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Eli Anderson
Eli Anderson

Stronghold 3: Gold Edition

The game was officially unveiled on May 14, 2010 with a teaser site.[8] The Steam page for the game was later opened on March 18, 2011,[citation needed] which first stated the release date to be approximately the 21st of June 2011. Firefly then announced that the game will be delayed for another month until July 2011 in order to make refinements to the game. Eventually it was announced that the game would be delayed until late September 2011, after which a final release date of October 25 was announced.[citation needed] The game went gold on October 6[9] and was released a few weeks later.

Stronghold 3: Gold Edition


The new edition will include the most up-to-date version of the game, plus a new single player campaign, Blackstaff. The Gold Edition will also unlock 12 historical sieges (previously included with special editions of the game).

Anyone that has already bought Stronghold 3 will be pleased to hear that the game will be automatically upgraded to the Gold Edition (through Steam). Those who buy the standard edition after May 25 will be able to download the additional content as DLC.

Immerse yourself in the beautifully recreated golden age of Hellenic city-states. Builders of Greece: Prologue, being a shortened version of the full game, is a great way to try your hand as a ruler of an ancient Greek city-state, practice your management skills, and learn basic game mechanics.

Weirdly for a game that's all about the creation and defence of castles, walls offer no defensive bonus. Ranged units occupying fortified structures are just as vulnerable as those attacking from the ground. Arrows and spears can also pass straight through walls, and yet the AI can't see behind them. This means that skirting the enemy's stronghold, killing all units too close to the castle borders, becomes a viable, if cheap, tactic.

just braught this on steam for 8 bucks for the gold edition hopefully its good as im struggling to find a good rts these days i wish the 90s was back so that the rts era would shine once again like it did back then :)

Big Blue Box's ambitious Xbox RPG Fable has gone gold, according to reports. Microsoft is expected to announce the project's completion very soon, but in the meantime employees at the studio have peppered forums with the news and a testing centre webcam photo popped up yesterday with a disc marked "Fable Gold!" slap-bang in the middle of it. Fable should be on store shelves in Europe in the middle of October by current estimates. 041b061a72


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