GamingNexus: Can you talk about the different sides in the game?
There are 2 major sides who are fighting for the control
of Bersia continent: Human Alliance and Dark Legion. Unlike what their
names suggest, it’s not about a struggle between the forces of good and
evil. They are just two different groups of people fighting for their
own reasons. But that’s not all there is to it. Sometimes there are
internal conflicts within the same side, and sometimes the two sides
collaborate for a common interest. Gameplay wise, the two sides are
played very differently. Even seemingly similar units, like Archers and
Dark Elf Archers, or Cavalry and Orc Riders, have totally different
characteristics and require different strategies.
GamingNexus: What are the biggest additions to this game from the first one? What feature are you most proud of?
The biggest addition (and my pride) would be the
totally rejuvenated Xbox Live features of the game. We’ve really
expanded the online features of the original, and included extra
features as well.
GamingNexus: Are there features that you wanted to put into the game and couldn’t?
During any game’s development cycle, there are always
things that had to be cut out due to time constraint. For KUFH, we had
quite a few interesting ideas, but the time forced us to postpone them
until the next Kingdom Under Fire title.
GamingNexus: Was there any thought to porting this to the Xbox 360 or was it strictly Xbox all the way?
From the beginning, KUFH was started as an Xbox title.
KUFTC was a title that was specifically designed and optimized for
Xbox, and with KUFH, we wanted to show the world what we really can do
GamingNexus: How many missions will there be in the single player side of the game?
In single player mode, there are fifty missions divided
up among seven different campaigns of different difficulty settings.
When you finish all of them, you can create your own mission through
Custom Mission mode. You can easily set up any kind of mission you’d
like to play, and the possibility is infinite. If you’re just too lazy
to even do that, go to Random Mission mode and the game will create
random missions for you. So, all in all, we’re talking endless hours of
gameplay in single player mode alone.
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