|The Entertainment Depot has stocked up on a review of Infinite's RPG-flavored strategy game 'Warlords Battlecry III'. Rating: 7.5/10.
Ever have a great idea or joke that you shared with your friends, only to have your thunder stolen by someone else with a similar scheme? Yours may very well be a great idea, but someone else catches on and does something similar, and maybe does it even better. I have a feeling that's what happened with the Warlords: Battlecry series and WarCraft III. Both released in 2002, Battlecry II and WarCraft III were real-time strategy games that focused on a hero's quest, with everything else revolving around that. While they were in the same vein, Battlecry II was a bit slower paced, more open-ended, and had more variety; Blizzard's ace took micromanagement to the nth degree and had such polish and high production that the rough-around-the-edges Battlecry sequel had a hard time getting noticed.