Swords & Soldiers II for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Swords & Soldiers II

May 21, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Ronimo Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Command the rowdy Vikings, ingenious Persians and infernal Demons as you conquer the epic campaign or face off with your friends in local multiplayer!

Join Chief Redbeard as he explores a beautiful new world and gets dragged into a globe-spanning evil plot involving a mysterious lamp, lots of roasted sheep and some delicious hot sauce. Every skirmish along the way will present a fresh challenge. So if you want to win this war you'll have to devise devious tactics using an ever-growing arsenal of powerful units and earth-shaking spells. Master the chill of the army-freezing Snowstorm, the dread of the skeleton-raising Crypt and the surprise of the invisible Desert Stalker to rule the world, in Swords

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Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

13 Reviews
7.62
Chris CarterMay 20, 2015
Still, I can put everything on random and play skirmish for hours, despite the fact that there wasn't anyone to revel in my victories with on the couch. ...Although Swords and Soldiers II has a limited appeal for those of you who like to only game solo, it's a fine strategy title, and a perfect mix of brevity and depth. I'm likely still going to be learning the ins and outs of each army months down the line, which is a really great thing.
Britton PeeleMay 20, 2015
There are bonus objectives and timed challenges to go for in each mission if you're a completist, but not much in the way of extra, replayable content. Yet Swords & Soldiers II is still impressive, bringing the depth of any properly balanced RTS to a two-dimensional plane. If you’ve got a few hours to kill, its campaign provides great strategic opportunities.
Bradly StormJun 03, 2015
It’s accessible without sacrificing depth, and varied without being needlessly intricate. It controls like a dream, has a presentation style that is chockful of charm and hosts single- and multiplayer options that are sure to keep players busy for hours. It may lack a much needed online component, and its content is less than what was in the first title, but this is the better and definitive Swords & Soldiers experience on the whole.

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