Of Orcs and Men Crack/Patch

Of Orcs and Men Of Orcs and Men first puts you into the role of an elite Orc soldier from the legendary legion of Bloodjaws, a league of warriors deeply involved in the war opposing the Orcs and Goblins on one side to their persecutors, Humankind. As a veteran warrior who has seen the most brutal of battles, you are appointed by the Orc commander to complete a mission that could change the course of the war: kill the one man responsible for all of this bloodshed, the one who has, for years, exhorted the human masses to loath and fight the green-skinned people: the Emperor himself.

Download Of Orcs and Men Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2103
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Cyanide, Spiders

Of Orcs and Men reviews ( 7 )

zornsthorne, Oct 13, 2012

I have seen a lot of trolling on many fronts because of the gameplay not being a hack and slash. The gameplay is like dragon age origins for anyone who is interested and plays as smoothly and balanced as it. Although word of warning due to only having the tank and rogue archetypes it is somewhat simplified, they have replaced the healer class with skills that gradually regenerate health for several seconds. There has also been a lot of trolling due to the fact that the orcs are the heroes although anyone who has actually played the game will know that just because you play an orc and a goblin; this does not mean that all the orcs in the game are good and not all humans are evil. The storyline is simple and the maps are linear but I am having a blast playing the game and "HIGHLY" recommend it to anyone who enjoys old bioware rpg's, it may not have as much depth as them (not very many games do to be honest) but it will satisfy your taste buds. The game deserves an 8/9 out of 10 but I am giving it a 10 to do what I can to counter-act the massive negative trolling that has emerged on the user score. Just a follow note if you enjoy fantasy with a grungy dirty feel to it, for example Game of Throne then you should enjoy the feel of this game. It hasn't got everything but you can see focus have really put time and effort into making the game and the stats/gameplay are able to be manipulated enough to change how you play the characters for a second or third play through.

Stevefin, Oct 13, 2012

Like the rest here. I am just balancing out the review from this 204 bomb show. I really doubt 204 people ranked it is the worst possible game in history without even one of them saying why it is

Stirfry_McSteve, Oct 11, 2012

I assume that the massive review bomb is because of the technical difficulties in downloading it from Steam in the first couple hours. But seriously, grow up, people. You don't even know what went wrong or whose the fault was, and you're doing something that could potentially cripple the sales of this game. Anyway, I got the game installed and running a couple hours ago, and so far it's going pretty well. The main thing that drew me to the game in the first place was the setup: setting the story from the perspective of the Orcs, who are typically delegated to unambiguously evil enemy fodder roles. However, instead of doing the Fable or Overlord thing where you're just an evil bastard for the sake of amusement, the game portrays the Orcs and Goblins as the wronged party, being subjugated and massacred for purely racist reasons on the behalf of the humans. Combat so far reminds me of Dragon Age: Origins, allowing you to pause the game in combat to select targets and abilities, and the different gameplay and combat styles between the Orc and Goblin characters balance well and leave for good strategic depth. As you level up you can unlock and upgrade new abilities, and level-ups happen at a good pace so you're always getting new powers to play with. The story so far is well presented, the voice acting is mostly solid, especially in the case of the main character, although a lot of the swearing seems forced, like it had been thrown in just to warrant an M rating. It's not an issue, but it can be a little distracting. The visuals look great maxed out, and from footage I've seen of the console releases the game still looks good even when toned down a little. the art style is kind of generic fantasy fare, but that could just be part of the irony, to help emphasize the point that you're in a pretty dramatic departure from the standard fantasy 'humans=noble, orcs=evil' themes. Overall I'm enjoying the game a lot. Don't let the petulant children of the internet fool you, this is a solid game, and well worth checking out.

