Develop a successful trading company, lead your ships in naval battles and force your opponents to their knees!
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发行日期: 2012年5月4日

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The Caribbean, in the turbulent 17th Century. The mighty kingdoms of Spain, England, France and the Netherlands fight over the colonies. And there you are, a young sea captain whose only goal is to become the most powerful man in the New World. To achieve that goal, you may choose one of the two available campaigns: will you become an Adventurer or a Trader?

If you chose the way of the Adventurer, lead an unforgiving campaign for the conquest of the seas: invasion, piracy, bounty hunting, raiding; do whatever it takes to build your own empire in the Caribbean. And of course, trade will have a less important role to play in your rise.
The way of the Trader is, on the opposite, mostly about developing your riches and your economic power. To be the most powerful Trader of the New World, you have to create trade routes, build industries and develop the economy of the colonies.
Of course, in Free Play mode, you can mix both of those in any way you want, letting you create your own unique and exciting story.

For the first time in the acclaimed Port Royale series, you are not alone in the beautiful and seemingly so peaceful seas of the Caribbean. The Multiplayer mode allows up to 4 players to play through LAN or over the Internet. Develop a successful trading company, lead your ships in beautiful 3D naval battles and force your opponents to their knees!

Key Features:

  • Two different single player campaigns: Adventurer and Trader
  • Naval battles, raids, plundering and invasions await the Adventurer, while the Trader will develop trade routes and the economy to earn glory, fortune and power
  • 16 different ship types, such as powerful Galleons or versatile Frigates
  • Organize trade with 60 different cities such as Port-au-Prince or Tortuga
  • A competitive Multiplayer mode for up to 4 players
  • A comprehensive trade system, with supply and demand dynamically setting the price of goods and wares, like in the real world

系统需求

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windowx XP / Vista / 7
    • Processor:Dualcore CPU
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader Model 2.0 PCIe (Geforce 7 Series, Radeon X2000-Series)
    • DirectX®:dx90c
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Quadcore CPU
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Shader Model 3.0 PCIe, DirectX 10
    • DirectX®:dx10
    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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Barbarossa Bey
( 34.7 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月22日
Very nice & entertaining.. but repetitive in combat & economy.. and trade management not the best. However you can expect 10-20 hours of plentiful entertainment.
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Finger
( 43.9 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月18日
I loved this for awhile but the damn pirates are just too damn hard and to avoid and destroy, I gave up . Realy good game though if you can beat off the pirates...

7/10
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BLODKORPEN
( 22.8 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月10日
This is one of those instances where the review system needs a "neutral" option. I can't really say this game is "Recommended" or not. Instead, I'll provide one or two angles to consider if you are pondering a purchase (hey, it aint that expensive so...)

If you are taking this game out of some nostalgic feeling induced by hours and hours of PR 1 or PR 2 gameplay - get ready for a cactus in the rear end. You'll love it for the first four, maybe five hours but then the dissapointment will set in.
Why?
Well, each of us who have had the pleasure of playing PR2 (and lets face it, those of us who really love games like PR2 are well underserved in the current market) will have had specific attributes of that game that we loved. The obvious candidates there are: Building up your very own trade enterprise, building up a fleet through combat or cash (face it - taking em is better and you get better ships too), getting your own island and MAKING it the way you like it (i.m.o the best part about the game). Then there's the cheesy sword fights which I personally got bored of quite quickly, the ship combat which was rather well done even though it can get a bit monotonous after a while and so on. Right? Well remove about half of that and you have Port Royal 3.
You can't win a patch of land anymore to build your own town and see it grow. The trading dynamic, although majorly the same as PR2, just feels horribly less than what PR2 had to offer. The supply and demand system from PR2 had been greatly lessened (or dumbed down?) and seems to be less dynamic in PR3. Ship battles, although still barable in PR3, is a far cry from the enjoyable model we had in the previous title.
What would you have expected in a new Port Royal title?
Well - for one, everything that made PR2 awesome plus the multiplayer that just about 99% of all loyal Port Royal 2 players CRIED for (and we cried...). Sure enough we have multiplayer, but dear god what a lazy attempt at a multiplayer experience this has been. Fair enough - a title such as this where gameplay isn't measured in one or two hours, but days or even weeks, mplay is a very challenging thing. Out of the seven or so possible routes to go for such an experience, they opted to go for the tecnically simplest and quickest to implement. That's just cheap.
One would also have expected that the AI and the dynamics of the supply and demand system be tethered to some kind of tangible link that leads all the way to colonists within towns. Though this is in SOME measure true, it falls horribly short and this is where a massive failure from the studio rears its ugly head. This is a game that attracts those of us who like to tweak, fiddle and tinker, crunch the numbers and see the results in terms of profit and the likes. You took that away from us in some attempt to make the game (i guess?) accessible to a different crowd [is that the case? stop making games please]
It is almost as if this game is trying to build on the marginal success of Port Royal 2, yet trying to aim at a different crowd..but not quite sure which one. I might obviously be very wrong here. Either that or games like this, which require some mental fortitude (i mean the previous title), has become dumbed down (by design or perhaps by the quality of those at the helm of the development) over the years.

