But what new things are there in the Age of Reckoning? Age of Reckoning features two campaigns: the WarHammer Campaign and the Fall of the Ironclad. The WarHammer Campaign is basically the same as that of the original, but it involves several different races. In it, players get to choose a race for their faction and go head to head with the other races in an effort to capture the Iron Throne. The other campaign, the Fall of the Ironclad, lets players join forces with the allies of House Greyjoy and the horde of the Wasteweaponers and go on to attack the Iron Throne itself.
Age of Reckoning is definitely a lot of fun. Like the first game in the series, it allows you to play as various characters, like the gruff Ironside Captain Orcus, the wise Magni, the crafty Miko, and many more. Each of them has special skills, and each of them has different abilities that can be used to either take down enemy units or to get your own units to increase in strength. However, the real-time strategy element of Age of Reckoning makes it all the better. This single-player video game also has a number of single-player challenges, including boss battles against ten different elite military units. The graphics and sound are both very nice, and Age of Reckoning is definitely worth a look.