Best Medieval/War/Adventure games

#9

its a cog game by lucid

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#10

It was a game by Lucid. No one knows if he will continue developing it or not and it is not playable anymore.

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#11

I thought he said he wasn’t going to make it anymore. Something about it being to complicated and that a cyoa game wasn’t really the best medium for an open world rpg game.

#12

Yes, but he didn’t say it’s abandoned. It may return, it may not.

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#13

It sounds like a good game.

#14

My mistake then. I just kind of took it as it was abandoned. Sorry.

#15

Nah, I shouldn’t have mentioned it in the first place - it can’t be played anymore.

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#16

The Lost Heir is one of my top three CoG series.

Along side The Zombie Exodus and Choice of Rebel.

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#17

You should try Life of a Wizard if you haven’t, or Lucid’s other games.

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#18

I haven’t yet, but I will!

Btw, how do you get the regulasr title?

#19

I don’t exactly remember the details, you should pretty much read a certain percentage of the newest posts, have an amount of posts and likes received/given. I think there’s a thread which explains with details how to become one.

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#20

Thanks for the info.

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#21

war for the west
blood and steel

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#22

Thanks for the mention.

#23

yep those are two of the best. Hope update for war of the west comes out soon

#24

This one is pretty good (though still a WIP)

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#25

As Jot mentioned War for the West and Blood and Steel are the best current ones being worked on. I prefer Blood and Steel personally because it feels like I can tailor my playthroughs to a greater degree.

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#26

And in War For The West, you have:

  • Proper house management. (Unlike Blood and Steel).

  • Randomized and more interesting runs. (Unlike Blood and Steel).

  • More interesting characters. (Unlike Blood and Steel?)

  • Reasonable update times.

  • Balanced mechanics.

Thanks, regardless, though.

#27

Both are quite good and I’m willing to forgive slow updates given the quality. :stuck_out_tongue:

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#28

I guess one thing they have in common is the duration of the updates.

VERY LONG.

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