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Stronghold Legends follows the mythological exploits of King Arthur, Nibelungen buddies Dietrich and Siegfried, and alleged vampire Vlad Dracul. Most of the Stronghold series had some footing in medieval history. It was all fictional, of course, but the warring kings, dukes and barons at least left open the possibility that it was based on some medieval power scuffle. Stronghold Legends goes full high fantasy with the plot, but that could give way to some interesting new gameplay. If only.
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An Intel Pentium 4 1.60GHz CPU is required at a minimum to run Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition. However, the developers recommend a CPU greater or equal to an Intel Pentium 4 4.00GHz to play the game. The cheapest graphics card you can play it on is an ATI FireMV 2400 PCIe. But, according to the developers the recommended graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce 7200 GS. In terms of game file size, you will need at least 3 GB of free disk space available. Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition system requirements state that you will need at least 1 GB of RAM. If possible, make sure your have 2 GB of RAM in order to run Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition to its full potential.
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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced the PlayStation 3 Slim, a smaller and lighter model of the console and a release date of 1 September 2009. Firmware 3.0 for the PlayStation 3 was also announced, adding new features to the PlayStation Network. Sony announced that the European Video Store would launch in November 2009. Sony also announced that the PlayStation Portable would get smaller games (under 100mb) in the form of 'minis' and that comics would also be available to download in December 2009. A "free game" registration promotion was announced for the PSP Go.
Microsoft Game Studios announced Fable III, along with a release date of 2010. Also, Microsoft announced their intention to release Fable II on the Xbox Live Marketplace in five episodes, the first of which will be free to download.
Halo's also a nice carrot for the old fans, and so the conference duly kicked off with a lengthy in-game walkthrough of Halo 5: Guardians. We were offered a generous chunk of action as space marines explored an artfully shattered world, but it's hard not to feel that the magic of the series is in jeopardy with so many Spartans sharing the screen and bantering over comms. Halo 5's campaign will allow you to lead two different squads, which is lovely for variety, but a series that was once defined by lone heroics and vast environments now seems to be about travelling with a band through pretty corridors. Multiplayer should benefit from an increased headcount at least, with Warzone offering huge maps and - I think - blending PvP with PvE in a manner that suggests a glorious sci fi demolition derby. Now that's Halo.
New stuff thin on the ground, it was time for a quick injection of indies, with Gigantic - which seemed new, even though it was announced at GDC and everyone has already forgotten about it - a free-to-play fantasy action game seguing into a trailer of colourful download treats, a handful drawn out for closer inspection. (If this quick-fire treatment sounds like a slight after the time afforded to triple-A stuff, it could be worse. Just before the conference began, with next to no fanfare, Microsoft youtubed a deluge of trailers for indies that, as a group, give you the impression that the company bought the job-lot, sight unseen, from a man they met on a ferry.)
With Tacoma, it looks like Fullbright's having a fresh crack at twisting the BioShock formula with another investigation into a shattered world, this time a space colony of some kind. These guys are your go-to people for ludic inquests by this point; it's nice to have a niche. Elsewhere, Aurora44's Ashen sounded like a fantasy DayZ, Beyond Eyes drowned its pretty visuals and lovely concept - a blind girl explores the world through senses other than sight - with the cloddish application of Sensitive Piano, and brothers Chad and Jerry giggled through a deeply appealing demo of Cuphead, a hit from last year that combines 1930s animation with 16-bit precision. Hopefully they get that mixture the right way around. ID@Xbox boss Chris Charla closed out this year's indies segment with the news that, having seen its success on Steam, Microsoft has decided to invent Early Access. It's called Xbox Game Preview, and it comes with the crucial - and welcome - distinction that you get a free trial for every game. (Some might argue that, after that refunds policy business, you do on Steam, too.) The Long Dark and Elite Dangerous lead the charge, and they'll be available later today.
Onto the home stretch, we were back to the comfortably familiar for the most part. A lengthy Tomb Raider demo suggests that some very recognisable design ideas lurked beneath the delightfully crunchy snow and ice as Lara clambered up a mountain and then outran an avalanche. For a moment, a ruin glimmered on the horizon - a space to explore? - but the rest of the trailer hints that Rise of the Tomb Raider may be as intrusively scripted as the reboot. Next up was Rare, which celebrates its 30th anniversary with a compilation package of 30 games, the announcement set to an old Fat Boy Slim track. Rare! Fat Boy Slim! It's enough to send me to AllDays for a Maverick Bar and a copy of VOX. Looking to the future, Rare's next project is a shared world adventure game that seems to cover every pirate cliche in the books, which I want to be clear is a very, very good thing. You can walk the plank and open chests of doubloons and blast enemy ships to pieces with canon, and the trailer even included the most family-friendly skewered skeleton you will ever witness. Sea of Thieves looks lovely, although lumping it together with Fable Legends highlights the worrying notion that, in Microsoft's world, Brit devs are essentially left doing theme pubs.
It's fitting, given the nostalgic bent of the conference, that its shock and awe moment should come with a beloved title. Not Gears of War, mind, which gets a remaster of the original game and a trailer for Gears 4 (suitably gothic and spooky), but Minecraft, brought to life on a table by HoloLens. I suspect this is the instance at the fingerpost for many when it comes to Microsoft's odd new tech: Mojang's classic is the perfect tool to make all the AR and "mixed reality" chat convincing and tangible. The banter was strained - it takes a serious lack of presentation charisma to find no life in the line "There you have it: zombie pigmen!" - but the proposition was dazzling: Minecraft spilling over the edges of the kitchen table, castles rising to the ceiling, while a quick flick of the hand lifts the whole thing to reveal a stronghold lurking beneath it. Minecraft!
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