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King’s Bounty 2 Free Download is an odd series, always more strategy than RPG, always more a game about tactics, cash upkeep, and combat maneuvering than one about epic roleplaying and exploration. In theory, King’s Bounty II wants to change that—to make a story following a main character whose choices affect the world. King’s Bounty 2 does just that, and it sucks the fun right out of it. Though it has the occasional joy of hex-based tactical combat, it simply wastes far too much of your time wandering about a charmless world filled with boring people. Repacklab.com sexy games

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In King’s Bounty 2 you pick one of three characters to take through the main story, each of which follows the same plot. Having been released from prison your character takes on a job for the king, who forgives you for whatever reason, and then goes wandering about trying to prevent a fantasy magical apocalypse because a wizard told you you’re the chosen savior. It’s absolutely bog-standard and nothing you haven’t seen before. You then go out and wander the world, doing lots of side quests and fighting battles. You don’t fight the battles, mind, you stand on the sidelines like a kind of Commander/Cheerleader/Magical Artillery Piece and direct your troops around. Those troops fight in tactical battles, with five units dancing around tight hex-based arenas.

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It’s serviceable combat, but the UI does it no favors and the details are predictable systems: Skeletons take less damage from arrows, fire attacks burn enemies over time, and spirit creatures are resistant to non-magical attacks. It shows little of the interesting mechanics you’d want from a modern tactics game, like forced movement or battlefield manipulation. So there’s systems to play with in the game, but nothing too delightful. It doesn’t matter that much in the end because for every five minutes of good tactics bit there’s ten of minutes staid RPG world-wandering. Railway Empire

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Your commander gains experience over time, getting stats that buff up your troops and magical powers to blast enemies. The troops themselves gain experience, and come from a customizable roster divided into four factions: Order, Anarchy, Power, and Finesse. Those are also the four tenets which characters follow in the game, that powers are divided into, and that quest branches fall into. They’re the alignments of King’s Bounty, the equivalents of Mass Effect’s Paragon and Renegade, and they line up with the story’s possible endings. It’s a nice touch, but might leave you feeling cold if you’d like to be a polite, non-anarchic chaos necromancer, for example.

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Not that the roleplaying is really a highlight—dialogues don’t branch, but rather choices are made by picking one of two options during the course of a quest. Your dialogue is fixed, in fact, so sometimes your character will say things you don’t really like. That wouldn’t be a problem if the characters were more interesting: Katharine the mage, for example, is kind of a jerk, where Elise the Paladin is naive to the point of frustration, and Aivar the warrior just kind of doesn’t have a personality at all. Cepheus Protocol

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That’s not even to mention the writing, which is awful, and the voice acting, which is worse. I switched the game to Russian after ten hours, which improved the experience considerably. I don’t speak Russian: it was just nice to stop the flood of hammy performances. In fact, the game as a whole doesn’t really have much personality. That’s the big fault. The realistic art style is detailed, but it ends up looking like top-end graphics from 2012 when a bit of stylization would have gone a long way—something those who loved the comical, fantasy and fairy tale style of the older King’s Bounty games are going to sorely miss. There’s fun in the game, and a bit of humor, but like the tactical battles it’s outweighed by the boring bits.

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If you’re already a fan of King’s Bounty then this long-awaited sequel isn’t likely to disappoint. At its core you’ll find the same satisfying turn-based tactical combat that inspired the Heroes of Might and Magic Series, but it’s trussed up in a clunky open world and marred by some lacklustre storytelling. It’s a much trickier pitch for newcomers. Outside of combat, every trick it plays to try to modernise itself has been done before, and better, over the past 12 years, and the frustrating grind may prove too much for more modern tastes. Iron Man

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The largest and most obvious glow up from the previous entry in this series, 2008’s King’s Bounty: The Legend, is the move to a big 3D open world. The Kingdom of Nostria looks great, with a smattering of different environments to explore that make the most out of an imaginative and vibrant colour palette. The countryside is replete with rolling hills and sleepy dirt roads, and golden patches of wheat break up the otherwise emerald vista. It would be straight out of a medieval painting if not for the towering, Tolkien-inspired architecture looming over it all. Jikage Rising 

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4690 or AMD FX-9370
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 480
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 20 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-7400 or AMD Ryzen 7 1700X
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 1060 or Radeon RX 580
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 20 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card