What do you get when you mix elements from different great game series? If your answer is Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance, then you are correct. At first, I did not know what to expect from this game...until I started playing it. From the very first moment, the intro ,,video", and yeah I put that in quotes because it's more like a slideshow, impressed me and told an interesting story, but I won't spoil it for you.And when the game began, I noticed that some elements from other great games have been implemented in this one.First of all, it's almost like a fantasy empire-management type of game, with four different advisers, each giving you different types of advice. This automatically made me think of the Civilization
series. There is also an army management mechanic here, somewhat similar to the Heroes of Might and Magic
series.Second, the storyline is somewhat similar to the first Disciples
game, the part where a great man turns into an evil beast and you have to stop him(in Disciples it's about a child getting possessed by a demon, but you get idea).The gameplay is okay for it's time. The most interesting thing I have found in this game is the way you see your empire and the neighbouring ones. At first, it seems like you play on map, very similar to the map of Spain, but you can zoom in on any empire, to see it better.The sounds in this game are great and the voice is outstanding. The narrator from the intro really gave me chills.In conclusion, if you're a fan of any of the three games that I have mentioned above, do gave this game a try. I might have a little fun with it.