So this all seems horrible - it is, only if you come from the Port Royal 2 camp.

If you are NOT familiar with the previous titles and a mangement style game is your thing then THIS is the game you start with before you move UP in the ladder to play port royal 2 (no mplay in pr 2 unfortunately).

For you new guys to the title:

It's a quaint and simple introduction into management style games based on the colonisation boom during the 1600's (more or less?) in the carribean. yarr pirates and all of that. You'll figure out quite easily how to set up trade routes, make a buck and play with the very simple concept of buy low sell high vs volume and demand manipulation. Unfortunately the latter is not as much possible as in the previous entry of this title. Look at this as a colourin book of sorts which will prepare you for the more mentally satisfying experience of games like PR2, the guild, patrician and so on.
It's a great gift for your 12 year old or if you have a friend who recently suffered a severe head injury and is struggling to add apples - this is the game you'll use.

Personally [THIS IS AIMED AT YOU, DEVS] I do hope that a new entry in this title comes - Port Royal 4. I hope the devs take the experience gained from the franchise thusfar and build a superior product. [granted also, the company has changed hands and changes obviously affect such things - not to be too hard on pr3].
Here's to hoping (the gaming industry...god help us..)
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odai
( 1.8 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月24日
As someone who played Port Royale 2 (of which this game is little more than a re-skinned version) years ago I'm sad to say that I can't recommend this. Many great features in PR2 are absent without much in the way of compensating innovation and the new UI is a bit too fiddly. I admit that my expectations were of course biased by my experience with previous titles. Maybe someone who has never played a PR game before will appreciate PR3 more. Still, if you want to get a taste for this sort of game then I strongly suggest that you instead pick up a copy of PR2 which in my opinion has aged fairly well.

If you want to be a pirate, you'll have more fun torrenting this game than playing it.
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Knuckles
( 11.2 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月23日
Want the "weed" emoticon? Its from this game.

This game is great for people who enjoy games about trading, pirates, and others things. Fans of Sid Meier's Pirates will enjoy this game
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Himulaya
( 10.1 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月16日
I loved Port Royale 2, and I love this one as well. I do find it a shame that they changed so little (gameplay wise), but still I enjoyed hours of this game and will probably enjoy a couple more.

Start as a small trader buying cheap and selling high, then slowly make your way to a business owner, manafacture your own stock and let automatic trade routes sell them for you.

You really get a feel of building a trade empire in this game.
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Dapadoupas
( 32.7 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:4月24日
While a good idea of a carebbean trading sim, It has a horific UI that has declared war upon the player and it's glitching like hell.
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Buriza-do Kyanon
( 13.3 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:4月22日
For 1st time players:
Give it a try, while it is on sale…

For all the "oldschools"…
If you don't know Port Royale 2 Gold, then you might be able to have fun with PR3 but compared to PR2G:
- no longer able to build buildings from material in storage, you have to buy it ALWAYS from the market (you can sell it before… but what's the logic behind this?
- to less pirates
- manual ship-fights are ♥♥♥♥ed up… don't know who designed this 'new' system…
- only 3 ships can be armed in a convoy o.O
- zoned areas in which buildings can be build
- to less war across the nations
- …

hmpf got to play it now to get all the achievements -.-

edit: I don't wanna start to compare it with the first Port Royale (which was already better than PR2G)
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2b7q1
( 40.1 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:3月29日
Great trading/economy simulation. Pretty graphics, lots of replay value. I've had lots of fun first researching the economy in the game and then implementing various strategies of maximizing profit.
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Magna_Draco
( 31.9 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:3月13日
love the classics, i will always support them for that
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发布于:6月10日
This is one of those instances where the review system needs a "neutral" option. I can't really say this game is "Recommended" or not. Instead, I'll provide one or two angles to consider if you are pondering a purchase (hey, it aint that expensive so...)

