GAME REVIEW – Tiger Knight: Empire War (via Oasis Games)

SORRY FOR THE AUDIO. Gawd. I can never get it right the first time! More testing is needed!

Regardless, if your looking for absolute madness and mayhem, this is the game for you. It certainly gives you the feeling of complete madness of medieval fighting. What’s happening? Who knows?!

MMOs.com said: “Tiger Knight: Empire Wars is a solid game with a lot of potential but one plagued by optimization issues, limited maps, and a ridiculously long Duel Mode queue. The combat also feels clunky. That being said, the game places players in the middle of the action, allowing them to experience the violence, and confusion of medieval battles. The matches are fun to play, especially the Epic War mode. Best of all, the game is free so there’s nothing to lose by trying this game out. Overall, a good game and one that I’d recommend.”

OneAngryGamer.net said: “This is probably one of the best free to play MMORPGs I have ever played in terms of fun factor. The graphics are beautiful if you can turn them up high enough, Tiger Knights‘ Duel mode is probably the most flawed game mode because it has no spawn protection and it sometimes stacks all the skilled players on one team, leaving new players and unskilled fighters to try and struggle on another team together.”

Jump right into the slaughter and see the first 15 minutes of game play here:

Roll NEED. This game is awesome.

About Tiger Knight: Empire War

Tiger Knight: Empire War is an epic Action Strategy PVP game that brings vivid, historically accurate detail to large-scale warfare set circa 200 BC. Featuring meticulously researched battle equipment and weaponry, music from renowned Final Fantasy Composer Hitoshi Sakimoto, and delivering high-octane strategic combat – Tiger Knight: Empire War delivers a thrilling gameplay experience that will keep you coming back for more!

In the Early Access phase of the game, players can take control of three of the most powerful armies in Chinese history – the Three Kingdoms. Each army boasts its own strengths and weaknesses, allowing players to choose the forces that best represent their battle strategies. Tiger Knight brings the archers, infantry, cavalry and generals of the Wei, Shu and Wu armies to life using an optimized Unreal3 engine, as well as the PhysX physical engine, Hair Works and advanced action motion capturing. The developers at NetDragon have spared nothing in their attention to historical accuracy, researching existing ancient artifacts to design each weapon and piece of armor available in the game, while using real-life battle equipment to record in-game sound effects.

The game features three distinct modes of play, and will soon expand the selection of armies to include the Romans, as well as many of histories other greatest forces! Join the battlefield today to see why so many players have already fallen in love with Tiger Knight: Empire War!

Game Modes

  • Command Mode: PVP Mode (with soldiers)
    10-14 players from all camps can respectively command 1 adjutant and up to 40 soldiers. Command Mode consists of battles comprising hundreds of units and includes two sub-modes: Conquest and Siege.
  • Duel Mode: PK between generals (without soldiers)
    This mode features battle without soldiers. It supports a 16V16 battle and contains six sub-modes. Players can fight individually or in teams. Each bout lasts for about 15 minutes.
  • Epic War: Cooperation between teams (PVE Mode)
    Players must cooperate as a team to fight with the AI in realistic simulations of famous battles from the Three Kingdoms period. This mode features three difficulty levels: easy, normal and hard.

Game Features

  • Controls
    Utilizing a classic keyboard & mouse control scheme by default, players attack/parry with their mouse and move/issue orders with the keyboard. Players have access to a vast amount of combo attacks, charge attacks, and charge and penetration techniques to defeat opposing forces in battle.
  • Restraint on Weapons and Armors
    Tiger Knight employs a unique method for calculating damage and defense. Damage is classified into several types according to weapons and attack methods (chop, crush and pierce). Armors are offered in cloth, leather, iron and composite materials, and weapons will have different effects when paired with distinct armors. Damage will also vary based on the location of each battle.
  • Real-Life Battlefields
    Tiger Knight features numerous iconic real-life battlefields, each requiring a tailored combat strategy. Players’ success will hinge on how well they adapt their strategy for each location.
  • Various Collection Modes
    Tiger Knight features 10 upgrade modes, each containing 5-10 troops. Players unlock and upgrade new modes by obtaining experience, prestige and copper, recruiting adjutants from famous heroes in the Three Kingdom Period and training them in different skills and formations.
  • Vast Equipment Supply
    Tiger Knight offers players more than 1000 historically accurate pieces of armor and weaponry, as well as 50 horses and accompanying gear. Each weapon and piece of armor is useful under certain circumstances, enabling players to outfit their generals to their preferred style of play.
  • Unique Adjutant System
    In addition to unlocking new soldiers, Tiger Knight players can also recruit famous adjutants throughout the game. These adjutants each have unique capabilities and skills, special formations, and different levels of loyalty.

 

Tiger Knight: Empire War Media

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Tech Specs

    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7, 8 ,10 32bit
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz Dual core or equipment
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: directx9 compliant graphics card with 1024MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

RECOMMENDED:

    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7, 8 ,10 64bit
    • Processor: 3.7 GHz 4 core or equipment
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: directx11 compliant graphics card with 2048MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

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