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Post by Eorl @ 11:53am 14/03/12 | 5 Comments
Taleworlds Entertainment and Paradox Interactive have today released an all-in-one package for the medieval games Mount & Blade. The series has long been about giving players a real feel for medieval times, with combat being as close cutting as possible.
Developed by Taleworlds Entertainment, the Mount & Blade Collection comprises the original Mount & Blade, set in the fictional land of Calradia and introducing innovative free-form sandbox melee gameplay. Also in the package is Mount & Blade Warband, featuring multiplayer battles with up to 64 players.

Completing the collection is Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword, based on the cult novel by Nobel-prize winner Henry Sienkiewicz and offering additional multiplayer modes along with the introduction of firearms.
Currently on both Steam and GreenManGaming at $29.99 US, it's definitely a nice price tag for a series that really brings about your medieval instincts, with a RTS/RPG style offering in the singleplayer, and all round mayhem in the multiplayer of each title.



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Winston
Posted 01:13pm 14/3/12
Weird, I just started playing this again last night.

TBH, Warband is the only one worth bothering about.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 01:27pm 14/3/12
TBH, Warband is the only one worth bothering about.
I agree. The original was great but IMO warband improved on it in about every way. And while the fire and blade added some cool new features, i didnt like the limited troop recruitment options.

Never tried multiplayer or mods.
Eorl
Posted 01:34pm 14/3/12
Multiplayer is hilariously fun. Play it with my mates at our LAN's of 6-8 people, really goes off. I'm actually enjoying Fire & Sword more then Warband with the story and new troops etc.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 01:45pm 14/3/12
I loved the new troops in fire and sword but didnt like the methods of acquiring them. I enjoyed recruiting from villages then slowly levelling them up in the previous games where as find a merc camp then upgrading their weapons to me was lame. Plus, i found my troops got massacred by the enemies' higher level troops that i could only acquire through savings POWs.
Totenkopf
Posted 04:12pm 14/3/12
Been playing it since last week, a blast!
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