Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders went through (well, across one corner of) development hell on its route to the shelves. Three changes of publisher meant that the game that finally hit stores was missing a few key features that Phantagram felt would really push it into the realms of excellence. Heroes aims to refine the original’s still brilliant concept to earn the Kingdom Under Fire series the place in gaming history its predecessor failed to secure. But has it managed it this time?
Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes review
Defending your castle
Unique on Xbox and Live
Epic and engaging
Great action and strategy
The swooshy camera
Music and English voiceovers stink
Dark Elves aren't easy on the eyes
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|Description||This score isn't a don't buy, it's a 'yes, get it - but careful, it might bite.' In the end, you will enjoy this. Just like us.|
|US censor rating||"Mature"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|