Risk (Jewel Case) – PC

Risk (Jewel Case) – PC

This classic game of strategy and tactics comes to life with cutting-edge artificial intelligence and stunning 3-D graphics. Play the Classic Risk game, or for even more action, take on Ultimate Risk with realistic terrains, forts, generals, rebel forces, and natural disasters.

List Price: $ 44.95

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3 thoughts on “Risk (Jewel Case) – PC

  1. 19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    THE GAME OF GLOBAL DOMINATION, June 25, 2002
    By 
    K. Jump (Corbin, KY United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Risk (Jewel Case) – PC (CD-ROM)
    Hasbro’s PC “Risk” is a good but not great game. The sheer scale of “Risk” is a big part of its charm, and who can resist a bid to take over the world? But the battles themselves are handled a bit too simply, so that what should be exciting becomes routine after a bit. Ultimate Risk departs from the classic game in several ways, adding forts, rebels, generals, and a much more detailed and exciting battle resolution system, and is actually much superior to the classic rules. Overall, “Risk” is certainly fun and a quality production, one well worth its relatively low price tag. On the other hand, some other Hasbro computer games, like “Battleship” and especially “Stratego,” are far superior.

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  2. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not bad…could have been better., March 14, 2003
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    Brett T. Bigelow (Escondido, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Risk (Jewel Case) – PC (CD-ROM)
    If you like the board game risk, but don’t have anybody to play against, you’ll be satisfied with this game. The best part is its’ low price. The parts about it that irk me are that the artificial intelligence seems weak, in the classic game you can’t form alliances like you would if you were playing with people, the games can become too long and there’s no mechanism for saving them, the instructions especially for the ultimate game are almost completely lacking and sometimes with the ultimate dice rules completely illogical things take place like 400 attacking armies being destroyed by 60 defending armies. The artificial intelligence demands further explanation. I’ve had the computer attack me when I’m absolutley no threat to it and it’s not trying to take me out for my cards, while it will leave another powerful neighbor with a complete country and a border of one army go. It defies logic. Also the computer doesn’t guard borders of territories. Invariably it will have all of the borders with multiple armies except for one. Again it defies logic. If you get down to three players and one is too powerful while you and the other computer player are weak the weak computer player will attack you when he gets a risk instead of both of you ganging up on the powerful computer player until everything is more even. Once again, it defies logic. I still enjoy the game and find it challenging, I just spend way too much time playing it. They need to fix the save function.

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  3. 17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    classic risk, July 23, 2001
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Risk (Jewel Case) – PC (CD-ROM)
    for classic risk this game cant be beat. it has 5 different maps to play on and several levels of challenge. I have found it very challenging when set at the most difficult level. sound game save to keep those long games going. a must have strategy game

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