Wrath Unleashed Ad Blurbs (Xbox)
Wrath Unleashed™ puts you in one-on-one battles with monstrous characters and in strategic command of a team of combatants. The game mixes strategy elements with fast-paced creature combat in a fantasy setting. Engage in one-on-one, arena-style combat in an easy-to learn, yet challenging, strategy game.
Contributed by havoc of smeg (22263) on Jun 22, 2010.
Harness the mighty power of the gods in a rich blend of turn-based strategy and brutal monster fighting
- A unique mix of strategy and action
- Over 30 creatures to control and fight with
- 16 mission campaign
- 15 multiplayer maps, 12 single player maps
The war has raged for an eternity between the forces of light and dark, order and chaos. Now it is your turn to step into the arena, commanding a mythical force of fantastical creatures.
Wrath Unleashed puts you in command of one of four demigods, each representing one of the four elements: earth, air, fire and water. Each has chosen a side in the struggle of order vs chaos but, whoever you choose, you will have an army of mythological creatures at your disposal. From the Light Order Unicorn to the Dark Chaos Demon, you'll see familiar and not so familiar monsters here, all of which have magic and melee attacks at their disposal.
The game is broken into two distinct play modes - turn-based strategy, and fights between warring creatures. Each turn takes place on a huge battleground, broken down into tactical hexes, on which you move your creatures, cast spells, and try to capture strategic temples, citadels and mana points. As creatures clash on this board, Wrath Unleashed turns into a fighting game, with you controlling your monsters as they square off against each other. A torrent of magic, melee and mayhem is released as they fight to secure you victory.
As well as a 16 mission campaign, there are various versus modes for you to explore with up to four players competing simultaneously. Whichever way you choose to play, Wrath Unleashed provides plenty of strategy and excitement for the mythologically minded.
Contributed by DreinIX (10668) on Apr 14, 2008.