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Damian Thomas
King's Bounty: The Legend Reviewed
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01.28.10 - 5:52 PM

Remember King's Bounty, that 20-year-old Strategy RPG from New World Computing that exists as the predecessor to Heroes of Might and Magic? Yeah, you better! Whether you played the DOS version or the Genesis version, you can't help but acknowledge what a good concept it was at the time.

Turns out, it's still a good concept. The proof is in the pudding, and today's heaping helping of pudding is dished out in the form of Katauri Interactive's King's Bounty: The Legend. Released for the PC two years ago, it pumped new life into an all-but-dead franchise. And since then, the follow-up King's Bounty: Armored Princess has also proven to be quite an enjoyable game. With luck, we may cover that game as well.

But for now, enjoy Bob Richardson's review of KB:TL. And if none of the previous post applied to you because you didn't know anything about this series, well it's time to get an education.

Go on, get educated! Click the link, child, and get yo'self an edumacation!


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