ComandanteCobra, Jan 6, 2016

(English and Italian Review) Hi, give this game a try, it may surprise you. It has his flaw but the protagonists are really fun (styx the goblin above all), the background story of the game world is somewhat original (classic fantasy world from an greenskin point of view) and the fighting sequence is a good mix of strategy and action. Just surpass the initial impact the game give you and play it...you'll be intrigued by his atmosphere. I recommend this game especially if you are an old gamer like me (from Commodore 64 to modern Pc); Nowadays you can also find it quite cheap. Will follow cyanide in the future. Ciao, date a questo gioco una possibilità. Ha i suoi difetti certo (probabilmente per mancanza di budget) ma la storia è interessante, i protagonisti spassosi (Styx tra tutti). Se siete dei giocatori di vecchia data come me, potete sorvolare qualche difetto (poca esplorazione, pochi nemici, nessuna sequenza a filmati) ed "affezionarvi" ai protagonisti. Ottimo il doppiaggio, linguaggio adulto senza fanservice. Consigliato a chi è interessato ad Orchi e Goblin.... specialmente ora che si trova nei negozi (e su Steam) a prezzi ragionevoli sotto le venti euro.

SuperkenGaming, Feb 6, 2017

Of Orcs and Men… Thankfully its interesting… Of Orcs and Men is an action RPG game about the struggle between Orcs and men… Its humans vs green skins… Here you play as 2 characters… Arkail who is a warrior brute from the legendary Bloodjaws as well as his Goblin companion Styx who offers ranged and stealth gameplay who’s job is to help Arkail get to where he needs to go on his mission to kill the emperor and change the course of the war… The story and characters are the best part of the game… I laughed out loud numerous times thanks to the loudmouth Styx having no filters when talking to Arkail and other characters.. And the story is full of twists and turns that this 12 hour game is genuinely enjoyable and surprising… You even get to make choices to change minor story outcomes and the level design here is great... This is a very linear game... but areas feel open and theyre crawling with enemies and equipment… Where the game is held back though is its combat itself… Here you can play as either Styx or Arkail... and you can switch back and forth instantaneously… Styx, who was my favorite to play as can go into stealth mode and clear some or all of the enemies out before progressing to prevent as few combat situations as possible which is ideal.. Because the combat is just no fun... Basically both characters are on autopilot… You put attacks in their commands list from different fighting stances and let them do their thing... you really don’t even have to touch the controller until late in the game if you don’t want to… because of this put in commands combat system, you never truly feel in control… You don’t feel like you’re using strategy to win... just that youre desperately running around with styx throwing knives and healing Arkail so you don’t have to start again... neither of the 2 have strategy programmed into them… if you leave styx he automatically goes into close range when he has considerably less health than arkail… so hell die almost instantly… Its almost like you really have no choice but to use him In some instances youll get into fights after messing up a stealth kill or being seen and arkail is just standing there looking at you instead of running to help… As you do complete battles youll level up so you can balance the characters in areas theyre weak or make them stronger in areas there already strong in.. So the juggling act isn’t as annoying… And you can unlock new skills and upgrade them with a choice of a perk to suit your gameplay style… but it’s a bad sign when playing your game is the worst part of your game... its an alright time and worth experiencing.. Especially for the story, level design, and being introduced to these characters… It’s just rough to get through… I give of Orcs and Men A 6.5/10

Ciraaxx, Feb 8, 2013

This game definitely had a lot of potential, and I enjoyed all of the 12 hours I spent playing it! That said, it has barely any replay value, which hurts its score. If this was made as an open world game, with more gearing options, it would've had at least 2 more points from me! End Verdict: Nice try.

deathrow_nzl, Nov 3, 2012

This is basically exactly the same as the game of thrones RPG when it comes to game play etc.. The game does have amazing graphics But here is very little else going for this game.. The combat systems is terrible, you basically just click a bunch of commands like what attacks you want to use & then wait for like a minute for your guy to finish his attacks.. If your hoping for a Action RPG like Fable or kingdoms of amalur you will be highly disappointed. Don't be fooled be the awesome screen shots in magazines & websites, this game feels like your not really playing just clicking a bunch of buttons & then sitting back waiting for your guy to finish & just watching.. while if you compare the game system to kingdoms of amalur for example that game feels like it you doing the fighting. Summary, Don't buy this game..