If you are taking this game out of some nostalgic feeling induced by hours and hours of PR 1 or PR 2 gameplay - get ready for a cactus in the rear end. You'll love it for the first four, maybe five hours but then the dissapointment will set in.
Why?
Well, each of us who have had the pleasure of playing PR2 (and lets face it, those of us who really love games like PR2 are well underserved in the current market) will have had specific attributes of that game that we loved. The obvious candidates there are: Building up your very own trade enterprise, building up a fleet through combat or cash (face it - taking em is better and you get better ships too), getting your own island and MAKING it the way you like it (i.m.o the best part about the game). Then there's the cheesy sword fights which I personally got bored of quite quickly, the ship combat which was rather well done even though it can get a bit monotonous after a while and so on. Right? Well remove about half of that and you have Port Royal 3.
You can't win a patch of land anymore to build your own town and see it grow. The trading dynamic, although majorly the same as PR2, just feels horribly less than what PR2 had to offer. The supply and demand system from PR2 had been greatly lessened (or dumbed down?) and seems to be less dynamic in PR3. Ship battles, although still barable in PR3, is a far cry from the enjoyable model we had in the previous title.
What would you have expected in a new Port Royal title?
Well - for one, everything that made PR2 awesome plus the multiplayer that just about 99% of all loyal Port Royal 2 players CRIED for (and we cried...). Sure enough we have multiplayer, but dear god what a lazy attempt at a multiplayer experience this has been. Fair enough - a title such as this where gameplay isn't measured in one or two hours, but days or even weeks, mplay is a very challenging thing. Out of the seven or so possible routes to go for such an experience, they opted to go for the tecnically simplest and quickest to implement. That's just cheap.
One would also have expected that the AI and the dynamics of the supply and demand system be tethered to some kind of tangible link that leads all the way to colonists within towns. Though this is in SOME measure true, it falls horribly short and this is where a massive failure from the studio rears its ugly head. This is a game that attracts those of us who like to tweak, fiddle and tinker, crunch the numbers and see the results in terms of profit and the likes. You took that away from us in some attempt to make the game (i guess?) accessible to a different crowd [is that the case? stop making games please]
It is almost as if this game is trying to build on the marginal success of Port Royal 2, yet trying to aim at a different crowd..but not quite sure which one. I might obviously be very wrong here. Either that or games like this, which require some mental fortitude (i mean the previous title), has become dumbed down (by design or perhaps by the quality of those at the helm of the development) over the years.

So this all seems horrible - it is, only if you come from the Port Royal 2 camp.

If you are NOT familiar with the previous titles and a mangement style game is your thing then THIS is the game you start with before you move UP in the ladder to play port royal 2 (no mplay in pr 2 unfortunately).

For you new guys to the title:

It's a quaint and simple introduction into management style games based on the colonisation boom during the 1600's (more or less?) in the carribean. yarr pirates and all of that. You'll figure out quite easily how to set up trade routes, make a buck and play with the very simple concept of buy low sell high vs volume and demand manipulation. Unfortunately the latter is not as much possible as in the previous entry of this title. Look at this as a colourin book of sorts which will prepare you for the more mentally satisfying experience of games like PR2, the guild, patrician and so on.
It's a great gift for your 12 year old or if you have a friend who recently suffered a severe head injury and is struggling to add apples - this is the game you'll use.

Personally [THIS IS AIMED AT YOU, DEVS] I do hope that a new entry in this title comes - Port Royal 4. I hope the devs take the experience gained from the franchise thusfar and build a superior product. [granted also, the company has changed hands and changes obviously affect such things - not to be too hard on pr3].
Here's to hoping (the gaming industry...god help us..)
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14.4 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:1月2日
steam版汉化补丁,亲测可解锁成就
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海商王3是几年前上学的时候在新华书店买到的折扣盒装,因为小时候玩过各种大航海时代,大航海家之类的,也曾经梦想当一个冒险家啊(中二病中.....
地图是经典的地中海,应该说熟悉这种航海贸易游戏的应该对这里的地图非常熟悉吧,游戏中有贸易货物20种。玩家通过贸易低买高卖赚钱,扩建舰队,统治城市殖民地,当上总督,出任CEO,赢取白富美,走上人生巅峰....
战役模式中,玩家可以选择当一个本分守纪的商人,也可以当一个冒险家,通过帮助城市击退海盗,完成任务,同样达到人生巅峰2333

