Undead Horde has you play as a necromancer on his quest to claim the land for himself. You do so by killing every person and animal who resides in each area of the impressively large world. Although this sounds grim, you can bring them back to life after slaying them so they can join you on your path of destruction. The core gameplay involves sending our your horde to take on enemies, using spells and equipment to provide boosts and such, and you can fight as well with whichever weapon you have equipped. It all comes together to form a satisfying formula as you slay countless foes, recruit them to your side, and claim territory for yourself once you slay everyone in an area. Thankfully, it can be quite challenging to boot so optimizing your equipment and horde is the key to success. v1d30chumz 92-62-123-35
One aspect of Undead Horde that's very well accomplished is the fact that you'll come across many different kinds of enemies and situations throughout its campaign. You'll find yourself backtracking to take on super-tough foes, sending undead soldiers out from an unlimited supply, traversing dungeons while collecting key items in order to progress, discovering secret treasures, and much more. The campaign is paced in a way in that it never becomes tedious and all of the variety definitely helps with this. That being said, there's an overall lack of difficulty due to the fact that you merely respawn at your home base whenever you perish with all of your gold, items, and such intact so you can try again endlessly and with no punishment whatsoever aside from wasting your time.
A couple of other downsides of Undead Horde are its voice acting and manual combat. First, the main character has a gravelly voice that stands out of the soundscape a lot and he never seems to shut up either. Almost every action makes him say something so you'll hear him say the same things over and over again. In fact, I stopped attempting to use magic when I didn't have enough points because his repeated lines were driving me crazy. Anyway, fighting enemies by yourself feels very disconnected because it's one of those games where your character just waves a weapon around while the enemies don't react to the attacks. It's very unsatisfying and I wish it felt more like I was actually battling someone to the death instead of just waving a sword and seeing gauges gradually decrease.
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So for me, Shadow Burst - the first skill available on the Shadow page - is essential. It's smart - it causes you to dash forward, transformed into a spectral wolf for about half a second, rushing through enemies and hurting them as you go. But more importantly, you're also draining health from them. The more you swoop through, the bigger the life boost you gain. It means that to get healthier, you have to get deeper into the fight. Then there's my other favourite, the Wolf Shade. He's a temporary buddy wolf who brings a mean fight, especially now he's rank 9, but again siphoning health to you as he bites. The emphasis on combat as healing, combined with your Beserker charge bar (beefed up with Frenzy Mastery and Rampage skills), entices hefty, meaty battles, strung together as closely as possible.
Madame Sosostris, famous clairvoyante,Had a bad cold, neverthelessIs known to be the wisest woman in Europe,With a wicked pack of cards. Here, said she,Is your card, the drowned Phoenician Sailor,(Those are pearls that were his eyes. Look!)Here is Belladonna, the Lady of the Rocks,The lady of situations.Here is the man with three staves, and here the Wheel,And here is the one-eyed merchant, and this card,Which is blank, is something he carries on his back,Which I am forbidden to see. I do not findThe Hanged Man. Fear death by water.I see crowds of people, walking round in a ring.Thank you. If you see dear Mrs. Equitone,Tell her I bring the horoscope myself:One must be so careful these days. 2b1af7f3a8