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Disciples III - Resurrection

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Disciples III: Resurrection – a grand sequel of the series!

This is a new landmark in the history of Nevendaar, when a new race ascends to power – the ruthless and merciless Undead Hordes. It is the story of selfless love and unfading glory. Heroes of the past, who had lost their lives, but not their sentience, are exacting their revenge in the name of Mortis, the Goddess of Death.

This Disciples 3 game is dedicated to a new race – the Undead Hordes. It was the mostly anticipated race among the gamers and fans of the Disciples series, and now their dreams have come true.

Key features:
  • The most expected race – The Undead Hordes!
  • Over 70 hours of gameplay. This is even more than in the previous game in the series – Disciples III: Renaissance!
  • Two storyline characters, four leaders of the Undead Hordes, two bosses and over 50 new units.
  • Revised gameplay balance.
  • Famous distinct gothic atmosphere. Unique style and design. Detailed and realistic world.
  • Dramatic and intriguing plot with countless different exciting quests.
Release date
Kalypso Media, Kalypso
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP 2 / Vista / Windows 7
  • Processor: 2 GHz Single Core
  • Memory: 1 GB
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, 128 MB (Shader Model 2.0 required)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 8 GB
  • Sound: DirectX compatible
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Disciples III - Resurrection reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Leading The Undead Hordes is generally a lot of Fun. Only the higher degree Of Difficulty takes something off the Fun Of the Game. Until you finally have fully upgraded Armies, there are no Enemies left. But still worth a Look if you've already played the Main Game up and down. It is also a Pity that the Game graces itself a bit when Installed at second And does not want to be played again. Even after Updates can no longer be installed. Conclusion: Here, Game Fun is guaranteed for anyone who likes to play lap strategy à la Heroes of Might and Magic.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
To be brief. If you want to play a restarting simulator, you're in the right Place for this Game. I've liked all the Titles from the Series so far and they've all been Fun for me, but this Game has so many Bugs that it's unplayable. Ground Textures Are constantly disappearing, you no longer come to your City or it hangs up right away. The 2 Minutes of Play in between, however, is very fun! The Problem is that the Developer has gone bust. The Game was released with bending and breaking still released and a short Time later the Support stopped. I would say that it is max in Alpha Status. If you don't have a Problem with it and like to suffer, I can only recommend the Game!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Disciples 3 Resurrection is a turn-based Strategy game from Akella. If you are interested in the Basic Things of the Game, you can read through My Review of Disciples 3 Renaissance, there I explained the most important thing, here I would just like to mention a few Changes. The Initiative system has been revised, some Units are now coming several times in one Round. However, the whole System is not really well transparent and, above all, not quite mature. For this, a Unit can now finally wait and carry out its Action at a later Date. In addition, the Defensive Mode will now give a Bonus until another Action is taken. Unfortunately, I could not see More changes because and that is the big Disadvantage of this Game, you have no real Chance of moving forward in the Campaign. Many of the neutral Units already have a stronger Force than yourself, you actually only have a real Chance if you get at least one Werewolf. However, at some point the Game throws a Hero with maximum Level and a full Squad at a Time when you can be happy when all Units are at least one Level high. Since Resurrection, like its Predecessor, does not really offer much Away from the Campaign, there was no Reason for me to give the Game any chance yet. Since the Developer no longer exists and the Game is already a bit older, one can unfortunately not assume that something else happens. If you want to do yourself a Favour, leave the Fingers of Resurrection, it's absolutely not worth its Money. Away from the Campaign, there are just 2 Cards on which the Undead are playable and even though the Units look great again, it's just frustrating, especially as a Fan of the Franchise, when you have to look at how a once real good Row is final against the Tree is driven. RIP Disciples.
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