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Mike Salbato
Phoenix Announces Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar
Come see the announcement trailer and screens!
07.15.14 - 8:09 PM

Phoenix Online Publishing has announced their next release, Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar. Created by the small team at French developer Cuve Games, Heroes & Legends blends gameplay elements from RPGs, strategy titles, and roguelikes.

The title will feature a host of both story-based content and battles alongside plenty of optional side quests (with over 100 monster types), and your party will learn dozens of abilities along the way. Heroes & Legends will also feature a full crafting system for building your own weapons and armor. Oh, and did I mention the lovely hand-drawn artwork? Because it's quite nice. Have a look at our new gallery if you don't believe me. The game's announcement trailer is below:

If all of this sounds good to you, thankfully you don't have to wait long: Heroes & Legends: Conquerors of Kolhar releases on PC, Mac, and Linux on August 21st.


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