It is now one big fight for control of as many flags as possible, the more flags you control the more points you get, the first person to a pre set number is the winner. GGMania got a chance to chat with Black Cactus's director Ian Turnbull to find out more about Warrior Kings: Battles, their just released 3D real-time strategy game. He did some extensive testing on the game and now graciously filled us in on many details in. For those of you who do not know, every race starts neutral, and as you play you go down one of five tutorial pro cycling manager 2010 espaг±ol paths; Pagan, Imperial, Renaissance, Pagan Renaissance Imperial Renaissance. This means that you never know who you are going to be fighting against. We also have lots of wonderful special effects and every character has a multitude of animations and actions. But basically the more powerful your PC the better the game looks, run it at a resolution of 1600 x 1600 on a serious machine and it. 9.99 Add to Cart. Ian Turnbull: The single biggest improvement is the introduction of a whole new AI system that does not cheat. In addition we have several new skirmish/multiplayer modes not seen in an RTS before. GGMania: What AI improvements shall we see in Warrior Kings: Battles? GGMania: Could you us a bit about the multiplayer in Warrior Kings: Battles? Ian Turnbull: We wanted to give the players a lot of value for money and a brilliant gaming experience, so we now have 2 multiplayer modes, each with its own variants. Oh, and there are a whopping 70 AI generals to fight against, as well as an editor that allows you to create and customize your own. GGMania: How many missions are there? Ian Turnbull: In the Campaign there are 22 territories, each one is controlled. Believe it or not we still play it here in the office, and love it. Note: For more info screenshots check this review. Ian Turnbull: The fundamental issue with the AI is that it does not cheat. It, like a human player, can only see what its own units can see. Most RTS games allow the computer opponent to see through the fog of war, giving them a.