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News  → New King`s Bounty Web Site

There is a new, full-featured Web site for the upcoming King's Bounty: The Legend. Available in four languages, it describes the various features of the game, from the characters and the role-playing system to magic and game locations. There are several sections under construction, but with a little luck the publisher won't end up with a half-baked site like MightandMagic.com.

Speaking of King's Bounty, did you know there was a boardgame, released in 1991?
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Crayno at 2008-05-30 08:53 wrote:
Fantasy wars has Starforce on it yes, didn't experience any problems although I'm fiercely against these kind of programs.

PhoenixReborn at 2008-03-26 18:26 wrote:
I'm not very optimistic about KB - I'll better read first player reviews before considering to buy it.

Always a good practice to read player reviews. However, I'm very optimistic about KB.

It seems like Heroes with a twist...a good thing in my book.

It can't be worse than say...Dungeon Lords.

Daystar at 2008-03-10 02:54 wrote:
It did not have Star Force.
King Imp at 2008-03-09 19:27 wrote:
I'll be getting this regardless of whether it sucks or not. I'm a sucker for turn-based battle games and since they are in such low quantity these days, I try to get my hands on all I can get.

Quick question. 1C's other game, Fantasy Wars, does anyone know if that had Starforce on it? If so, I have the game and I haven't seen any ill effects from it.

arturchix at 2008-03-09 17:59 wrote:
How about Starforce? ;)

I'm not very optimistic about KB - I'll better read first player reviews before considering to buy it.

HodgePodge at 2008-03-09 17:09 wrote:
Yikes, looks like I might have to rethink getting this game:

Recommended Specifications:

Processor Pentium IV 3000 MHz or analogous AMD
RAM 1Gb
Videocard Nvidia GF7800 with 256Mb or analogous by ATI
The key word here is Recommended Specifications. The Minimum System Requirements aren't available yet.

For myself, I have a 3 year old computer which meets all the recommended specifications except my Video Card is a GF7600 with 256Mb so I'm thinking King's Bounty would probably run okay on my rig. I'm just wondering what copy-protection they're planning to use. ;|

Moragauth at 2008-03-08 17:49 wrote:
Haha I don't have a problem with it. I like the fact that it has global spells, like Age of Wonders II, at least if I'm reading it correctly.

Metathron at 2008-03-08 15:25 wrote:
Looks cartoonish, plus no dark elves. Oh well, it'll probably be fun. At least it'll work on my 3 year old PC... :D

For me, "cartoonish" is always a big plus, no matter the genre.

Moragauth at 2008-03-08 15:08 wrote:
Looks cartoonish, plus no dark elves. Oh well, it'll probably be fun. At least it'll work on my 3 year old PC... :D

Ryder at 2008-03-08 10:16 wrote:
I know what KB is, I have it on my PC now and had it on my C64.

I could understand the complaint if Ubi were making it but not some company without any previous ties to the franchise.

theLuckyDragon at 2008-03-08 07:24 wrote:
What has H5, or the fans of H3/4 got to do with this game? I dont see the connection.

Well the game is called King's Bounty, so there's at least one tiny link to HoMM. Plus, the game has several similarities to HoMM (hero with skills, stats, spells wandering on a map, fulfilling quests, battling monsters, conquering cities, gathering artifacts etc.) that might attract people who are interested in HoMM.

darknessfood at 2008-03-08 01:10 wrote:
Well, site looks great. Once there is a demo, i am sure to try it :)

Ryder at 2008-03-07 22:06 wrote:
"So no one else is concerned by high sys reqs?

I thought that was a big deal about h5 where they were putting graphics over gameplay and how the h3/h4 fan base doesn't have machines that can run these new games..."

No not at all. It's 2008 not 2002. I have a 5yo PC and I'm not expecting it to run any new game. That will be the min specs for all new games coming out.

What has H5, or the fans of H3/4 got to do with this game? I dont see the connection.

Metathron at 2008-03-07 15:56 wrote:
Integrated into browsers such as Firefox, I should add, so you hardly have to lift a finger.

Angelspit at 2008-03-07 15:27 wrote:
For the love of the gods, only final version of the game shall be translated into English by pro's. Website has been translated by webmaster and alph of the game by devs.
<br>Also, the misprint can easily happen if you type too fast and it can also happen to English-speaking people.
It's all fine for a family homepage, but for commercial Web sites a little more attention to detail is expected. Especially when there are tools such as spell checkers.

PhoenixReborn at 2008-03-07 15:16 wrote:
So no one else is concerned by high sys reqs?

I thought that was a big deal about h5 where they were putting graphics over gameplay and how the h3/h4 fan base doesn't have machines that can run these new games...

Akul at 2008-03-07 07:40 wrote:
For the love of the gods, only final version of the game shall be translated into English by pro's. Website has been translated by webmaster and alph of the game by devs.
Also, the misprint can easily happen if you type too fast and it can also happen to English-speaking people.
King Imp at 2008-03-07 06:19 wrote:
"
>Here we go again with a Russian company that
>can't be bothered to have a native English speaker proofread.


Yeah, that misprint is first thing that would draw your attention on this website. Jeez..

By all means, elaborate.

Daystar at 2008-03-07 03:09 wrote:
I think if there's any real problem someone will figure out how to mod things to make them accurate.

Metathron at 2008-03-07 02:22 wrote:
Yay, Heroes VI is here already! :D

And there's hardly any need for native speakers, just a good translator. Apparently, those either seem to be in short demand, or the company is really cheap.

MistWeaver at 2008-03-06 19:51 wrote:
"
>Here we go again with a Russian company that
>can't be bothered to have a native English speaker proofread.


Yeah, that misprint is first thing that would draw your attention on this website. Jeez..

Meandor at 2008-03-06 19:44 wrote:
What, there can`t be new race called "orces"? :D
King Imp at 2008-03-06 19:37 wrote:
"Orces"

Here we go again with a Russian company that can't be bothered to have a native English speaker proofread.

PhoenixReborn at 2008-03-06 19:11 wrote:
Yikes, looks like I might have to rethink getting this game:

Recommended Specifications:

Processor Pentium IV 3000 MHz or analogous AMD
RAM 1Gb
Videocard Nvidia GF7800 with 256Mb or analogous by ATI

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