Of Orcs And Men first puts you into the role of an elite Orc soldier from the legendary legion of Bloodjaws, a league of warriors deeply involved in the war opposing the Of Orcs And Men on one side to their persecutors, Humankind. As a veteran warrior who has seen the most brutal of battles, you are appointed by the Orc commander to complete a mission that could change the course of the war: kill the one man responsible for all of this bloodshed, the one who has, for years, exhorted the human masses to loath and fight the green-skinned people: the Emperor himself.
A Goblin will soon join you to aid you in your mission... he is everything the Orc is not. But you find that this works to your advantage as you fight on the battleground and off. Making advantage of their natural traits, they have their own skill trees you will develop. While the Orc focuses on power, reflecting his incredible strength, the Goblin will benefit from darker powers and stealth abilities, making him the perfect assassin.
From the filthy alleys at the foot of the Great Wall, to the depths of the Empire of Men, your two infiltrated heroes will face the greatest dangers through their epic quest. They will commune with the Wizards, fight the assassins and soldiers of the Empire of Men, and oppose the powerful Sisters of Laments.
As the world falls into chaos and you face a cruel and merciless humanity bent on eternal persecution of Orcs and Goblins, your unlikely duo will have one last chance to change the course of History and, hopefully, bringing peace between your peoples.
System Requirements Minimum:
OS:WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP2/WINDOWS 7
Processor:AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2 GHZ
Memory:2048 MB RAM
Graphics:512 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 AND SHADERS 4.0 COMPATIBLE ATI RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GT OR HIGHER
Hard Drive:6 GB HD space
Sound:DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE
by Michael on July 24th 2013
Of Orcs and Men is a third person Role Playing game set in a fantasy world where Orcs are mostly the slaves of men. It tells of a rebellion led by the main character and his Goblin sidekick, and should be fairly familiar to anyone who has played a Western RPG. The controls are simple, the graphics are clean if a little clipped in places, and the voice acting is alright if strangely full of swearing. Not a bad game and the story is strangely compelling, but only recommended to RPG fans
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