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The history of ancient Greece sets a precedent for some epic real-time strategy games. Ancient Wars: Sparta seeks to tap into that potential by redefining some of the most famous battles in an action-packed video game environment. It's not the first time we've seen such, but definitely the first one that dedicates solely to this part of history.
Players choose between three ancient civilizations - the Egyptians, the Persians, and the Spartans. Each has its own unit type, making the game a little more immersive. They also have single-player campaigns, which honestly don't provide the epic experience Ancient Wars: Sparta was aiming for. That leaves the excitement of gameplay to save the day.
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Ancient Wars: Sparta is based upon Mediterranean historical events that took place between 500 and 450 B.C. Single-players entering the campaign must take the role of three different nationalities as they attempt to complete the game. Playing as the Spartans, Egyptians, and Persians, gamers must battle through a variety of scenarios as they struggle to maintain control of Little Asia, Europe, and North Africa. Combat is only a part of the game, and to keep armies happy in the field players must produce food, armor, and shelter for their boys in uniform. Each faction has its own strengths and weakness, such as the Persians ability to bring animals to battle, and gamers can upgrade their skills through research and development. Players who want a quick skirmish can select a side and then engage in a single mission. Through a LAN or the Internet, gamers can challenge international competitors or neighborhood friends to an altered version of ancient history.
Most importantly, ancient Sparta and Persia were not just common fighting forces. They were trained war machines, both unique and highly effective in what they did. Their leaders were cunning and clever, using mixed force armies and innovative tactical stratagems to accomplish their aims. The history books are full of astounding tales from these nations and Sparta in particular deserves an amazing game conversion after such a successful film adaptation - I'm sure many developers are out there right now, dreaming of exotic and wonderful ways in which to digitally realize the full glory of Sparta and its awe-inspiring people. Yet playing Ancient Wars, you get no such feeling; it's as bland and by-the-numbers as any other generic RTS.
Will you gain much enjoyment from Ancient Wars: Sparta? That depends on whether you play it for a simple RTS fix, or for the value of the civilizations and subject material it covers. For a brief play it serves a purpose well enough, but if you really want to get the most out of this exciting period of ancient combat then you'll want to wait until something more inspired comes along, because Ancient Wars is just a bit too spartan to give you the experience that you are hoping for.
Greco-Persian Wars Persian soldier (left) and Greek hoplite (right) depicted fighting, on an ancient kylix, 5th century BC Based on historical events and with a choice of 3 different races, Sparta giving a 3D strategy game with various ancient war machine newly developed, in which the player must use the power of each Ancient Wars Sparta Full PC Game Overview. In this real-time strategy PC game you join the Spartans, Persians, and Egyptians in their epic battle for territorial control.It features a historically accurate time line and allows players to select which affiliation they wish to fight for. Ancient Wars: Sparta is a rehash of the history surrounding ancient Greece and neighboring nations.
Other than the poor frame rate and lack of sound card DVD-ROM support, the one major glitch of the Ancient Wars: Sparta game is the slow performance of the Windows operating system. Although the overall performance of the game on my computer was not too bad, the game would basically freeze when I was on the field and took ages for other players to enjoy the game. However, since the performance issue is not really a major issue for me, I have not bothered to file a bug report with Playlogic. This is probably due to the fact that most people do not usually let technical problems affect their enjoyment of the game. If you are having issues with the Windows system and would like to get some help with this game, then you should definitely look into Playlogic's remote server solution Ancient Wars: Sparta which is free to download.
