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Mount and Blade for the PC - Mount and Blade for the PC
Thu, October 30 2008 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Still, persevere and you'll be rewarded by the depth of the game: the further you progress, the more political and strategic the game becomes, and the various factions gain and lose power. The world on offer in Mount & Blade is interesting, compelling and flexible - a toy which begs to be played with and is fun to mess with. It's hard to score a game like Mount & Blade (don’t we always say that? – Ed). After all, its open-ended nature means that different people will get different things from the game. If you want to be a money-hoarding trader, then you can be that. If you want to be a halberd-swinging mercenary then you can do that too. If you want to be a general in charge of some loyal troops then that path also is open to you.
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