Swords & Soldiers

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Wii, WiiU
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Ronimo Games
Developer: Ronimo Games
Release Date: Fall 2010

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by Rainier on July 15, 2010 @ 6:16 p.m. PDT

Swords & Soldiers is a side-scrolling real time strategy game, in which three distinct factions battle for the powers of the gods.

In Swords & Soldiers, players can acquire resources, assemble armies, thwart enemies and dominate opponents, while earning up to 20 PlayStation Network trophies. As players advance, new modes and minigames will be unlocked. Gameplay is available in single and local and online multiplayer modes. To play online, players can enter Matchmaking Mode at any time. Once a suitable opponent is found, the current gameplay will be paused until the battle is completed. With Matchmaking Mode, there is no waiting to battle and no break in the strategy action.

Swords & Soldiers is the perfect blend of real-time strategy and bold 2D graphics and will include innovative features,” said Micah Loucks, Senior Producer at SOE. “Collaborating with Ronimo Games is a great opportunity for SOE to continue to bring interesting and unique titles to the PlayStation Network.”

“PlayStation Network is an ideal platform to bring fresh gameplay experiences to a broad audience,” said Fabian Akker, Co-Founder and Game Designer at Ronimo. “And SOE has been great to work with in terms of getting the game on PSN.”


Key Featuires:

  • Strategic console fun like you’ve never seen before!
  • Command Aztecs, Vikings and Chinese in 30 missions!
  • Compete in ruthless online multiplayer matches!
  • Endlessly challenging single player skirmish battles!
  • Play against your friends in split screen multiplayer!
  • Collect tricky trophies!
  • Vibrant HD graphics!

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