Saturday, December 18, 2010

Lionheart Kings Crusade-SKIDROW [Mediafire]

Lionheart Kings Crusade-SKIDROW [Mediafire]

Publisher: NeocoreGames
Developer: Paradox Inter.
Genre: Historic Real-Time Strategy
Release Date: Oct 08, 2010 (US)
Hoster: Mediafire

As with most RTS games, you get to experience battles on both sides. The first campaign (though you can skip straight to the second if you're up for a challenge) sees you taking charge of the crusading armies led by King Richard. This series of battles takes you throughout the Middle East on a drive to conquer all 16 kingdoms in the region, starting with the Lebanese coast and Jerusalem and eventually moving on to more serious challenges like Damascus. As you finish liberating the likes of Acre and Jerusalem, you switch sides and lead a big counterattack with Saladin's Saracens in the second, more advanced campaign.

Both armies are pretty much the same, though. Units may look different depending on whether they're fighting under the cross or the crescent, but they still come in the same general light infantry, heavy infantry, cavalry, and archer categories. There are some special units, such as the Saracen assassins, who can cloak themselves and trash Christian units while invisible, although the armies are a seamless rock-paper-scissors mesh. Troops can also be customized with captains, healers, armor or weapon bonuses, and so forth, as the booty earned with each successful battle can be rolled back into your armies. You also discover holy artifacts along the way that can enhance attacks, morale, and the like. Individual unit groups gain experience in battle as well, which is then used to increase core stat skills and special buffs. So much tweaking can be done to your armies that the game has a bit of a role-playing-game vibe.

Engagements come in a few flavors. Sometimes you go in looking to wipe out an enemy army, while on other occasions, you have to accomplish multipart objectives. You might first have to seize a Muslim fortification and then turn around and build it back up to defend it against a counterattack. Or you might have to hold ground against an assault before finally taking the fight to the Christians. There isn't anything here that could be considered earth shaking, although the depth of the simulation is impressive, as are the options to build siege weapons. These include catapults and ballistae, along with rough-and-ready fortifications, spike traps, and towers. Battlefields are depicted with a great deal of detail when it comes to rolling fields and even the odd forest around the Lebanese coast, which forces you to consider the terrain whenever plotting out strategies. Hills can murder you, so you need to watch where you're going and make use of fortifications and artillery whenever possible.

System requirements
operating System: XP/SP2/Vista/Windows 7
Processor: AMD64 3500+ or Pentium IV 3.2 Ghz
Memory: 1 GB RAM (XP) or 1.5 GB RAM (Vista / 7)
Hard Drive: 7 GB hard disk space
Video Card (graphics): Nvidia 6600 (256MB) / ATI Radeon X70 (256MB) video card
DirectX 9 compliant sound card
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c or higher
Nvidia (AGEIA) PhysX 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers
Internet Connection required for multiplayer and Online Activation



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