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- Wide array of tactics and strategies based on actual forces and armies of the thirteenth century
- Genuine heraldry of European heraldry and chivalry
- Over 60 historical characters, including Philip II Augustus, Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Edward I, Alexander Nevsky, Daniil Galitsky, Simon de Montfort, and William Marsha
- Dozens of unit types, including heavy knights, mounted and foot sergeants, archers, arbalesters, lance knights, darters, and warriors bearing axes, maces, and falchions
- Weapons and armor painstakingly modeled on thirteenth century standards, down to minute details of style, quality, and heraldry
- Accurate depiction of each nation's combat strengths: the French knights are unrivaled in mounted combat, the Welsh archers are experts at forest fighting, the Mongolian cavalry maneuvers with lightning speed, and the Italian arbalesters are the best shooters in Europe
- Unique combat system defined by 80 parameters that enable the authentic reconstruction of medieval warfare, down to the actions of individual soldiers
- Realistic unit animation for individual soldiers
- Reconstructed medieval fortresses: the inaccessible Chateau-Gaillard, the majestic Lincoln, the old Pskov Kremlin
- Siege machinery includes catapults, mangonels, trebuchets, and siege towers
- Stunning voice acting recreates the shouts and commands of the battlefield
- Built-in micro-encyclopedia contains reference information
- State-of-the-art shader graphics offer an astonishing level of realistic detail
descriptionWelcome to the XIII Century, an age of noble knights and ruthless nomads, of courageous deeds and epic battles. A bloody era where disputes are settled by the sword, and death or glory march side by side. XIII Century: Death or Glory immerses you deep in the Middle Ages as one of the famous military leaders of the time. Test your nerve as you battle neighbouring nations and carve your name into the history books. The stakes are high – personal honour and the fate of nations lay in your hands.
|Official Release Date||Jun 11, 2010|
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