Battle Cry: Age of Myths


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Battle Cry: Age of Myths

DoraIf you've been dominating with your army in Berzerk Studios' fantasy strategy game Battle Cry, you might be interested in knowing that it just got one whopper of an update in the form of Battle Cry: Age of Myths. In essence, it's still the same game it was before... play either online against others or offline by yourself in the singleplayer campaigns, and meticulously craft your army in everything from formation to new soldier types and the equipment they carry to handle every battle you go up against. What Age of Myths brings to the table, however, is an entire new campaign act to play through, over 75 new items to outfit your army, substantial rebalancing, and more. It's a pretty hefty update for a game that was already pretty meaty when it came to content, and whether you want to play online against the armies other players have crafted (which still requires a free account) or offline solo, this game still has a ton to offer.

Since the core appeal of Battle Cry has always been the ridiculous levels of customisation you can go through to create every single member of your army, the addition of even more items is always welcome. Likewise, players who prefer playing offline rather than against others will be thrilled for more solo battles in the new campaign act, which (along with the previous update Ashes of Berhyte) has ten different battles to win and is available to play through at any time by clicking the arrows to either side of the campaign title from the Campaign screen... though if this is your first time playing, you may want to spend a while beefing your forces up before heading into the new content! You can read our original review for the nitty-gritty, but there's no time like the present to jump in and start wielding the cosmic powers of the Gods. See your enemies driven before you, hear the lamentations of their appropriate romantic partners, you know how it goes.

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