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Strength and Honor

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Strategy

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by Rainier on March 31, 2004 @ 4:21 p.m. PST

Strength & Honour is a new game of real-time warfare, under development by Magitech Corporation. Strength & Honour combines turn-based empire management and real-time battlefield combat to create an epic game of strategic nation building.

Choose a leader and take command of a major power of the ancient world. Use diplomacy, culture, and military power to defeat your enemies and strengthen ties with your allies. Balance the economic, military, and cultural priorities of your civilization in order to keep your populace happy and your nation strong.

Invite philosophers to your palace to influence the minds and hearts of your people. Reward and promote your generals and officials to ensure their skill, friendship, and loyalty. Negotiate with other nations to maintain peaceful and beneficial relations. Deploy your troops on the battlefield to annihilate any enemy who threatens your domain.

In Strength & Honour, you will use every tool at your disposal, or your empire will be crushed under the weight of history.

Key Features

  • Turn-based, event-driven world mode—manage cities, engage in diplomacy, and learn to balance local interests with central government
  • Epic 3D battles: thousands of units on the field
  • 7 historical civilizations, from Rome to China; each with unique tactics, culture, and wonders
  • Characters with unique personalities, philosophies, and political affiliations
  • Secure the loyalty of your characters by appealing to their ambitions. Reward them for their abilities or their years of loyal service
  • Historical setting, characters, and events like the building of the Great Wall and the death of Caesar
  • Multiple paths to victory: win through conquest, trade, or persuasion



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