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Knights of Honor cd1.nrg
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Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Developer: Black Sea Studios
Genre: Historic Real-Time Strategy
Release Date: Jun 6, 2005 (more)
ESRB: EVERYONE 10+
ESRB Descriptors: Violence Game InformationOnline Modes: Competitive
Number of Players: 1-6
Number of Online Players: 6 Online
DirectX Version: Operating System: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP
Minimum System RequirementsSystem: 1 GHz Intel Pentium III or equivalent
RAM: 256 MB
Video Memory: 16 MB
Hard Drive Space: 1300 MB Recommended System RequirementsSystem: 1.5 GHz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent
RAM: 512 MB
Video Memory: 64 MB
Hard Drive Space: 1300 MB Technical SupportVisit Paradox Interactive web site at: www.paradoxplaza.com
Official SiteVisit the official web site at: www.knights-of-honor.net
Knights of Honor takes place in the Middle Ages. It is a game that requires players to not only take charge of their military power, but to also consider the people living under their rule. Elements such as religion, economy, education, and influence come into play in this very deep strategy game brought to us by Black Sea and Sunflowers.
The ultimate goal in Knights of Honor is to gain territory using strength, intelligence, and influence. Luckily this goal is not as easily obtained as it sounds, since taking over a small next-door province takes much planning and preparation. Very much of the gameplay is made up of how you rule your provinces and how you use your resources.
When starting the game, you’re given the option of playing on Europe or Instant Battle. Instant Battle takes you into Knights of Honor’s battle mode, where the camera is zoomed in on the action. Here you give units commands and have complete control over the battle. In the battle mode the game plays like the RTS titles most gamers are used to.
When you choose Play on Europe you begin the campaign mode. You first choose the era, and then the country you wish to represent. This mode is very involved and even veterans of strategy games will most likely need to at least browse the manual before diving in.