REVIEWSFantasia: Music Evolved Review
Harmonix's rhythm game based on the Sorceror's Apprentice provided a fun experience of arm-wavy controlling goodness. It also made me want to play Rock Band again.
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In Cultures you will improve your champion and enlarge your empire continuously. Many quests and battles await you against foreign warriors, monsters and against other players online. Starting the game, it’s up to you whether you want to become an infamous Samurai, beginning somewhere around the Pacific Ocean or you start near Iceland and become a powerful Viking. When setting up the details of your lovingly designed character there are virtually no limits, either. Due to an extensive tutorial and an easy-to-learn combat system Cultures is an entertaining game for everybody
The player must manage resources effectively, trade prosperously and advance cautiously across this wild, unruly terrain. A thriving economy and powerful military will only achieve so much. Success hinges on the player's ability to balance their wider strategic aims with the needs of individual members of the tribe.