improvements.



an4lm4nan4lm4n

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 8, 2008

great game

but there's 2 things that irritated me about this game.

First off, max level is only 50?! C'mon now, we all know it should go higher than that. i only have half the map conquered and i already reached level 50. the game's starting to get kinda stale now. Our characters should get as powerful as we want.

Second, what's with those one hit kills? I keep trying to take over the Far East Capital and i keep getting cheated out of a victory. All because their samurais can pull some miraculous death-strike. Makes the game more frustrating than it should be.

Besides those 2, a great game/sequel. I look forward to your future work.


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OxyCleanOxyClean

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 8, 2008

Nice.

Good as the first, once you reach level 30 you're pretty much invincible if you use your skill points well.