The Caribbean in the 17th Century - Trade with over 60 towns, create your own production facilities, expand your trading empire and influence the development of the New World. As pirates and military fleets threaten your trade convoys, you'll need escort ships.
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The Caribbean in the 17th Century - Trade with over 60 towns, create your own production facilities, expand your trading empire and influence the development of the New World.
As pirates and military fleets threaten your trade convoys, you'll need escort ships. Or you can turn the tides and hunt for pirates and capture the military ships yourself.
Take on missions for merchants, diplomats and other characters. By taking on the daring missions of the Vice Kings, where you are to attack and conquer enemy towns, you will be able to influence the defenses of your home towns directly. As a sign of gratitude you will be awarded land, to be used later to build and oversee your own towns.
  • Huge game world with 4 nations and 60 towns
  • Construct production facilities, houses and special function buildings to help your towns flourish
  • Create your own towns
  • Stronger consequences in wars (towns can be conquered)
  • Introductory scenarios to describe all important features of the game
  • 8 special scenarios for a quick and easy start into the Port Royale 2 world
  • Open ended game with endless detail and game depth
  • 16 different ship-types

システム要件

    • OS: Windows XP / Vista
    • Processor: Pentium III (or compatible) with 700MHz (or higher)
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM (for Windows 98SE or ME), 256 MB RAM (for Windows 2000, or XP)
    • Graphics: DirectX-8 compatible Graphic Card
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9
    • Hard Drive: 700MB of free space
    • Sound: DirectX-8 compatible Sound Card
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Audish
( 記録時間: 5.9 時間 )
投稿日: 6月4日
I can't be the only person who's gotten a pirate ship or spaceship and spent all their time hauling junk around to sell. There's something quietly gratifying about buying low and selling high, and so there should be no surprise there are games that exist to scratch that itch. Port Royale 2 does just that on the surface, and then surprises you with several more layers of fortune-seeking options.

You play an aspiring merchant in the Carribbean of the 1600s, starting with little more than a sloop and some sacks of money. Your ship will get you around to the many ports, each modeled in simple, charming Stronghold-esque 2D. The buildings that comprise each town determine what goods they produce from a list of about two dozen, and the rate at which they consume them. Your job, then, is to learn which towns need which goods, and where the best place to buy them up is.

It's not as simple as finding a town that makes shirts and a town that grows cotton, though. Each location is constantly producing and consuming goods, and their prices are determined by dynamic supply and demand. So, if you bring a huge load of cotton to shirt town you might make a pile of money, but turn around and do it again and that cotton might be worthless because they haven't used up the first load yet. Success in the mercantile business means making circuits around the sea, picking up whatever you can at bargain-basement prices and unloading it at whatever port happens to need it. The world map helpfully displays what good a town needs the most at the time, but there are plenty of other trader that can beat you to the punch.

The dynamic, living world of Port Royale is what keeps it fresh and entertaining, because not only will demand flip on you, you can be the agent of that change. Strike enough deals in a town and they'll grant you building permits to set up your own farms and workshops, allowing you to add new production sources across the map. With enough capital you can move away from buying and selling random goods and instead working your own supply chains for pure profit. You can have enormous merchant fleets at your disposal, moving around huge loads of goods or broken up across the Carribbean to beat the other traders to the punch.

Somehow the developers didn't think that was enough, so if you want to eschew the merchant life for full privateering, even that's an option. Any ship can be designated a warship and outfitted with cannon and sailors to take on pirates or merchants of other nations, or even besiege and ransack ports. Governors in major towns will even give you missions to eliminate particularly troublesome captains if you need guidance. There's real-time combat between ships that's functional but basic compared to other high-seas simulators, and comes with the odd handicap of letting you command one ship at a time while your opponents have their full fleet.

Still, the combat is an engaging and welcome addition atop the robust economic simulator, and it isn't even the only one. You can also choose to ferry around settlers and construction materials to help grow towns, gamble in the many taverns of the world, piece together treasure maps, and more. A series of four extensive tutorial scenarios will help you get a grip on the game, and then you have four challenge scenarios or the wide-open freeplay mode to enjoy. The chunky 2D graphics might not have aged very well but they certainly don't detract from the relaxed atmosphere, and the soundtrack is exactly what you'd want in a low-key trading sim. Anyone with even a passing interest in being a high-seas merchant is sure to find something to enjoy here.
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Skimst
( 記録時間: 35.5 時間 )
投稿日: 5月31日
This Game is THE traiding simulation I grow up with. Maybe my little 8 years old kid in me is tiping this right now but as I was 8 years old I loved this game more than any other game. when I play it now ... its just nostalgie. sooo yeah ... I like it !
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Bob The Goat
( 記録時間: 5.3 時間 )
投稿日: 5月28日
Does not run on modern OS, compatability mode fix works about 5% of the time (works if I do a clean reboot and run the game with nothing else running).
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Smirv
( 記録時間: 0.6 時間 )
投稿日: 2月8日
I would love to actually write a review for the game, but since I can not get into the game. You will have to settle for this.

