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Battle For Troy

(Games, PC)
PEGI Rating: 12
Platform: PC  
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The Greek soldiers are weak and the game makes them even weaker. On the other hand the Trojans aren't the best either. Their soldiers have a high attack but their hit points are low when you upgrade the game.I would suggest not to upgrade and to leave the game as it is.I don't quite understand the custom map. If it's a battle then what's the point of just building soldiers and fighting for no reason.

Specifications of Battle For Troy (Games, PC)

General
Title Battle For Troy
Category Games
Platform PC
Publisher THQ
Mode Single-Player
Genre Strategy

System Requirements for Battle For Troy

  • MINIMUM
  • Operating System:
    XP,Vista,Windows 7
  • CPU:
    Intel p4 or Higher
  • RAM:
    512 MB
  • Graphics:
    Card requirement:128 MB directx9.0
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A very simple Real Time Strategy game

RTS is a genre that sounds very intimidating at first. Usually you'd need to command an army of troops at once. And then gather resources. And then manage economy. And then build empires. And then, list goes on...

A change from this trope is Battle for Troy. It's surprisingly simple for a RTS game. You just need to focus on the battle strategy and that's pretty much it. No resource gathering involved (the only resource: gold, can looted off enemy troops and found dotted across the map, and can also be gotten as a tribute by raising towers). Create barracks / stables / builders and generate...
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RTS is a genre that sounds very intimidating at first. Usually you'd need to command an army of troops at once. And then gather resources. And then manage economy. And then build empires. And then, list goes on...

A change from this trope is Battle for Troy. It's surprisingly simple for a RTS game. You just need to focus on the battle strategy and that's pretty much it. No resource gathering involved (the only resource: gold, can looted off enemy troops and found dotted across the map, and can also be gotten as a tribute by raising towers). Create barracks / stables / builders and generate...
RTS is a genre that sounds very intimidating at first. Usually you'd need to command an army of troops at once. And then gather resources. And then manage economy. And then build empires. And then, list goes on...

A change from this trope is Battle for Troy. It's surprisingly simple for a RTS game. You just need to focus on the battle strategy and that's pretty much it. No resource gathering involved (the only resource: gold, can looted off enemy troops and found dotted across the map, and can also be gotten as a tribute by raising towers). Create barracks / stables / builders and generate as much troop as you can afford. And send them off for battle. Since with one tower raised gold is pretty much unlimited, so the challenge is lost. Maybe to counter this, the population cap is limited to 25 only.

Despite this simpleness, there are flaws. Hope you can resist the urge to take a break during a mission because the greatest flaw of all is perhaps, the inability to save a game anywhere. You can only save a game after you finished a mission and that means should you play for hours only to fail that mission, you must start over. Have fun with that, considering some missions seems to take forever. Soon you may forget how to pee or to eat.

Gameplay is also limited, spare the custom scenario. There are only two single-player campaigns: the Greek and the Trojan. Pick what you will, both tell the story of Troy from their own perspective. At a certain mission in each campaign, you get to play as Hero Menelaus and Paris respectively. And you all know what happens.

A lack of multiplayer is another minus. So, once you're done with the epically long campaigns you're pretty much done with the game, unless you like fiddling with the scenario editor, which is, for some reason: sort of unfinished.

The graphics and the engine is okay enough to be passable but nothing too extraordinary. Everything is in 3D graphics, call it a step-up from the then usual RTS games, if you will. The system requirements are abyssal compared to current standard PC hardware, so even your grandma's rig can run this flawlessly.

The game has a minor RPG elements integrated, again kept simple. So simple that you don't even need to make use of it at all. All troops gain experience the more they kill and survive, getting ups in Ranks and becoming somewhat more powerful. Even Hero units become powerful. This gives you the incentive to try and fight with a full 25-men squad full of Rank 3 (the highest) troops of all kinds. There are also certain magic items to be used like the Skull of Hades, which gives you skeletal troops to fight your enemies and the Mirror of Aphrodite, which lets you cast temporary invincibility area-of-effect over your troops.

Where this game shines somewhat is probably the authentic musical score. I see no big names behind them but the music is absolutely fitting and very thematic with the "ancient wars" scenario. A calm music normally that changes into high paced war beats as your hero and his gang charges into battle is done very well. It's somewhat repetitive throughout all of the campaign but you're less likely to find it boring or tasteless.

All-in-all, Battle For Troy is a cheap and easy Real Time Strategy game that you can pick off anytime and start playing.You don't even need to be a RTS player to get started with it. Heck, any kid can get started with it. May this be a stepping stone for bigger and grander RTS games like Age of Empires or Starcraft.

If you want deep challenge from strategy games, skip this game altogether. There are better Real Time Strategy games for you to try out there.

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