England, Anno domini 1190, Richard the Lionheart is held prisoner and his brother Prince John Lackland, rules over the simple peasants with an iron hand, and this pure force of arms forces them to bend to authority.
Only one man takes up the struggle against the opressors, supported by a small band of brave and loyal followers. His name: Robin Hood.
Take on the role of the legendary Robin Hood: help King Richard to get his throne back, fight Prince John, the Sheriff of Nottingham and his evil allies !
System: PC Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7
Processor: Pentium II 233 Mhz
Memory: 64 MB RAM
Disk: 900 MB free on hard drive
Sound card: DirectX compatible sound card
Video card: 4 MB video card DirectX compatible
I’m just a sucker for the genre, perhaps, but I enjoyed the (approximately) 40 hours I spent playing the campaign, and I’d recommend the game…
Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood is a good buy for those who are looking for a good, lighthearted game that will keep them entertained for a good while…
My recommendation is that fans of tactical strategy games go out and buy this one. The gameplay is well thought-out, and the game design concepts are excellently executed…
Overall, I was happily surprised with Robin Hood…
Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood's romantic depiction of Robin and his Merry Men and its clever game design really help bring the swashbuckling legend to life, much like the classic Errol Flynn movie…