Mount & Blade: Warband
Excellent mounted combat.
Solid combat system in general.
All new multiplayer modes featuring massive battles on horseback.
Extra career paths and quests in the solo campaign.
Slightly improved visuals.
Story still not very compelling.
Graphics lack variety.
A lot of bugs.
By AsiaOne on June 14, 2010
Not the prettiest in terms of visuals, but those looking for a medieval hack and slash should look no...-
By Gear Diary on June 01, 2010
PC Game Review: Mount & Blade: Warband Posted on 19 October 2010 by Michael Anderson When I reviewed Mount & Blade at the end of 2008, I said “the target audience for Mount & Blade is rather small, but for that group of gamers it scratches an...-
By GameZone on April 29, 2010
A stand-alone expansion to last year’s Mount & Blade, Warband continues the original’s universe by putting you into the fictional world of Caldaria as another warrior tasked with bringing balance to the land. Many gamers will immediately...80
By Gamers Daily News on April 27, 2010
Multiplayer is what the Mount & Blade community was waiting for from the moment the first title became available. A lot of the hype surrounding Mount & Blade: Warband, from publisher Paradox Entertainment and developer Taleworlds, was about the...85
By GameSpot on April 21, 2010
Exciting multiplayer battles make Mount & Blade: Warband a strong addition to the open-world role-playing...75
By BrightHub on April 15, 2010
Time to hop back into the saddle, don that battered helmet and grab your lance. Mount & Blade is back and it’s taking no prisoners.Return to CalradiaThe war torn land of Calradia has changed in the last couple of years. It may be bigger than...100
By IGN Gear on April 13, 2010
Combining hardcore roleplaying with deep combat, and throwing in a Counterstrike-esque multiplayer mode, this sort-of-budget game has more longevity than most full-priced, big-name-studio games. If you can get past the ugly façade, Mount and Blade:...81
By Strategy Informer on April 13, 2010
The original Mount & Blade released in 2008 was a true testament to how a studio doesn't need a big budget to do great things. The debut title of a small band hailing from Turkey, Mount & Blade's refreshingly realistic game play and sandbox...85
By itreviews.com on April 12, 2010
The single player campaign has benefited from some useful honing, and the changes to the graphics and combat engine affect that too, but it's still essentially the same, aside from the more fleshed out end game. Warband's real direction of...-
By Icrontic on April 09, 2010
Mount & Blade: Warband is more expansion than sequel, and is frankly disappointing in the sheer lack of improvements to the single-player experience. If you are just looking at it for the campaign mode, you should give it a miss because the...-