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About the StoryYou are a senior military officer of Cinethra, an impoverished kingdom being attacked by a much larger and richer neighbor. You must decide how far you are willing to go to save your kingdom, or whether to save it at all.
Not to spoil too much of the game, but there are 3 story branches where you turn traitor, 2 story branches where you continue fighting for Cinethra, and one story branch where you become a monk. And it is possible to make either Cinethra or Japreth win the war, so your decisions actually do matter beyond just whether or not you survive. It now contains 5 different songs as well.
This is not truly historical, despite the tag that someone added. Also, if you are going to leave a bad rating (less than 3 stars) please leave feedback so I can improve future games.
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Commander's Legacy, December 31, 2016
It has a dark overall aspect but that can be because of the war nature of the game.
A very good strategy game for making decisions and seeing the results.
Dark, yet interesting, December 29, 2016
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