Ever wanted to relive the deeds of Robert of Locksley? Today you can on War of the Roses, as Paradox Interactive just released the new update "outside the law" for the game with a new and verdant
If the snow out of my window wasn't enough, today Paradox Interactive reminded me that winter is coming with their new trailer of War of the Roses, showcasing the Battle of Wakefield map that will be available
War of the Roses (that I recently reviewed here) is becoming quite popular between the gaming community, and Paradox Interactive is set to improve the already quite entertaining experience further with new incoming content.
War of the Roses is a challenging game. There's absolutely no doubt about that. While working on the review (that you'll be able to read soon), I found myself seeing more crotch shots of my enemies that
War of the Roses has always piqued my interest. It's basically a very advanced competitive online shooter with swords, a concept that Mount & Blade: Warband (that came from the same publisher) already explored with a degree
Paradox Interactive have thrown up a new video for War of the Roses which focuses on the ranged combat in the multiplayer medieval combat game and seriously, how many more times do I need to say "multiplayer
Paradox Interactive have announced that following the success of the Alpha for the game they will now be accepting applications to join the Beta for their upcoming "medieval multiplayer combat" game War of the Roses. If you're
War of the Roses still doesn't have an official release date, but it definitely looks tight enough to hold a tournament, and that's exactly what went down at DreamHack 2012 in Sweden.
Paradox Interactive published a Developer’s Diary today to talk about the many different ways you’ll be able to shoot someone’s eye out in the upcoming IP, War of the Roses. Before jumping into the ranged combat system,