优点

与同类型的游戏相比,海商王的画面算是不错的,剧情介绍也相对完善,对于新手更有视频教学,游戏中文本并不是很多,难度也不高,而且有上面的汉化补丁,无论你是新手还是老船长,都可以轻松上手,快速赚到第一桶金
游戏中的贸易模式简单清晰明了,每个城市都有自己生产的商品显示,更有库存数量显示,便于玩家更加方便的控制商品的价格,城市急需的物资也会显示在航海地图上,非常清晰明了
任务介绍详细,未探索的区域甚至会以方向提示,避免玩家无头苍蝇到处寻找,任务指示很明确,完成的难度也不高,最多就是需要一些时间和耐心。
等级系统,通过赚更多的钱,扩建更大的舰队,完成更多的任务,赚取更多的声望来升级自己的头衔
丰富的灾难系统,海上风暴,瘟疫,对玩家进行挑战

缺点

重复性太高,城镇的需求和生产太过固定,即便玩家进行生产,依然导致一些太过固定的模式,玩的时间久了会觉得有些无聊
个别任务太恶心,比如资金5W给你赚到200W的任务,虽然完成并不是很难,但是冗长而感到恶心(不过说实话,游戏内容不就是这些吗)但是有了任务限制强迫症就会觉得不舒服,宁愿让我自由的完成这些目标就好了啊。

总的来说还是推荐吧,系统还是中规中矩的,但是不算很棒的作品,6/10

战斗系统我不想评价,因为我战斗系统没有玩的很深入,不是很明白战斗的一些技巧,瞎点点莫名其妙就赢了,所以暂时不做评价。

P.S:最小化切换之后有时会无法回到游戏,因为游戏间歇性自动保存,如果没有保存很亏,暂时不确定是汉化补丁的问题还是系统的问题。
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45.5 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2015年1月23日
太好玩了!神作!没想到我也成为亿万富翁了!0.0
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35.7 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年7月6日
夏季海豹打折入的,除了海战操作设计得蛋疼之外,还算对得起这价钱
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47.4 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年12月19日
联机优化很烂 和朋友联机经常无法存档 游戏崩溃
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103.8 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2013年11月29日
I got this on sale with all 3 DLC expansion packs for 10.19 during the Black Friday sale. I'm an avid fan of the Port Royale series, and loved Port Royale 2. I was nervous getting this will all the mixed reviews, so it took me well over a year to finally go through with it.

Overall, I thought it was pretty good. For anyone wanting a comparison of this to Port Royale 2, they are very similar in most aspects, with some differences good and bad. First off, trading in port looks very different. There's a slider to select the amount, as well as green and red bars to tell you how over or understocked (and priced) a particular item is. A lot of people hate this new layout, but it's really not that bad if you can get used to it. The town palace now holds both a town administrator and sometimes a governor to hand out distinct missions. This is a bit unbalanced, especially once you advance in rank, as bringing lets say 67 crates of tobacco can get you a hundred thousand dollar bonus. One thing I HATED was the nation's reputation system. It drops way too quickly on it's own, that unless you're constantly doing missions you're going to be stuck at 25. Also, when two nations form an alliance, your reputation between them gets averaged. This is the most frustrating thing when you're trying to take over a town economically and suddenly your 100% reputation gets dropped down to sixty because your mother nation decides to form a treaty. Fortunately, this also means that nations that hate you get bored pretty quick. Still, they can pack quite a nasty punch if you're not prepared. War is also completely different, but in a way I enjoy. Each convoy uses 3 armed ships each battle, and you control all 3. It's a bit tougher to fight and board enemy ships, but now you can't make a fortune capturing and selling Ship of the Lines. There's a really dumbed down system for attacking in the harbors. Most nations will first have anywhere between 3 and 10 military convoys you have to fight through to make it to the harbor, instead of the max of 1 in the previous game. And thank goodness they got rid of those annoying harbor cannons that would completely obliterate your fleet one ship at a time. Instead, you send in your three ships that park, bomb the heck out of a fort, and then unload your soldiers for a land battle. Pirates have no fort, just a gazillion soldiers. Luckily, they are a lot easier to take down this way later on, if not more difficult in the early stages. The last part I really like is that you can take over pre-existing towns forming your own nation (Long live the free people of America!). This can be done either economically (own 75% of a prosperous town, and then go whine to the Viceroy and he'll probably just give it to you). Or you can attack the town and annex it for yourself! If the nation you attacked liked you enough before, they'll let you keep it. Also, there is no more waiting til a nation is weak enough to annex a town.

