By Al Giovetti
This game set with the Elder Scroll's Tamriel world, uses the first person point of view. Characters can be designed using the same system from Daggerfall. A programmable keyboard will allow you to assign custom keys to favorite spells.
You take the role of a warrior mage, a Battle Mage, in the service of the emperor and part of his elite guard, who arrives at the Battlespire, a famous warrior school for the emperor's personal guard in Tamriel, only to find the place in ruins. Battlespire's greatest warriors and The Preceptors, the warrior trainers, are killed by the army and person of the evil Daedra Prince Mehrunes Dagon. Your goal is to eliminate the evil army and retake the Battlespire for the emperor. You have no choice the exit is closed and you must fight your way out.
The game uses a newer high-color high-resolution version of the X-engine. The new version of the game engine has improved physics and better lighting.
Multi-player FeaturesMulti-player games will support LAN< modem, and internet play. Computer controlled enemies will roam the Battlespire in both the single and multi-player modes that are reported to have artificial intelligence superior to the Quake Reaper Bots that have caused such a stur.
Cheats, Hints, Walkthrough
ReferencesGlenn Broderick, Computer and Net Player, volume 3, number 12, May, 1997, pg. 99.
Editors, Computer Games, issue 78, May, 1997, pg. 16.
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