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The year is 1337. During this, the darkest of ages, the bubonic plague was rampant. Kingdoms rose and fell with every swift blow of the sword. The Old Continent was in a state of great upheaval, as English kings hastily attempted time and again to uphold their claim to the French throne, shaking this fragile kingdom to its very foundation. The hundred years' war had been unleashed.

Relive the most intense battle scenarios of medieval Europe in this third-person 3D epic saga. Brandish your sword as you slay enemies amidst adrenaline-pumping action while you lead your troops to victory. Acquire new weaponry while you advance through eight massively gut-wrenching battle scenarios, each packed to the hilt with thousands of enemy troops to slay. Gain experience to obtain and unleash ever-more powerful combo attacks to devastate your foes. Slowly transform yourself from a single warrior into a forceful military leader as you develop and master the art of chivalry and tactical warfare. Become the greatest and most inspirational of French leaders by demonstrating your leadership abilities while commanding your legions of troops to victory. Tap into your arsenal of war machines as you relentlessly tear away at enemy forces.

Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP (Windows 95 and NT not supported); 800 MHz Intel Pentium III or processors of the same grade; 128 MB RAM; 4x CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive; 500 MB; NVIDIA GeForce 2, ATI Radeon, or 3D; cards of the same grade; DirectX 8 compatible sound card; Keyboard; Mouse .


Recommended: 1Ghz Intel Pentium III or processors of the same grade; 256 MB RAM; NVIDIA GeForce 3 or above, ATI Radeon 8500 or above, or other 3D cards of the same grade.


Joan of Arc is really a fresh take on two old styles of gaming, RTS and hack-and-slash. It incorporates the two really well together and produces a fresh game that is quite fun to win. Just when the game starts to get boring, they show you how to handle the RTS aspect of the game and it becomes much more interesting. Overall, I recommend this game for those who enjoyed titles like Dynasty Warriors, but also want to have another interesting part of their game. I give it a Back to the Future score of 87 out of 100. I saw this game down at the local EB store for a mere $40, and it is well worth it. Give it a shot.


Enlight has today announced the North American release of Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc. Inspired by the legendary story of Joan of Arc, the strategy and role-playing game sees players traveling back to medieval France and participating in some of the most epic battles of the Hundred Years War.

"We set high standards and pushed the envelope in blending the action and strategy genres to create an entirely different style of gameplay," said Trevor Chan, chief executive officer of Enlight. "Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc offers a new twist to war games and gives players a firsthand look into the chaos of this time period."


Live out the most exciting years in the life of Joan of Arc, the ultimate female warrior, in the ultimate epic battles! As you progress through her campaigns, other great military medieval leaders will join your cause and bring their own unique fighting abilities and characteristics into the fray. Experience firsthand the sheer intensity and savage brutality of medieval castle sieges brought to life in amazing lifelike 3D. Feel the full might of


medieval warfare with stunning 3D visuals that push the vanguard of today's hardware to its limits. Valiantly marshal your troops through the thick of gut-wrenching battles and demonstrate your leadership abilities as generalissimo to your troops, country, and king! Orchestrate your troops through eight massive maps featuring formidable strongholds, lavishly detailed cities and myriad landscapes, from rolling hills to thick forests and flowing rivers

Slash and slay enemies from a thrilling third-person perspective view
Wield the sword to your advantage by executing unique combo attacks with perfect timing to devastate the enemy

Train yourself to master new fighting techniques to unleash your full fighting capabilities, and then acquire an increasingly devastating arsenal of weaponry to overwhelm your foes
Demonstrate your chivalrous aptitude by mastering your timing and precision among dozens of unique attack combos

Use to your advantage the devastating war machines at hand, such as catapult, trebuchet and battering ram to tear down castle walls, vanquish enemy fortifications, and instill fear in the eyes of your enemies
Simultaneously control and command legions of military units onscreen

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Designer Trevor Chan has a reputation for making strategy games that slip under most people's radars but deliver very good gameplay experiences. In particular, though they might not have been best-sellers, Chan's Seven Kingdoms and Capitalism games earned great reviews from critics and strategy fans alike. Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc represents Chan's first foray into the action genre. While it does incorporate strategy elements, the game is mainly an arcade action offering about France's most famous heroine. Though we wanted to like Joan of Arc, we found it burdened by a number of rookie mistakes, including a bad camera, poor pathfinding, and lackluster artificial intelligence.


Joan and her men find themselves outnumbered after storming the walls of a city.

The camera tends to be one of the most important elements in third-person action games. You don't even notice the camera if it works well, but if it works badly, you curse it a lot. The camera in Joan of Arc works rather well when the action takes place out in the open, though it does have the occasional nasty habit of suddenly cutting to a different angle in the middle of a fight. This, of course, causes you to momentarily lose your orientation. Aside from this minor annoyance, the camera has serious problems when combat takes


place in the close confines of a city or a forest. It constantly swings around to different angles in a sudden, jarring, and dizzying manner. Solid objects, like walls and roofs, often swing into view and block the action. Though sometimes they're made semitransparent, they're still not transparent enough to actually allow you to discern what's going on. The only way out is to keep hacking-and-slashing so that you can bust out into the open, where the camera will return to normal.


You can ride and fight on horseback, which is one of the cool aspects of the game. Riding into a crowd of Englishmen is a lot like watching the cavalry charges in the Lord of the Rings movies, though only Joan can ride a horse. However, the horse controls are very awkward. As a result, riding the horse is a lot like trying to drive a bumper car since you run into invisible obstacles and have to back up and turn. Additionally, the camera has a way of bending out of position in a fight until it eventually presents Joan from the side. You need to constantly get off and remount the horse to reset the camera.


Boss battles are pretty easy once you figure out how to dodge the boss's combo attacks.

Joan of Arc does not ship with any multiplayer component, which is a shame, because there's the potential for some wild player-versus-player melee matches here. Since the official title of the game is Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc, it seems likely that Trevor


Chan plans on making additional Wars and Warriors games about other famous warriors. Hopefully, he and his development team can learn from their experiences and can consequently iron out the PC version's camera and AI issues for the Xbox version. Then, Chan will be able to build on Joan of Arc for future games.



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