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We are in one dank bog, talking to one Roman lunatic’s ghostly wife. This one considers himself as Emperor Hadrian. We are desperately attempting to persuade her so that she can make him go away. The question is, where did our life go so wrong? We are supposed to be King Arthur’s son, for the sake of the Old Gods.

As you can see, Arthur is about to die, owing to one exploding Grail, and thus, it falls to you to try and scour the land as well as unraveling the exact reason that significant big spikes can erupt out of the globe all over the place. Surely, by ‘scour the land’, we indeed mean slowly turn Britain’s great big map your colour, as that is what you will do in RPGs. Oh, wait, no, we mean RTSes. Wait – which is it again?

Here, King Arthur II loves to confound the expectations. You will stomp into it willing to rampage around with one large stack of units, and all of a sudden, it will urge you with dialogue choices asking you whether you desire to kiss one faun to exchange one magic flute. Alternately, barge into the bedroom of an abbot. Or refuse the wine glasses that you inexplicably become offered all the time.

Also, the campaign map that is turn-based is appealing enough – villages burning away in the plagued region and the forests swaying in the breeze in the country’s nicer parts. Yet, the fantastic real-time battle maps should be the best bits. Some will have mountains which tower imposingly over the legions. Meanwhile, some will have river deltas, or chapels that are nestled in the forest clearings. Assault London, and climb through the streets toward the magnificent castle – it a beautiful moment here in this excellent game. Enjoy!


King Arthur: Legend of the sword: How to win (part 2)

  1. Try to Defend Yourself

There are many ways of defending throughout the game. For example, block the attack of your opponent. A block is simple enough to perform, yet there is one downside to it. That is, blocking can probably be interrupted. Also, you will still get damage no matter when you block. Plus, you will not survive when you keep on preventing attacks. In another way, it is dodging. Yet, it is a tricky move for pulling off. You should be quick. You will also have to time the dodges at the proper time for them to get productive.

  1. Counter The Opponent

As soon as you are great at dodging attacks, you can perform counter-attacks. It is the right way of dishing out damage without getting any damage in return. Swipe on the opponent at the right moment that they are going to attack. Be sure that you can stay on your toes as well as watching out for any chance to hit back at the opponent. Also, you can attack right after one rival misses. Punish them for each missed attack.

Try and prove that you can become the Excalibur master by following these tips.

  1. The Excalibur Mini-Game

When you finish activating Excalibur, you will get into one mini-game, where you aim to take down as plenty of rivals as you can while utilizing the sword in question. As Excalibur is a mighty, legendary sword, it will take down all competitors, regardless of how much health they remain. In other words, you should make use of Excalibur once you get it activated and prepared for use. It can do you well in eliminating many enemies. Plus, you will need it when you fight the final boss. Yet, you should not hold on overly long to it.