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Hey guys...can anyone remmember Ancient Wars: Sparta? it was mentioned here in september. if not then take a look at the link.Its an RTS game that looks very like this game, it sounds great and its out in 2 weeks from now Now all i hope is that theres an editor to give a go =sparta AuthorReplies: GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-06-07 06:15 PM EDT (US) 26 / 94 Oh well I don't visit IGN or the game sites... I just meant it got little attention on HG. There was just the thread it was anounced in, and they made an EE3 section in EEH but didn't even say anything about it. It was just there. "It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Irish_PXzyan Conscript posted 03-07-07 08:31 AM EDT (US) 27 / 94 heh thats true!!! They have a EE3 site up now tho so thats something If you check on PlayLogic fourms you will see a moderator has responded and have confirmed the game wont release ont he 13th march! Edios have yet to get there thingys done..and the game should appear in a number of PC magz next month things sound like they are coming along nicely now GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-07-07 10:10 AM EDT (US) 28 / 94 Well thats annoying but I'd rather have a finished game... It also explains why the demo isn't out yet I was starting to worry that they just simply didn't release the demo yet, which would not be a sign of a company that supported its fans. Thankfully they just couldn't make their deadline "It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Spartos Conscript posted 03-09-07 09:19 PM EDT (US) 29 / 94 I've just been through some screenshots of Sparta, and it seems for all the claims their lead designers made in interviews about "historical accuracy" it seems they just couldn't deliver. I'm beginning to think that I'm the only RTS player who cares about history at all. Just take a look at the Egyptians in this screenshot.Ancient Wars: Sparta - Egyptians and PersiansAlmost all of them look like they're wearing the crown of Lower Egypt (Isn't that supposed to be reserved for the Pharaohs?). Their shields are just way too ornate and would be way to heavy and expensive with all those gold and emerald inlays. Their neck-pieces would also be ridiculously heavy, and only reserved for royalty,let alone the common soldier. And please, find me an historical reference for those double-blade weapons (I'm pretty sure they never existed). They could have started with some actual historical evidence, like these tomb ornament Figures made by the Egyptians themselves.Don't even get me started with the Persians. They look like Medieval period Saracen Jihadists crossed with Iraqi terrorists! If they really wanted to represent the Persians accurately, they might have started here.Some of the buildings also look extraordinarily inaccurate, but the Greek Civilization is sound for the most part. If I even buy this game at all it will be for the Spartans, because they don't look that bad. But seriously, is it really that hard to make a game that's historically feasible? Don't tell me people won't by a game that's realistic, Rome: Total War was one of the most popular strategy games ever, and had comparitively excellent historical content (even though their Egyptians were a little wacked too.) Even RaF was a fairly good example of historical accuracy (although I have a few problems with it). So why aren't any RTS games cashin' in on the realistic, nitty-gritty reality approach?After all, if you're trying to portray an ancient civilization, you should at least do research beyond watching "The War in Iraq" and "The Mummy Returns" for your inspiration. So, I'm just wondering if anyone else feels this way, or can explain why game companies are so ignorant. Who knows, maybe we can start a petition to send to World Forge in hopes that the next "Ancient Wars" title will embrace historical content.[This message has been edited by Spartos (edited 03-09-2007 @ 09:30 PM).] GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-09-07 10:32 PM EDT (US) 30 / 94 I honestly think that the companies don't think people will go into the detail you did on the unit art. When they talk about historical accuracy, they simply mean that there is some evidence behind the campaign and that there are no sorcerers who can bring about volcanoes or petrify enemies To the ignorant commoner such as myself, there is nothing wrong with any of that (though I did notice how much gold and art was on it, which the common soldier wouldn't have. I didn't worry about it at all, though)."It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old[This message has been edited by GoSailing (edited 03-09-2007 @ 10:34 PM).] Irish_PXzyan Conscript posted 03-10-07 09:47 AM EDT (US) 31 / 94 I think the units looks bad..I only like the Spartans and will more than likly will only play as the Spartans!The units look terrible..the helmet they wear looks terrible for a normal average unit....I guess we shall see. GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-10-07 11:25 AM EDT (US) 32 / 94 I'm not agreeing with the companies, by the way, I'm just saying what I believe their opinion is. I doubt they think that historic units will affect sales, whether they do or not is another matter."It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Spartos Conscript posted 03-10-07 05:47 PM EDT (US) 33 / 94 Well, if they needed proof they could have looked at the Total War series. There are so many people who play those games just because of their passion for history. I also thought I'd post and show you all the Ancient Wars: Sparta game manual that was posted by World Forge. It has information on gameplay, unit types, buildings and an overview of the civilizations. Even though it's in Russian, you can still translate it with Free Translations. Even though the translation isn't