Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.9/10

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Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 8.0/10 Nov 12 '05
GameDaily 7/10 Oct 11 '08
Gamer's Hell 7/10 Dec 01 '05
IGN Xbox 8.2/10 Sep 30 '05
Thunderbolt 8/10 Oct 14 '05
EuroGamer 8/10 Oct 27 '05
Game Over 79% Oct 09 '05
Games Radar /10 Jun 22 '07
Games Radar /10 Jun 22 '07
Games Radar 8/10 Jun 22 '07
GameSpot 8.2/10 Sep 26 '05
Team Xbox 8.9/10 Sep 26 '05
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Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes Previews

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GameZone May 22 '05
Team Xbox Jun 21 '05
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"...when it gets it right, when the field of battle is writhing with combatants, when the archers are setting enemies on fire with flaming arrows, when meteors plunge to Earth and when dragons dive from the sky to strafe the melee with jets of green fire, then you really begin to believe. Imperfections be damned. There’s enough energy here to make up for a hundred made-up elf names."
"Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders went through (well, across one corner of) development hell on its route to the shelves. Three changes of publisher meant that the game that finally hit stores was missing a few key features that Phantagram felt would really push it into the realms of excellence. Heroes aims to refine the originals still brilliant concept to earn the Kingdom Under Fire series the place in gaming history its predecessor failed to secure. But has it managed it this ..."
"Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders went through (well, across one corner of) development hell on its route to the shelves. Three changes of publisher meant that the game that finally hit stores was missing a few key features that Phantagram felt would really push it into the realms of excellence. Heroes aims to refine the originals still brilliant concept to earn the Kingdom Under Fire series the place in gaming history its predecessor failed to secure. But has it managed it this "
"Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders went through (well, across one corner of) development hell on its route to the shelves. Three changes of publisher meant that the game that finally hit stores was missing a few key features that Phantagram felt would really push it into the realms of excellence. Heroes aims to refine the originals still brilliant concept to earn the Kingdom Under Fire series the place in gaming history its predecessor failed to secure. But has it managed it this "
"Heroes doesn't take any chances with the Kingdom Under Fire formula, but it adds just enough to move the series forward--if only incrementally."
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