1. Purchase game
2. Install game
3. Click "Play game"
4. Wait for game to load
6. Wait some more for game to load
7. Look at title of game in inventory and notice it says "running"
8. Look all over my desktop, do not see game anywhere
9. Alt, Ctl, Dlt, notice game running on list of things currerntly running
10. Click End Task
11. Reapet 5 more times, then unistal and file for refund.

Game says it is running, yet the game is actually no where to be found running other than in Task Manager
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omoeraku
( 記録時間: 32.3 時間 )
投稿日: 1月9日
17世紀のカリブ海を舞台とした一介の商人が交易・海上戦闘・街の運営
などを行い大商人へと上り詰めるストラテジーゲーム。

ゲームはフリープレイとシナリオの2種類から成る。
フリープレイは何にも制限されず、目標もなくPort Royale2の世界を楽しむ
ゲームモード。スタートする街とスキルと初期設定を決めることができる。
シナリオはチュートリアルから始まる各目標を設定された期限内に達成する
ことに主眼を置いたゲームモードになる。まずはゲーム内について解説が付
くシナリオを始めるといいと思う。

ゲーム内での最大目的は資産を増やすこと。資産を増やすことでランクが上
がっていく。資産を増やす方法は幾つかあり、交易を行い商品の売買の差額
で儲ける方法。海賊船やその本拠地を襲撃することで海賊の保有財産を奪う
方法。戦争中の特定の国に対する私掠許可状を得て、その国に所属する商戦
や艦船や街を襲って交易品や軍艦を売り払うことで儲ける方法。戦争中に友
好国から依頼されて敵の街を攻め落とした際に自分の街を作ることができ、
その街を育てて街を運営することで儲ける方法などがある。

何をするにしてもこのゲームでは交易が必要になる。この交易は各街を回って
安い物を買い高いところで売るということをひたすら行う。
この作業に楽しみを見出せるかどうかがこのゲームの面白さを左右する。交
易するのがめんどくさい、と考えるような人には向いていないゲームだった。
上に書いてあるようなことが好きな人なら間違いなく面白い。

日本語化は可能。
そして、Windows7 64bitで起動する場合は下記の手順が要った。
1:PR2.exeをWindows95又は98/MEの互換モード及び管理者として実行。
2:起動後のムービーで反応がない場合はVideosフォルダ内の「ascaron」、
  「intro」、「nvidia」の3動画を消すかリネームするかする。
これで私の環境では起動してプレイできるようになった。
参考になりましたか? はい いいえ 面白い
Ultraman Surfer
( 記録時間: 16.4 時間 )
投稿日: 1月1日
After playing for a while, I got promoted quite a few times, so the governor of my hometown allowed me to marry her daughter. After the wedding, I went back to the sea, and focused on my trading routes. Several minutes later, I get the message from the governor, that my wife left with some adventurer.

10/10 would marry again
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janjoseftrejbal
( 記録時間: 0.2 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月30日
worst game ever
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Blackbeard
( 記録時間: 25.1 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月30日
I can't play the game. It's would be good if Steam put the information on what the windows you can play the games.
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lee_bryant
( 記録時間: 91.2 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月29日
great game whrer you can build your own empire and loot diffrent nations
you choose be nice and trade or be a pirate
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Odinson
( 記録時間: 0.4 時間 )
投稿日: 2015年12月13日
I just got to say buyer beware on this game, will not run on windows 10. Which is funny because i just bought riven a sequel to myst a much older game and runs great.
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記録時間: 5.9 時間
投稿日: 6月4日
I can't be the only person who's gotten a pirate ship or spaceship and spent all their time hauling junk around to sell. There's something quietly gratifying about buying low and selling high, and so there should be no surprise there are games that exist to scratch that itch. Port Royale 2 does just that on the surface, and then surprises you with several more layers of fortune-seeking options.

