Hearts of Iron III lets you play the most engaging conflict in world history, World War 2, on all fronts as any country and through multiple different scenarios. Guide your nation to glory between 1936 and 1948 and wage war, conduct diplomacy and build your industry in the most detailed World War 2 game ever made.
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"offers a challenge to most strategy die-hards"

— Dreamstation
"Paradox has done a tremendous job of making this complex design relatively easy to get into."

— Gamespot
"With incredible flexibility, freedom, and depth, this is a history buffs dream and should not be passed up if you are a fan of the genre."

— PCgameworld
"Serious wargamers are in for a real treat as the hardcore franchise returns for another go at the world's most terrible war."

— Gamespy
"Featuring a fully integrated combat model, a wide range of strategic and diplomatic options for your country, and an intuitive AI system, Hearts of Iron III is shaping up to be the best game in the series yet."

— Strategy Informer

Om spillet

Hearts of Iron III lets you play the most engaging conflict in world history, World War 2, on all fronts as any country and through multiple different scenarios. Guide your nation to glory between 1936 and 1948 and wage war, conduct diplomacy and build your industry in the most detailed World War 2 game ever made.
Features:
  • Play as any nation from 1936 to 1948, more than 150 countries to choose from.
  • Control the oceans with aircraft carriers, submarines and battleships and use your air force to defend your skies, support your naval and ground forces, and to bomb your enemies
  • Thousands of historically accurate real-world military commanders and politicians.
  • Realistic military command AI with unprecedented levels of interaction
  • In-depth diplomatic and political system.
  • Historical accuracy combined with an unparalleled level of freedom of choice
  • More than 10,000 land provinces makes the game five times more detailed than HoI2 and the most detailed depiction of World War 2 ever made.
  • Customize your divisions in detail with more than 20 types of brigades
  • New economic system makes it possible to buy weapons from abroad.
  • Mobilization and reserves gives the option of surprise attacks, Blitzkrieg made real.
  • Government-in-exile makes it possible to continue to struggle from abroad with underground movements and uprisings against the oppressing power.
  • Strategic warfare system makes it more important to defend the skies and oceans against foreign attacks; leaving cities open to enemy bombing will now be devastating.
  • A completely new intelligence system, with several types of intelligence sources, makes it possible to get information about enemy reserves and troop movements.
  • Assign troops to "theatres" on the map to fight two-front wars more successfully.
  • The new AI system and more detailed map will allow for more strategic decisions.
  • Flexible technology system with hundreds of categories, where major powers get their own unique attributes.

Systemkrav til PC

    • Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processor: Intel Pentium IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+ (quad core)
    • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB
    • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon X1900 videocard
    • Sound: Direct X-compatible sound card
    • DirectX®: Direct X 9.0

Systemkrav til Mac

    • OS: OS X 10.5.8 eller højere
    • Processor: Vilkårlig Intel-CPU
    • Hukommelse: 128 MB VRAM, 1 GB RAM
    • Harddiskplads: 1,3 GB harddiskplads
    • Grafikkort: GeForce 7300, Radeon HD 2400 (GMA-kort ikke understøttede)
    • Internet: Bredbåndsforbindelse til Internet-spil
    • Registrering: Internetforbindelse til registrering
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In the world of gaming, where modern games tend to become ever more colourful, faster and action-packed, and even complex strategy titles like the Total War or Civilization series offer more and more eye candy, this grand strategy game is the ugly duckling. It's not one of the cheerleaders but the geek you choose to learn math with. It's like an encyclopedia among hollywood movies. Instead of stunning effects and pretty graphics it has statistics and maps.

It presents itself with minimalistic visuals and sounds. But this is not what this game is about so I leave it at that.

HoI3 lets you take control over almost any nation that existed from 1936 to 1948 and lays its destiny during this difficult time in history in your hands. This is your chance to rewrite history, depending on your actions historical events like Japans attack on Pearl Harbor can occur earlier or later (or never) than they did in reality. Let's say you start a game in '36 with the U.S. You will have some time before Japan decides to attack. