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Learn the ways of awesome arcade remakes with Warlords


8:00 PM on 08.06.2011



So how many of you remember when Atari remade Warlords and it didn't look at all that fun?  Yeah, forget about that and watch this video.  It's really odd for a company to remake a game twice on the same platform, but who cares when the second attempt looks this good?

From what I can tell Warlords is gonna feature a lighthearted medieval theme, epic sounding music, fast 4 player action and genuine strategy elements added in to the original arcade formula.  Honestly, I'm sold.  Something about this particular creative mixture makes me happy.  Warlords is set to come out some time this Summer.








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