Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos User Reviews
Heroes are upgradable, graphics are stunning, repeated clicking voices are great, much fun, multiplayer is a blast, story is awesome.The bad:
Only limited to 90 units, and there's a upkeep (or a tax) for your units.Summary:
Even though it's more expensive than Starcraft, and cheaper than World of Warcraft, it's a good solid RPG. Heroes gain levels(1-10) and can collect items to improve itself, or others around him/her. Units are fully detailed, and the strategy can become tiresome for the brain to try and survive.
There's four races, the Human alliance of Humans, Dwarves, and Elves. Fighting to be the ultimate race. The Undead also known as "The Scourge" trying to dominate the world with their master, and destroying everything in their path. The Orcs, who we're told to move to the west to escape "something horr...
- Great Deep, Interesting Storyline
- Hero Implemented Into Melee Games
- Completely Revamped Unit Control System
- Adds Optional Quests
- Four Unique Races
- Avatars and Levels in Multiplayer
- A Real Sense of Strategy
WarCraft: Humans vs. Orcs and WarCraft II were completely dominant on the PC system for quite some time. With an interesting storyline, state-of-the-art graphics, and a fully-commited production team, Blizzard released one of the best strategy games of the 20th century. However, with their release of StarCraft and StarCraft: Brood War, it was likely that the Blizzard RTS franchise was going to be condemned to the 2D world forever.
Then, WarCraft III: Reign of Chaos was announced. Featuring a completely revamped unit control system, updated graphics, and a 3D environment, the game was, and st...
Extremely detailed, incredible storyline, easy game handling, works on even a shitty computer like mine, exciting, and fun! (Basically, an amazing game)The bad:
Not quite long enough, leaves you wanting more. The map editor is absolutely horrible and should be erased completely.Summary:
This game takes Warcraft 2 beyond past the next level. It is very logical to play and the missions are detailed, various, well written, and intense. The graphics are breathtaking when compared to the pathetic Warcraft 2. The biggest new addition is heroes; very powerful warriors that can grow in level and use special abilities. At last, there is something else for the game to revolve around. Also, there are artifacts and side missions to expand from the original "Defeat the opponent to win" deal. Worth every penny. I swear.
Plenty of Units to choose from
Play as Human, Orcs, Undead or Elves
Multiplayer is great fun
AI appears to cheat in multiplayer games
Sheer number of spells available makes it difficult to try and use everything you want to
I bought this game after playing Warcraft II and hearing that this one was a massive improvement, and it didn't really disappoint me. There were plenty of units and spells to choose from and a good storyline to go along with the single player mode. The inclusion of 2 extra teams from Warcraft II only adds to the diversity of playing in multi-player. The vast number of things can be a downside though.
This game is played from an isometric perspective and although you can rotate the camera around I never really did it because I didn't find it that useful. In one player mode you play as Arthus ...
Good story; likeable characters; and nice epic background to it all.The bad:
A little too short of a game; has major tendancy to lag during big battles (not just on my computer)Summary:
I bought this game because I had heard some good things about it, and it seemed interesting. I was proven correctly when I played it. It is a great story with cool characters to go with it.
It all started with the first WarCraft: Orcs and Humans. You would play as both Orcs and Humans (the latter being the final campaign) and basically you would battle against the opposite race till your mission was complete, well WarCraft II: Tides of Darkness was released, and it showed a great improvement from the first one, still Orcs vs. Humans.
Then, this game was released years later. It stands as an ...
The battle system, good ol War Craft building and killing, characters, and side battlesThe bad:
Annoying voices whenever you click on a soilder or character, blocky graphics, and to short of story..Summary:
War Craft 3...ahhh I remember back in the day of playing War Craft 2 for the PS..it was fun, and now they advance into this game? Great game, I loved playing this game, to bad it was only for the PC not PS2. Anyway...the good and the bad...starting with the good... The battleing in this game was fun, I like going to war with undead, elves, and the others. Building up your town and creating a army to rid the other player or AI of their army..fun fun. Now to the bad parts, the story was good and all, but I wish they would of made it longer... the voices of the soilder or character got on my n...
- Old lady needs help with the Culling 10
- Error when trying to log onto battle.net 0
- Starting Location problem on editor 6
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- Which is BETTER: Gargoyles or Frost Wyrms? 16
- Introductions thread 97
- General Discussions 2 120
- Problem with connection battlenet. 0
- Undead vs Human Insane 0
- how to assign custom keys to shop items? 0
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- Golems in Undead Chapter 1 (Trudging Through the Ashes) 2