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And as for Conan Unconquered? It’s passable. A pastiche. A painting of a game that lacks all the vim and vigour in the brushstrokes that may have offered some semblance of excitement or, heaven forbid, enough enthusiasm to bring Conan himself back to life.
A tower defense game combines with classic RTS feelings. Conan Unconquered does not look so attractive nowadays, it needs more enlighten idea to impress gamers.
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Overall… it's fun, but does get frustrating on the later levels… the fact you can't save your game to try a configuration and then reload if it didn't quite work simply adds to that frustration. At the current price tag I think it might be a little much… but there is a bit of value in the unlockable comic pages and the ability to play through as a couple of other characters is nice. Perhaps wait for a sale unless you happen to really like tower defense style gaming.
Losing to a devastating horde in Conan Unconquered makes victory later on that much sweeter. But it's difficult to know if this kind of challenge-based real-time strategy game can maintain a long-term appeal.
A scrappy and bloody brilliant strategy game that builds further upon the idea of survival strategy, Conan Unconquered doesn't stray too far from its primary influence but it does offer plenty of unique substance that gives it its very own flavour. Now that, is what is best in life.
The people at Petroglyph, a gaming studio renown for their great RTS titles of the past, challenged themselves to accept this burden, and as far as I'm concerned, they pretty much pulled it off.
While it is no genre-defining title like Command & Conquer, Conan Unconquered is more than just a worthy successor to a team of developers known for their storied past. Excellent graphics, if troublesome user interface, and a pacing that will have you both glued to the seat and your heart beating with the very drums of war. Conan Unconquered should without a doubt, be in every RTS fan’s library.
Conan Unconquered is a welcome addition to the RTS genre as it looks to change things up with a more defensive focus. The flaws in the game are not enough of a problem to stop me from recommending it to fans and newcomers to the genre. In fact, I would heartily agree to any invites for a co-op multiplayer session if you've picked it up.
Conan Unconquered is a unique title in the strategy genre, but either due to limited budget or lack of time, the developers failed to reach the full potential of their ideas. Conan has the potential to become one of the best strategies in the market, and maybe developers can reach that potential through future updates, but at its current state, Conan Unconquered might not be the best option for the fans of the genre.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Conan Unconquered offers a fairly unique and fun experience. The graphics are a little dated. The sounds and unit dialogue are amazingly cheesy and over the top and the campaign barely exists. However, unconquered solo and co-op mode offers enough variety and challenge to put the best strategist to the test
Conan Unconquered is a deep and rewarding strategy-survival title with some unfortunate technical issues that could really shine with some updates. Grab a friend and you'll have a quality co-op game on your hands.
Conan Unconquered is a defense based strategy game. This game had a lot of potential to become a very good real-time strategy game and is well-designed in some aspects. But some parts of the game like Economy System has a lot of balancing issues that prevents you from enjoying the game. The game is also overpriced and even one of the three heroes of the game are locked behind a paywall which is not acceptable for a 30$
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To appreciate Conan Unconquered it is necessary to close both eyes on its limits and bear the bizarre design choices, but if it is true that perseverance pays, it is also true that one can get tired much earlier.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Conan Unconquered is an often fun and always brutal experience that will keep you returning for beatings time after time, if you can excuse the already questionable paywall content, economic issues, and lack of game mode variety.
In conclusion, the game didn’t make me want to go back and play more, this was mainly due to the lack of a storyline. Because of this it almost made the game feel like an RTS Tower Defense cross over game that could be released on a mobile platform. I feel harsh saying that because the game isn’t by any means bad, If you are looking for a game that is a pickup and play whenever you have 30 minutes spare then this could be for you and due to this I am awarding the game a Silver Thumb Culture Award.
The game has potential, but right now I would only recommend it to you if you are very clear about what you are getting into and if you like this style of game very much.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Conan Unconquered won't satisfy neither devout RTS fans nor everyone else. Aside from the franchise it's based on, it has no unique hook and is destined to be forgotten and lost in the tide of average titles.
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