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Posted on Jun 20, 2004 in Electronic Games

Celtic Kings: Rage of War – Retro Review (PC)

Jim H. Moreno

Installation & Technical Details

I encountered no problems with installation, but there is word of a couple of bugs that have been fixed with patches. You can find more info in the website Forums.

Strategy First

Haemimont Games

Documentation & Packaging

Celtic Kings: Rage of War comes with a well-written 43 page manual, giving an almost complete description of units, buildings, and gameplay, and even gives you a few strategies on combat and resource management.

System Requirements

Win98, ME, 2000, XP

400 MHz PII

4x CD-ROM

DirectX 8.1(included with the game)

Video card and drivers supporting 1024×768 res with 16-bit color

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64MB RAM

500 MB free space

Reviewer’s System

Dell Inspiron 1100

WinXP Home

P4 2.4 GHz

256MB RAM

Direct 9.0

Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller 64MB

About the Author

Jim’s interest in military history and computer gaming began while shuffling from one Army base to another in the Seventies. D & D, wargames, paintball, and martial arts made up the bulk of his junior high and high school years. Following that, Jim served about 10 years with the 82nd Airborne Division, including Desert Shield/Desert Storm, and another 4 years with the North Carolina Army National Guard, where he was professionally trained as a journalist/photographer/military historian.

Since then, Jim has remained active in all his interests, and now looks for ways to gather others into these subjects via writing. In addition to the Armchair General, Jim is a game reviewer for the Wargamer website. His other interests include disco, reading, the Sci Fi and History channels, and Alyssa Milano.

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1 Comment

  1. I have a question how tobuy hastati when the enimies are in you base and no one have a healer to heal?

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