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September 2nd, 2010, 02:59
There's a review of the Saxons DLC for King Arthur over at Resolution Magazine, with the author wanting more inspiration from such content. The score is 6/10 and here's an excerpt:
Having enjoyed King Arthur: The Roleplaying Wargame an awful lot a few months ago I was quite looking forward to seeing what the inevitable DLC or expansion would be. There were a couple of small downloads with new artefacts and units but that stuff never interests me on its own. As a larger package however though, itís rather appealing. Thatís kind of what The Saxons is and at the same time isnít. Yes you get new artefacts, spells, ladies, heroes, quests and a few new units but at the same time thereís nothing meaty like a new map to explore. Instead itís just a big chunk of Ďmore of the sameí. Thatís not strictly a bad thing but I hope that any future DLC will be a bit more inspired.
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September 2nd, 2010, 02:59
The Saxons was pretty poor for a few reasons - the main one being that the Saxon story has none of the non-human elements that make the game interesting!
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September 2nd, 2010, 19:44
I couldn't get into King Arthur game at all due to how unbalanced it is… Plus Level scaling is the devil.
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