WarCraft 2 (PC) Reviews
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by - written on 07/03/09 (Very useful, 56 readings)
WarCraft II: Tides of Darkness is a real time strategy game for the PC was released in 1995 by Blizzard Entertainment and it is the second game in the Warcraft series. The game when released was only single player. The game is set in a fantasy medieval type world and you play as either the fictional orcs or as the humans. For people that have played the original game this one is set six years after the fall of Azeorth where the last game finished off. There is 28 original levels, each side has a campaign of 14 levels each and every level has a different objective be it to conquer an area, hold an area or repair an area. The main part ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/01, updated on 01/04/01 (Very useful, 261 readings)
This game has to be without doubt one of the best strategy games to play on the internet online with other people. I have played this game online and i have had so much fun in it, except that i have lost every time as superior players to me are impossible for me to beat them. This game is a certain buy in my mind, if you like strategy games you will surely like this one! Below shows what the game is about:::: Warcraft 2 has 2 different types of warriors, the Humans and the Orcs. The humans and orcs having similar styles of attacks, but some minor differences which may make you prefer a certain type. NB: The following is referring the Human tribe, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/01, updated on 15/01/01 (Very useful, 182 readings)
Many people might disagree with the statement made by me above. Lots of people might say ‘Red Alert’ or ‘Command & Conquer’ are by far better. I would agree myself. I’ve played ‘Red Alert’ a few times and thought to myself that it is fairly decent. What I find interesting is the way it is associated with real life wars between countries around the world. The bad thing I find out about ‘Red Alert’ is the fact you cannot upgrade buildings and war materials. ‘WarCraft’ makes a good job of that. For instance if your base were to be attacked by enemy armies, your buildings wouldn’t stand a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/00, updated on 31/07/00 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Warcraft 2 was the first RTS (real time Stratagy) that I ever bought, I got a demo of this game and was hooked straight away. This game seemed to have something that other types of games have got. There was alot more addictivness to RTS than some other games. I liked this game because you were in complete controlover what you were doig, everything to do with your team or race etc, was under your control by the mouse and keyboard. The idea was pretty Simple, seek and destroy the opponents, but the game was alot more complex than that, you needed to plan out your attack position units in the best places and be wise with the available resources that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/00, updated on 10/07/00 (Very useful, 26 readings)
What a cool game this is if you like a strategy game with lots of blood and guts, like i do. This game has hours of gameplay as there are many levels to complete both for the good team, humans, and the bad team, the orcs.Each side has special people with special powers, for example the humans are lucky to have paladins which can restore the life they lose in a fight, whereas the orcs have two headed ogres who have whats called 'bloodlust', which doubles the damage it puts on the human being faught. This game is great fun however does get difficult if you are not very good at Strategy games. A definite thumbs up!! ... Read the complete review
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