You play an aspiring merchant in the Carribbean of the 1600s, starting with little more than a sloop and some sacks of money. Your ship will get you around to the many ports, each modeled in simple, charming Stronghold-esque 2D. The buildings that comprise each town determine what goods they produce from a list of about two dozen, and the rate at which they consume them. Your job, then, is to learn which towns need which goods, and where the best place to buy them up is.

It's not as simple as finding a town that makes shirts and a town that grows cotton, though. Each location is constantly producing and consuming goods, and their prices are determined by dynamic supply and demand. So, if you bring a huge load of cotton to shirt town you might make a pile of money, but turn around and do it again and that cotton might be worthless because they haven't used up the first load yet. Success in the mercantile business means making circuits around the sea, picking up whatever you can at bargain-basement prices and unloading it at whatever port happens to need it. The world map helpfully displays what good a town needs the most at the time, but there are plenty of other trader that can beat you to the punch.

The dynamic, living world of Port Royale is what keeps it fresh and entertaining, because not only will demand flip on you, you can be the agent of that change. Strike enough deals in a town and they'll grant you building permits to set up your own farms and workshops, allowing you to add new production sources across the map. With enough capital you can move away from buying and selling random goods and instead working your own supply chains for pure profit. You can have enormous merchant fleets at your disposal, moving around huge loads of goods or broken up across the Carribbean to beat the other traders to the punch.

Somehow the developers didn't think that was enough, so if you want to eschew the merchant life for full privateering, even that's an option. Any ship can be designated a warship and outfitted with cannon and sailors to take on pirates or merchants of other nations, or even besiege and ransack ports. Governors in major towns will even give you missions to eliminate particularly troublesome captains if you need guidance. There's real-time combat between ships that's functional but basic compared to other high-seas simulators, and comes with the odd handicap of letting you command one ship at a time while your opponents have their full fleet.

Still, the combat is an engaging and welcome addition atop the robust economic simulator, and it isn't even the only one. You can also choose to ferry around settlers and construction materials to help grow towns, gamble in the many taverns of the world, piece together treasure maps, and more. A series of four extensive tutorial scenarios will help you get a grip on the game, and then you have four challenge scenarios or the wide-open freeplay mode to enjoy. The chunky 2D graphics might not have aged very well but they certainly don't detract from the relaxed atmosphere, and the soundtrack is exactly what you'd want in a low-key trading sim. Anyone with even a passing interest in being a high-seas merchant is sure to find something to enjoy here.
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3 人中 2 人 (67%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
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記録時間: 35.5 時間
投稿日: 5月31日
This Game is THE traiding simulation I grow up with. Maybe my little 8 years old kid in me is tiping this right now but as I was 8 years old I loved this game more than any other game. when I play it now ... its just nostalgie. sooo yeah ... I like it !
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3 人中 2 人 (67%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
おすすめしません
記録時間: 5.3 時間
投稿日: 5月28日
Does not run on modern OS, compatability mode fix works about 5% of the time (works if I do a clean reboot and run the game with nothing else running).
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9 人中 9 人 (100%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
1人がこのレビューが面白いと投票しました
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記録時間: 32.3 時間
投稿日: 1月9日
17世紀のカリブ海を舞台とした一介の商人が交易・海上戦闘・街の運営
などを行い大商人へと上り詰めるストラテジーゲーム。

ゲームはフリープレイとシナリオの2種類から成る。
フリープレイは何にも制限されず、目標もなくPort Royale2の世界を楽しむ
ゲームモード。スタートする街とスキルと初期設定を決めることができる。
シナリオはチュートリアルから始まる各目標を設定された期限内に達成する
ことに主眼を置いたゲームモードになる。まずはゲーム内について解説が付
くシナリオを始めるといいと思う。

ゲーム内での最大目的は資産を増やすこと。資産を増やすことでランクが上
がっていく。資産を増やす方法は幾つかあり、交易を行い商品の売買の差額
で儲ける方法。海賊船やその本拠地を襲撃することで海賊の保有財産を奪う
方法。戦争中の特定の国に対する私掠許可状を得て、その国に所属する商戦
や艦船や街を襲って交易品や軍艦を売り払うことで儲ける方法。戦争中に友
好国から依頼されて敵の街を攻め落とした際に自分の街を作ることができ、
その街を育てて街を運営することで儲ける方法などがある。

何をするにしてもこのゲームでは交易が必要になる。この交易は各街を回って
安い物を買い高いところで売るということをひたすら行う。
この作業に楽しみを見出せるかどうかがこのゲームの面白さを左右する。交
易するのがめんどくさい、と考えるような人には向いていないゲームだった。
上に書いてあるようなことが好きな人なら間違いなく面白い。

日本語化は可能。
そして、Windows7 64bitで起動する場合は下記の手順が要った。
1:PR2.exeをWindows95又は98/MEの互換モード及び管理者として実行。
2:起動後のムービーで反応がない場合はVideosフォルダ内の「ascaron」、
  「intro」、「nvidia」の3動画を消すかリネームするかする。
これで私の環境では起動してプレイできるようになった。
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11 人中 7 人 (64%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
2 人がこのレビューが面白いと投票しました
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記録時間: 12.8 時間
投稿日: 2013年6月28日
チュートリアルの海賊に勝てない
チュートリアルで詰むとかどういうことなん
買い
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3 人中 2 人 (67%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
2 人がこのレビューが面白いと投票しました
おすすめ
記録時間: 12.0 時間
投稿日: 2011年12月2日
初代の方が面白かった
ただし、初代は嫁がブサイク
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54 人中 52 人 (96%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
4 人がこのレビューが面白いと投票しました
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記録時間: 94.2 時間
投稿日: 2014年4月28日
There is no better economic simulator that exists that I know of. There are many good City Sims and Tycoon style games that wish they had the economic engine behind this game. Every one of the 65+ cities in this game have unique features and needs based on a complex mix of random events and your ability to supply them. I could go on and on about the complex yet easier to comprehend industry and economic simulation in this game, it is that engrossing and one of a kind. I am actually upset PR3 was so terrible compared to this gem.

On top of the amazing economic simulation, there is a pretty decent ship-ship, ship-shore, & shore-shore combat engine. It is no Pirates! but for the game being more a trading sim that a ship combat sim it add a whole new dimension when the trading gets a little stale. Chasing Pirates and Taking over cities for a friendly Viceroy is not a bad pass time either.

I actually wrote the first comphrehensive walkthrough for this game back in 2005. Under the name (GeneralNic) it will get you up and running and getting a few trade routes on auto-trade so you can focus on ship combat or setting up another zone of the trade and dominating another resource.

(Hint) once you have a few lucrative trade routes set up, but a book on the space bar and leave it over night, I woke up with 2 Billion gold and had no trouble taking the Carribean in the name of the Dutch!


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49 人中 47 人 (96%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
2 人がこのレビューが面白いと投票しました
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記録時間: 40.9 時間
投稿日: 2014年10月16日
While the game is brilliant, it should be made known that it isn't really compatible with anything over Windows XP.

This was working for me on Windows 7 64bit using an ATI gfx card but since updating it past 14.1 the game no longer works.
I can get the game to boot onto the main menu screen but none of the selectable menu buttons are visable.

On the Port Royale 2 fansite they state there is two option available, either play it on XP or buy the 'Reloaded' version.

I guess Steam doesn't have that version.

I have since managed to get the game working, here's how:

1) (Possibly optional) Try setting your launch options as "-32bit" (without quotations)

2) Select browse local files for Port Royale 2 from the Steam menu, scroll down and right click PR2.exe and select Properties and then select compatibility mode for Windows 98/Windows ME, then click apply.

3) Finally change your desktop resolution to 1280x720 (this is the key part). You may also find that simply by changing your desktop resolution to 1280x720 that you won't have to bother with the other options.
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36 人中 36 人 (100%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
おすすめ
記録時間: 1.1 時間
投稿日: 2015年5月11日
Confirmation that Port Royale 2 works fine on Windows 8.1 64 bit if you play it in Compatability mode (Win 98 / Win Me)
Steam\SteamApps\common\Port Royale 2\PR2.exe
Right click on the EXE and select properties
Select the Compatibility Tab
Tick Run this program in Compatability Mode & Select (Win 98 / Win Me)

One of my favourites with many hours played in my old non steam version.
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記録時間: 53.3 時間
投稿日: 2015年1月26日
i feel i can write a honest review on this game seeing as i have over 1200+ hours on my none steam version.. this game has by far the best economic engine in any game iv ever played.. and is one of the best business simulators also.... as far as the actual sea battles themselves... iv seen better. but that still is only a small part of the game.. this game is VERY adictive if you are a greedy person (i know i am).... (you will loose your job, your dog will die of starvation, you wife/GF will leave you, you will fail school, when you come outside after playing the wolrd will have gone through 2 more world wars... as far as all the people giving bad review because the game "wont run on win 7/8" thats bullsh*t. there is a very simple fix for that on the form.. i would rate this game a 9.4/10
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