Conan (2004 video game)

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Publisher(s)TDK Mediactive
SeriesConan the Barbarian Edit this on Wikidata
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows, Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation 2
ReleaseXbox, Windows
  • EU: April 8, 2004
  • EU: April 15, 2005
PlayStation 2
  • EU: May 7, 2004
Genre(s)Action-adventure, hack and slash
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Conan is a 2004 action-adventure role-playing video game based on the literary character Conan the Barbarian created by Robert E. Howard. It was developed by Slovak developer Cauldron and released for the Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Microsoft Windows in Europe.


Conan is a third-person action-adventure game with the majority of the action being real time hack and slash combat, though you also have to solve puzzles in the game; the player can acquire up to 14 different weapons and learn new fighting techniques similar to other role-playing video games. There are more than 70 levels, spanning from volcanoes to jungles, in which Conan faces 12 bosses and collects pieces of a legendary Atlantean sword.

There was a multiplayer mode via Xbox Live before it went offline, where players could compete in three different game modes, play in more than 16 different maps, and had 16 different characters to play as.


The events take place in the mythical era from the original books and comics known as the "Hyborian Age"; when Conan sees his home village of Grannach burnt to the ground by the mysterious Vulture cult, he begins his quest for revenge against them.


Aggregate score
GameRankings61% (Xbox)[2]
51% (PC)[1]
Review scores
OXM (UK)7.7/10[2]
PC Gamer (UK)55/100[1]
PC Zone45/100[1]

Conan received average reviews, it holds an average of 61% for Xbox and 51% for PC on aggregate web site GameRankings.[2][1]

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  1. ^ a b c d "Conan for PC". GameRankings. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
  2. ^ a b c "Conan for Xbox". GameRankings. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 3 October 2017.

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