Disciples 3 is the long-awaited sequel to the famous and highly acclaimed series made by Strategy First, received an appreciation from critics and players. The player takes part in the conflict of 5 races fighting for possession the world of Nevendaar. The dynamic plot is full of treachery and intrigues. This game will change your outlook on turn-based strategies Storyline The struggle between gods has continued ever since the creation of Nevendaar. Possessing the faith of weak mortals, they led their disciples to certain death only to satisfy their personal desires.Their hate to each other grew just like the cemeteries on Nevendaar. Truces were broken without any shadow of regret and the world became corrupted because of foul plots.But even in the darkest time there is still hope. The fallen star has enlightened Nevendaars sky as a symbol from the ancient legends. A symbol which heralds the arrival of an angel sent by the Highfather to save Nevendaar. But was that angel really sent by the Highfather?
From the time I laid my eyes on Disciples III, I knew that there was something relatively familiar. There was the top-down perspective, maps obscured by fog-of-war, tactical turn-based combat, and a magnificent Kingdom overview screen which got progressively populated with newer buildings. Taking cues from games like Heroes of Might & Magic, Disciples III: Renaissance delivers the same old gameplay, and still manages to stay entertaining.Disciples III splits up the campaign into three different factions: the Empire, Legions of the Damned, or the Elven Alliance. Heroes are only given the bare essentials to begin, including a handful of units and a bare kingdom, before dropping into a map surrounded by darkness. The player must then scour for various resources and items in order to expand... Read Review