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Warcraft: Orcs & Humans (1994)

The Orcish Hordes came through a dimensional rift to the land of Azeroth. You control either humans or orcs in their war against each other.

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In the land of Azeroth there has been peace for many generations. There is one boy, Medivh who is son of the court Conjurer, who is one night troubled by dark dreams resulting in the death of his father and a long sleep for himself. When he woke up he had become a powerful sorcerer and created an hourglass that would never empty as long as there would be peace. Meanwhile the orcs in another world started experimenting with a dimensional rift to Azeroth. Eventually they came through the rift with large numbers of soldiers and the hourglass emptied... The game starts some time after the orcs started ravaging the land of Azeroth. You play either humans or orcs in the war and your goal is to claim dominance over the whole of Azeroth. Written by Miika

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Great story, but too easy
21 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

The story in WarCraft: Orcs & Humans is a very good story. It is about the war when The Orcish Hordes came through a dimensional rift and started ravaging the land of Azeroth.

In the game you can choose if you want to play orcs or humans in their fight against each other. The story is well told through mission briefings and by reading the manual where there is a lot of background story.

The graphics are quite bad compared to today's standards, but that doesn't really harm game play. There are some things that could've been better (like 2-button support), but you get used to it. My only real complaint is that the game is too easy/not adequately balanced. You can beat the game by building loads of one single unit, that gets a bit boring after a while and not especially challenging.


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