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Overlord Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Hope you're thirsty because you're about to be drunk with power. Being an evil Overlord brings plenty of perks, including an army of minions to do your bidding! In this case, minions are ill-minded, ill-tempered little gremlin creatures. You've got hordes of them...and a peaceful land ripe for the ravaging. Your minions are devious, crafty, and blindly loyal. Amass an army of 50 (with hundreds in reserve) and send them off to do as you please. They'll fight, steal, schlep, and more as they do whatever it takes to wreak havoc. Minions come in four breeds: Fighters, Fire Throwers, Assassins, and Healers, so use their talents to maximize damage.
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