Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance Crack + License Key Download

Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance A Warrior Slave... Chosen by the Gods... To restore the glory of an Empire. In the Year 106AD the Roman Empire is in terrible decline. After the untimely death of the much-liked Emperor Trajan, the despotic Emperor Arruntius has bled the once powerful Rome to its knees. Badly fought wars, famine and plague are rife in all corners of the Empire, whilst the Emperor and his elite enjoy every excess and vice that the emptying coffers can afford. As herald to this age of degradation, Arruntius has destroyed large portions of the city of Rome to create the battleground for the bloodiest gladiator event ever staged... [Acclaim]
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1161
Genre Action, Beat-'Em-Up, 2D
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Acclaim / Acclaim, Acclaim Studios Manchester
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Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance reviews ( 3 )

MaximusSpartacus, Jul 19, 2004

It offers just what needed to be a good choice for entertainment. Not very deep, not complex, but often impressive and always addictive and challenging. Great graphics with special attention to lights and shadows; a good plot and well designed in general. With a higher adventure component and a deeper playability it would be one of the greatest. Worth a look. Strengh and honour...

EdmanH., Jan 31, 2004

It would be great fun if this game would work without an gamepad! The game doesn't work without an controller, so if you wanna buy it then make sure you have one!

EricG., Dec 6, 2003

Worst game ever, this is a very poor port of a console game to the PC, in fact, I could not even get the game to work, after I attempted to reset the keys to a configuration that makes sense on a keyboard. The game might be playable with a controller, but not without one. I have not actually encountered another game in years that does not even use the mouse for menu navigation. A hint the writers, when moving a game to the PC actaully rewrite it so it works on the PC there is a great diffrence between a console and a PC and this needs to be taken into account. I gave it a 1 since with a controller it might be fun to play, but if you do not have one avoid at all costs.