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 Blades of Exile Review @ GU - Page 1
 June 29th, 1999 by Chris "Stories" Kim



  • Processor: 486-66

  • RAM: 8MB

  • OS: Windows 3.1+

  • Videocard: 640x480x256 Compatible

  • Hard Drive: 11MB

  • CD-ROM: Yes

  • Mouse: Yes

  • Soundcard: Yes

  • Processor: Pentium II 300mhz
  • RAM: 64MB
  • OS: Windows 98 4.10.1998
  • Hard Drive: 6.4GB
  • Videocard: Diamond Viper V550 16MB AGP (w/ 1.88 NVidia Detenator)
  • Soundcard: Soundblaster PCI64

    RELEASE DATE/PRICE: Order Direct - Not Sold in Stores, $30 (Macintosh and PC hybrid CD)
    DEMO : Version 1.0
    PATCHES: Available - v1.01 Patch as of review date.


    The latest game in the popular CRPG series, Exile, this newest Blades of Exile is easily the best game of the series. Spiderweb Software was never known for their flashy graphics or unreal surround sound effects, but their gameplay and great storylines have kept their games in the race and not out on the bench. Blades of Exile is no exception, the graphics aren't the greatest, infact, they don't even compare to the graphics from the original Diablo, but offer a whole lot of depth and lots of game playing time (a whole lot!). There are a few features that make this game stand out from the rest of the crowd, which every gamer will feel is a welcome addition. But a few gamers may be turned off by the extreme difficulty and challenging scenarios in the game.
    Gameplay, gameplay, gameplay!

    Added:  Tuesday, June 29, 1999
    Reviewer:  Chris Kim
    Page: 1/5

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