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Robin Hood ist ein überraschend spaßiges Spiel. Sieht man von den verschiedenen Bugs im Spiel einmal ab, so kann Robin Hood - Legende von Sherwood ein netter Zeitvertreib sein. Ein etwas informativeres gedrucktes Handbuch anstelle des Englischsprachigen Teil der Quickstart Referenz wäre dennoch wünschenswert gewesen.
All that aside, Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood is a solid game. I’m glad to see it revived, but it wasn’t perfect in 2005, and hardly anything has been corrected. It gets repetitious, but the story is often enough to pull you through to the next level. Fans of Robin Hood will be pleased. Fans of strategy games in general? Well, it depends upon how retro you’re willing to go.
Though it might not hold a visual candle to more sophisticated fare and is lacking in the replay department, Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood will appeal to users of older Macs looking for some fun strategy gaming.