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Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders (Xbox)

by Phantagram
No Operating System, Xbox
 Ages 12 and Over
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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  • 50+ missions taking place in 60+ maps
  • 30+ hours of playtime, plus Xbox LIVE modes, head-to-head, death match, feature downloads, real-time ranking, etc
  • Epic battles with 1000 units in a battle field
  • Detailed character modelling
  • Each race has up to 15 types of troops with diverse abilities
  • 6 weather variations
  • 3D art and cinematic camera angles
  • Choose from 4 available campaigns. 2 main races, divided into 2 nations each
  • Players can fight the enemy themselves (action) or command the troops (strategy).
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Game Information

  • Platform:    No Operating System, Xbox
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Product details

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  • ASIN: B0002ZO1JY
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 29 Oct. 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,364 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Lead hundreds of troops into war, while managing resources, augmenting their forces, and fighting in this medieval 3D real-time strategy game.

The Crusaders begins with the discovery that Dark Legions have massacred a group of villagers living near a former battleground, which has since become sacred land. Politics, rivalry, and vendettas ensue and before long, the short-lived peace in the world is over.

Players can choose which race they would like to play and select one of several character types within each race. From here, it is all about war. Hire or acquire more forces or develop your infantry into more specialized and powerful units as the game progresses.

The 3D battle scenes in this game from fight to death are compelling, realistic and thrilling

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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful
By Chris D
In so many words this game is an awesome RTS game for a console. However, if you're a fan of RTS games on the PC (like myself) you may not find the tactical choices you make all that inspiring. Despite this I found it really enjoyable and spent many hours (60+ easy) getting through the 4 single player campaigns, in considering going through it all again and choosing some units I didn't used much. The general gist of the game is to lead an army into battle and whoop some ass. You get ground units ranging from your average claymore wielding knights (yeah baby!) to mortar teams and griffon riders (for the humans) and dark elf cavalry riders, undead ghouls and bone dragons (for the err bad guys). You can customise your army any way you feel like and through each battle you gain experience which you can use to upgrade your troops' skills up to a point where you can unleash the odd meteor storm, healing field or lightning storm...your average arsenal I'm sure you'll agree.
What sets this apart from other games of it's type (I'm thinking Dynasty Warriors 3 here) is you actually get to control the outcome of the battle with a large set of units instead of running around as 1 guy bashing the bejesus out of anything that isn't wearing your team's colours. Unfortunately you only get to physically control one individual, that being one of 4 generals (2 human, 2 bad guys), but they have a fun set of moves that you'll spend a while getting to grips with and finding out which are the most appropriate for a given situation. However, I found myself using the same sets of moves all the time, simply because they worked at dealing the making amount of damage to whatever poor sucker(s) that gets in the way of my greatsword.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Choppy Chop Chumps 23 May 2012
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The two Kingdom Under Fire games released only on Xbox have always had a reputation for being difficult real time strategy games that often have gamers stumped at certain points. KUF The Crusaders is the sequel to Kingdom Under Fire: A War of Heroes, a 2001 PC game, which has since changed and altered due to its console status. Developed in 2004 by Phantagram, KUF:TC combined strategic war elements on and off the field with personal hack and slash fighting should your unit come across enemies. In its time it made use of Xbox Live's multiplayer capabilities, which has since been made defunct, to fight against other players troops and characters. PEGI recommends it for persons over the age of 12, despite an abundance of fantasy gore (mostly blood spray, burning and deaths) and the odd expletive in some heated discussions.

Set on the continent of Bersia, the races and nations of humans, elves, dwarves and orcs are at odds for taking over the land and in some cases locating, chasing, understanding and/or destroying a sacred artifact known as the 'Ancient Heart'. The standard humans are based in Hironeiden, with loyalty to the king and a standard, christian-like religion. Ecclesia is home to more extreme religious humans, blindly swearing loyalty to the Patriarch, a madman twisted in his fixation with the Ancient Heart. The dwarves and high elves however remain rather unknown but are considered comrades to the human alliance. The Dark Legion consist of several orc and ogre tribes in Hexter, led by war-chiefs, these are mostly brainless stooges who only care for their land but pledge allegiance to the darker forces. The dark elves are stationed in Vellond, under rule of vampires and their subjects (half vampires).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Spectacular, truly Splendid 26 July 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The Kingdom Under Fire series is definitely one the best game series ever made and both of the Xbox games have been superb. This is undeniably one of the best games ever made. You will not find another game that is able to blend so many features, elements and genres together and pull them of with the same level of perfection that The Crusaders and Heroes does. The people who dislike this game either haven't play it or couldn't get past the first level because it was too hard for them. Well the KUF games have always been difficult so real gamers should be able to handle them whereas gamers who play CoD and Skyrim probably wouldn't be able to as they're used to things being easy where the game holds their hands.

In summary: Kingdom Under Fire The Crusaders is an action, RTS, RPG. The recent Kingdom Under Fire (Circle of Doom) strayed away from the RTS elements though and just built the action and RPG elements up providing a rather mediocre experience gameplay wise (although the story was pretty good so long as you manage to understand it).

So what makes this game good? Firstly, it has a well written story which draws you in as it progresses and then ends with an epic finale. The characters are interesting and each have their own personality and goals which continue on through the series. The voice acting for the main characters is done well (also consider that this is English dubbing that is actually excellently performed) and emotions are displayed realistically. Secondly, the missions are simply great. The first two characters you can play as have pretty easy missions for the most part although later on they become harder. For the last two characters (Kendal and Regnier) the missions are much harder and require much more strategic thinking.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad news
I revived the game played the first level then it crashed so I shrugged my shoulder cleaned it and tried again but the same thing happened over and over. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Luke
3.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant game with game breaking bugs
The game itself I believe is brilliant but I won't go into detail about that.

One thing that people should know about is that some of the discs have a bug that when you... Read more
Published on 21 Jan. 2013 by kraus199
1.0 out of 5 stars CRAPPP!!!!
The game we received was suppose to be X-box accessable and it was not. It had said that the game was invalid and had also said it was not an X-box game. Read more
Published on 16 May 2012 by hunter2
5.0 out of 5 stars Everything about this transaction was brilliant! Product & Seller!
Everything about this transaction was brilliant! Product & Seller! One of my fav past time games. Came almost brand new, over joyed! Can't wait for kuf:2 :) thanks!!!
Published on 18 Mar. 2012 by Jamie Bell
4.0 out of 5 stars My favorite RTS (real time strategy game)
I'm in my forties and have played many, many video games. This one is my favorite RTS. I have just bought the sequel (Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes (Xbox)) and can't wait to see how... Read more
Published on 13 May 2011 by Nothing2Chance
Dont listen to the other reviews, you will get HUNDREDS of hours out of this game, and you will LIKE the Characters as they have good voices and the acting makes you see their... Read more
Published on 29 Aug. 2009 by Unknown reviewer
5.0 out of 5 stars greatness
this is simply the best ''Lord of the rings game'' EA never made.
On top of that it will last u ages. 5 STAR STUFF
Published on 22 Jan. 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME!!!
This is the most awesome game on the xbox to date. You play the role of one of 4 Generals in different armies along the same sort of themes as the Warcraft or Lord of the Rings... Read more
Published on 8 Nov. 2004 by Stevey M
5.0 out of 5 stars GET THIS GAME
This game is the best game thats comin out 2004-2005 trust me it bloody brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Published on 30 Oct. 2004 by "tioit"
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