Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword
Very open ended.
Join lots of factions and team up with lots of people also tons of side quests.
Addition of firearms lends a new tactical dimension to battles.
More involved historical campaign.
Financial and trade caravan tweaks make it easier to earn money.
Great team deathmatch multiplayer.
Often outnumbered in battle and it takes a while to get into.
Guns tone down the pure mayhem of battles.
By GamerTell on July 28, 2011
Wars are brewing all around you you need an army. A very large army. You will win some and you will lose some but, in the end, you can claim the throne of Calradia. With the addition of new weapons and factions your possibilities are even more endless...86
By itreviews.com on June 03, 2011
The introduction of guns proves to be a largely entertaining one, and the new multiplayer maps and mode are useful additions too. However, With Fire and Sword suffers from some issues with the balance of gameplay, and also drops some of the good stuff...60
By IGN Gear on May 20, 2011
Mount & Blade is far from the perfect series. It's buggy, ugly as sin and extremely difficult to advance through successfully, but it offers a huge amount of enjoyment to players who are willing to stick it through. That said, With Fire &...75
By Strategy Informer on May 20, 2011
If only it was as simple as saying Mount & Blade: With Fire and Sword is the latest addition to the Mount & Blade franchise. Despite having TaleWorlds name on it, this particular game was actually developed by a separate company in the Ukraine, and it...65
By GameZone on May 19, 2011
OK, that’s actually a bold-faced lie. To be quite honest, most gamers have probably never heard of the man (I hadn’t). Yet Turkish developers TaleWorlds apparently saw something they liked in his epic 1880s trilogy of historical fiction,...70
By Hooked Gamers on May 19, 2011
Despite being a stand-alone game, Mount&Blade: With Fire and Sword comes at a measly 14.95 euros. This is because it is basically Warband with a few additions and a new setting. Set in 17th century Europe, the land of Calradia, which fans of the...90
By Icrontic on May 13, 2011
With Fire and Sword is the newest expansion for Mount & Blade. If you’re not familiar with the game as it stands, first check out my review of the base game, and then the Warband expansion. The big thing this time is the addition of gunpowder. The...-
By GameSpot on May 13, 2011
Gunpowder brings more tactical options to the fun and interesting Mount & Blade: Fire and...75
By AtomicGamer on May 07, 2011
I won't blame you if you've gotten this far without having heard of Mount & Blade. It's like the independent game for those sick of "mainstream" independent games, and while the franchise has been around for years, its simplistic graphics...70
By FiringSquad on March 16, 2011
Mount & Blade is one of my favorite indie games ever and is truly unique as a sandbox action RPG with real-time, large-scale battles. The first one was great, but standalone expansion Warband added so much more, including a fantastic, albeit laggy,...83