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The story of Elemental: War of Magic begins with an immersive single player campaign with you being the only person in your kingdom with the ability...
The story of Elemental: War of Magic begins with an immersive single player campaign with you being the only person in your kingdom with the ability to channel magic through mysterious shards of magic that are scattered across the world. These shards, a result of a tremendous cataclysm that occurred a century prior when powerful beings waged war across the world, are the source of much of the world’s magic.
With the powers of old now gone, you now hold the key to the use of magic in your land. As ruler of your land and a channeler of magic, you must decide how much of your power to imbue into your heroes as you build new cities, explore dungeons, perfect spells of ever-increasing power and negotiate with friends and foes alike. Other channelers in the world, whether they be of the race of Men, The Fallen or the Beasts, are also able to access magic and may not share your vision of the world.
Available on: PC PC Rank: 5655 / 5,991 | Overall Rank: 13346 / 14,380
|Stardock giving Elemental: Fallen Enchantress away fo... (12)|
|Stardock's CEO Brad Wardell has announced that Elemental: Fallen Enchantress will be given away for free, as restitution for the buggy release of the original Elemental: War of Magic.|
|Posted: 29.10.2012 by JonahFalcon|
|Stardock's Brad Wardell embroiled in sexual harrassme... (13)|
|Stardock CEO Brad Wardell is currently embroiled in a sexual harassment suit against former employee Alexandra Miseta, whom Stardock is suing for her alleged sabotage after she quit as marketing manager. The company blames her for the poor sales of the company's ambitious strategy game, Elemental: Fall of Magic.|
|Posted: 09.09.2012 by JonahFalcon|
|Stardock giving away new game for free - "we feel we ... (3)|
|CEO Brad Wardell of Stardock Games has explained his studio's plan for the new Elemental title, Fallen Enchantress It's "name is tarnished" he admits, because the original was a "mediocre game."
The Galactic Civilizations developer knows they dropped the ball with War of Magic in 2010, and Wardell feels so strongly about this he's offering either a discount on Fallen Enchantress, or a free copy depending on when you bought the game.
|Posted: 30.03.2012 by Technet2k|
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