The only DLCs that seem to do much is Harbor Master. None of the campaigns seem to amount to much compared to the sandbox game. Still, the new buildings are very effective in preventing droughts, outbreaks, pirate attacks, etc. Ship building is pretty cool, if not expensive and time consuming. Still, it's better than having to travel port to port searching for that particular ship you want.

Overall I recommend giving this game a shot. Not sure if it's all worth $30, but if you get it during a good sale I say go for it!
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243.2 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2013年7月25日
That's one of the best games I've encountered during the last couple of years. Despite starting to play a buggy and unstable release, I really enjoyed it. The gameplay is amazing, in my opinion, and by now all the bugs are gone (as far as I can tell, at least).
The main idea in the game is to either be a pirate and build your own naval empire, or be a trader (my personal preferred choice) and build a huge merchant fleet, and later on gain control over cities.

The game takes place in the Caribbeans, during the European colonization in America. Therefore, you can choose to be either Spanish, English, French or Dutch, but you're not limited to trading just with your country's own colonies. Also, even for people like me, who aren't die-hard fans of "Pirates Of The Caribbeans", it's impossible to miss the connection. :)

The trading mechanism is quite realistic, and is a lot of fun, as you need to start small, trading stuff yourself, until you get rich and famous enough to buy more ships and more goods, so you can buy more ships and build businesses in cities, so you can manufacture goods yourself, which is obviously cheaper than buying them from someone else.

If you're into trading simulation, get this game. You won't be sorry.
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11.9 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2013年12月31日
I grew up playing Port Royale 2. This game is a huge disappointment compared to that, you don't need to ever trade manually, you can simply start out with a strong trade route on the first day that generates 20k gold each month. If you try to fight pirates, you need to get at least 400k-500k gold to spend on warships to have a chance of defeating the weakest convoys even on the first day they appear.
The campaign maps are horrible, they're just long tutorials (and can be finished within an hour or two).

If you haven't played PR2 and are looking for a trading sim, this game might be good for you, though I'd still recommend trying to get a working version of Port Royale 2 instead.

So, what does the game offer?
Trading around the Caribbean, production differs in each city, prices change with supply and demand.
Possibility to attack convoys and cities to plunder or even capture them.
Missions (get X amount of Y goods in a month, find something on the ocean with some hints and deliver it), treasure maps, random "drops" you might find in the water (and you have to spot it and pick it up because it disappears after some time).
Dynamic wars between the 4 nations, respect with each of them and reputation in every city (modifies possible missions).
Setting up production facilities in cities to create your own goods (which is cheaper than buying them, so more profit).
Events in cities like plague or gold rush, they modify production, life quality, demand for some resources.
Control over multiple fleets (based on rank), each having one or more ships, they can be set on automated traderoutes (very easy to set up a profitable one, once you've done it it's AFK Simulator 2000).
Mutliplayer (haven't tried it, can't say anything about it) - the only thing Port Royale 2 does not have.
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发布于:2015年6月17日
I'll start with the end first.
If you like the idea of trading in a pretty large scale, then this game probably fits your taste.

When it comes to the actual trading aspect of the game, it's pretty straight forward. Different towns have different produce and needs. You buy where it's cheap and sell where it's expensive. The more goods you buy of a particular type in a town, the more it rises in cost and vice versa. Later on it seems to get a bit more complex, you'll be able to establish trade routes and so on, but on the grand scale of all, it's simply buying and selling.

But there is so much more baked in. Maintaining reputation, new ships, crew, equipment, battling pirates and different factions, plundering, gathering influence in a town so you can start your own production, managing settlements, doing quests. I was incredibly surprised by the sheer massiveness of a game that seemed so simple.

My only "gripe" with this game is that the different ways you can lose is not emphasized enough. 4 hours in and I was almost completly wrecked. The game went from "this is to easy" to "is this the same game?!!" in such a small time window. Still, I'm looking forward to restarting as much as it takes to win (Shogun 2 player haha).
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