perfect (*understatement) you can still gather quite a few details about how the game will work. You can find the manual for download as a PDF here. (Unit + Building pics also!) GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-10-07 05:57 PM EDT (US) 34 / 94 Thanks Spartos "It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Lysimachus Conscript posted 03-14-07 07:43 PM EDT (US) 35 / 94 I am 100% with you Spartos. I'm another one who cares about historical accuracy.I spent months doing all in my power to get SSSi to portray units as historically accurate as possible. They did better than most companies, but they too messed up on the Egyptian Spearmen...all level 5 spearmen once again looked like pharaoh.You and me Spartos ought to start up our own company and make the most accurately historical RTS games ever made! *if only I had the necessary programming skills*Also, I forgot to mention. All a game company has to do is purchase the Osprey Military Series books for the most accurate historical military dress. Those are the best military books in the WORLD BAR NONE!GoSailing,I really encourage you to learn your history. I was never part of HG because of games. I was here because history drove me to buy a game called "Age of Empires" back in 1998. Believe it or not, Age of Empires tought me a lot of ancient history that I never knew about...I had always been into medieval and Napoleonic, but never ancient. After playing AoE, it made my interest for history grow even more! Get yourself some Osprey Military books, read them...you will see uniforms and military dress like you've never seen before in traditional history books. The weapons are also highly focussed on.The 2 civilizations in RnF that SSSi hit it on was the Persians and Greeks. Romans and Egyptians are a little off. ~Lysimachus - Former HG Angel for Rise & Fall Heaven || Was RaFH Game Info Admin || Proud Member of HG since 1998[This message has been edited by Lysimachus (edited 03-14-2007 @ 07:55 PM).] Spartos Conscript posted 03-14-07 10:10 PM EDT (US) 36 / 94 Well, it's good to see someone who shares the same sentiment as I do. I definitely agree with you about the Osprey books, I've always been a fan of their accuracy and artwork. I now believe my passion for history has exceeded my passion for RTS games. Unlike you, I became an RTS fan first (my first game was Empire Earth) and then started appreciating history as I progressed within the scenario design community. As far as creating an historical RTS, we may have our hopes realized some day with the completion of the 0 A.D. project. Not only does this freeware game look astonishingly accurate, but it also boasts fairly modern graphics and the ability for designers to easily create mods/expansions for the game using the same engine. Who knows, with this projects' future release, the ages of history may finally be brought back to life. GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-14-07 11:09 PM EDT (US) 37 / 94 Lysimachus, first off its nice to see you here. Second, I am somewhat interested in history, but more not really about the dress, and I'm still very ignorant in all things historical (not just the dress) since I haven't even taken a High School history course yet (taking Bio this year)."It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Lysimachus Conscript posted 03-16-07 12:24 PM EDT (US) 38 / 94 That's perfectly understandable GoSailing.You have a bright future awaiting you. I wish you success on the rest of your school years. When you have some spare time, check out the following URLs: -soas.com/CAIS/History/hakhamaneshian/achaemenidmilitaryequip.htm#ScythedChariots ://www.sikyon.com/index.html ://www.historynet.com/magazines/military_history/3027066.html?page=1&c=y -10.asp _xenophon_book7.php ~ancientpersia/org.html _Persians/WAB_kardakes.htm ://hometown.aol.com/dalydr/WAB3.html ://www.worldhistory1a.homestead.com/PERSIA.html ://www.biblepicturegallery.com/Pictures/EgyptianA.htm ~ancientpersia/B_cyrus.html =sib_dp_pt/103-7364026-8143866#r eader-linkEnjoy!P.S. Might have to copy/paste some overly long broken URLs.~Lysimachus - Former HG Angel for Rise & Fall Heaven || Was RaFH Game Info Admin || Proud Member of HG since 1998[This message has been edited by Lysimachus (edited 03-16-2007 @ 12:26 PM).] skparagon Conscript posted 03-19-07 10:13 PM EDT (US) 39 / 94 No hero mode! Well then im not going to get it. When i first saw it i was like COOL it must have hero mode! But sadly no.. so i will just stick whith RAF until a new awesome game like RAF comes out.. Sargon II Conscript posted 03-20-07 07:49 AM EDT (US) 40 / 94 Notice that they have updated the web page, you no longer have to go into a window to see it.Veni, Vidi, Castratavi Illegitimos. Lysimachus Conscript posted 03-26-07 11:29 AM EDT (US) 41 / 94 What website are you talking about? Url please.~Lysimachus - Former HG Angel for Rise & Fall Heaven || Was RaFH Game Info Admin || Proud Member of HG since 1998 GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-26-07 04:33 PM EDT (US) 42 / 94 official website. Not to much info on it, though. BTW, if you click the American flag and it asks for the date, its not asking today's date, but your birthday. It won't let you view the site if you do today's date."It seems to me the humour of Sails is so dry you could strike a match on it and it would be the humour that caught fire." - Friend of Old Papyrus Conscript posted 03-29-07 04:22 PM EDT (US) 43 / 94 Im going to wait several months to get this game for $10. Lesson learnedWhy pay $40 when you can get it for $20 in 3 months. Seeing how it is a raf clone without hero mode. On historical accuracy, thats just bad business. Hence a game that has FANTASY in it.On another note I think its great how Wii chose to go with Gamespy./sarcasm GoSailing EEH Seraph posted 03-29-07 08:26 PM EDT (US) 44 / 94 Quote: 781b155fdc