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Game Description:For mortals caught in a clash between insane gods and ancient giants, standing together is the only option. Using the forces of Fire, Frost, Nature and Shadow a mysterious Forge which makes legends come to life, is their single hope to create armies powerful enough to overcome these impossible odds. It is now time to set out and reclaim an epic fantasy world which has been overthrown by sinister powers in the twilight of a dying sun. BattleForge is a fantasy online real-time strategy game where you assemble your own army with collectible trading cards. Win, trade and buy your cards online to create your ultimate deck. Mix and match the elements of your cards to play with your friends online and conquer massive online battlegrounds.
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  • BattleForge Renegade Trailer

    Posted: September 1, 2009

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  • BattleForge Frost Trailer

    Posted: May 13, 2009

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  • BattleForge Fire Trailer

    Posted: May 4, 2009

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  • BattleForge Review

    Posted: April 14, 2009

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  • Battleforge Shadows Trailer

    Posted: March 24, 2009

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