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Disciples III: Resurrection is vanwege de moeilijkheidsgraaad zeker en vast niet voor iedereen, maar al wie het origineel kon smaken en op zoek is naar een extra uitdaging zal hier zijn gading vinden.
In einigen Belangen kann „Disciples III: Resurrection“ sich durchaus positiv vom weniger gelungenen direkten Vorgänger abheben. Was bleibt, sind kleinere technische Wehwehchen. So empfiehlt es sich beispielsweise nicht, das Spiel zu minimieren, denn hier besteht eine Tendenz zum Einfrieren oder Aufhängen. Die Stärken des Spiels liegen mit Sicherheit in der erzählerischen Aufbereitung. Alles in allem macht Entwickler Akella mit diesem Titel wieder einen Schritt in die richtige Richtung. Wenn man die technischen Probleme in der Zukunft auch noch in den Griff bekommt, steht einem wirklich großartigen „Disciples IV“ nichts mehr im Weg.
De la blocajul cauzat de Alt-Tab până la crash-uri în desktop şi încărcare la nesfârşit înainte de lupte, Disciples III: Resurrection mai dă pe alături când vine vorba de bug-uri. Nimic însă atât de problematic ca să-i oprească pe fanii TBS-ului şi ai seriei Disciples în special să se distreze cu cele câteva zeci de ore de campanie sau cu hărţile individuale.
There is a Hotseat mode to distract from the tedious campaign mode, but this too mirrors the flaws found in the single player. The game could have been a real gem, but its unholy learning curve and stupefying voice acting kills that dream early on. Fans may appreciate yet another game to add to the franchise, but for everyone else there’s nothing to see here.
If you’re in a TBS lull and have the urge to play something new, Disciples III could fill the gap. You’ll have to be dedicated to the cause – not only is the amount of playtime huge, but the issues we had could strike yourself. Some will find its look and concept tired and defunct, but slow paced strategy titles are still big business. If anything, it’s good to have the choice of another franchise in English. It’s just a shame that the potential for something great has been squandered by a lack of sheen.
Overall, Disciples III: Resurrection is an expansion that features plenty of turn-based gaming hours, but these come bundled with technical issues and a couple of design choices that get more and more annoying as you progress through the campaign.
Solid gameplay and excellent graphics can’t mask a weak campaign, making this installment of Disciples hard to recommend. The ability to play multiplayer games over the internet might have done the trick but unfortunately Disciples still lives in the past offering only a hot-seat mode which I doubt is used at all. This is one game that doesn’t need Resurrection, it is better left alone.
For hardcore TBS junkies, micromanagers, and fans of the series, Resurrection fits the bill of an unforgiving game that will stretch players to their limits while providing plenty of variety. For anybody else, however, this is a title best left undisturbed in the grave.
There are better troop based RTS games, like Dawn of War 2 (never thought I’d use that game as a good example of something), and if you’re looking for building type RTS I’d go for Starcraft 2. Disciples 3 – Resurrection however gets a disappointing 3 bored-to-tears out of 10.