Age of Wonders III - Golden Realms Crack/Patch

Age of Wonders III - Golden Realms Golden Realms greatly expands Age of Wonders III’s empire building mechanics and introduces new content. These new features are used in random maps, new scenarios and a new story campaign, where Halfling survivors settle in a distant land filled with danger and treasures never seen before.

Download Age of Wonders III - Golden Realms Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
8.7
Downloads 1944
Genre Fantasy, Strategy, Turn-Based, General
Company / Developer
Triumph Studios / Triumph Studios

Age of Wonders III - Golden Realms reviews ( 7 )

R20, Jan 30, 2015

Great DLC which adds new features and make game play more interesting. Mythical city upgrades definitely was super innovation which could change your battle experience. Buy it, you wouldn't regret it.

ed57ve, Mar 15, 2015

a good DLC that add so much to the base of the game, a new race the halfings and a 3 mission based campaign with some references to Apocalypse Now, heart of darkness and to the che guevara, a new dwelling that harbor the nagas, a new victory condition and a partisan specialty, is all great

esvath, Sep 27, 2014

Golden Realm is an excellent expansion. It adds a new race, Halfling, which is very fun to play because of its unique Luck mechanic and a Wild Magic specialisation (well, two specialisations of Adept and Master) that very interesting to play. It also addresses the problem of "blandness" in cities by introducing buildings that only can be built with certain world improvements. That Vault of Knowledge is very useful now, since players can build a Focus Chamber in cities with Vault of Knowledge, and any archery units produced in the city will have increased power. Well, hello, deadly High Elven Mounted Archers! It would be a perfect 10 if GR also introduces a new class, but Triumph had declared that they will introduce Necromancer class in the next expansion.

comebackhome, Jan 30, 2015

Amazing game, you will not regret buying. Anyone considering this should buy because it is a worthy investment both for your money and for your time spent as a gamer on this top quality product/company.

Heinhaim, Jan 30, 2015

What can i say, best combat turn-based strategy of decade got epic DLC. Domination mode in Multilayer worked even better than it looked on paper. Changes are that it brings are worth the price.

JohnBarrett, Sep 27, 2014

Great, well-priced expansion. The Halflings have some very interesting dynamics, with their racial unit lineup (The Halfling 'archer' unit - Jesters shooting fireworks!) and the Luck mechanic. The new specializations add a lot of possibilities! I haven't made a leader without Wild Magic since getting this gem - not because Wild Magic is OP or anything (though the mini elementals can get pretty strong if you take good care of them) but it adds a slew of interesting, chaotic spells, useful for most everyone. Most of the original spells got healthy tweaks, too. Get it. It adds so much additional, fun stuff to AOW3.

SoVMatt, Jan 19, 2015

Okay, i've played turn-based games for nearly 10 years consistantly, and i had my hopes set high after AoW2:SM. Pro's: Better graphics then previous games Cons: Where to start... Less units Less Strategy Less Spells Clunky Interface Limited Replayability A LOT less races Less items Less "unique" world feel Smaller Maps So, 'im sorry to say, but with all these steps backward i cannot rate this above a 3. NO game should remove elements when making a sequel. They destroyed the fun of the series by reducing the amount of choices. If you want a game with so many possibilities your not bound by "he built this unit, so I HAVE to build this to counter it" then steer clear from this game and go back to AoW2.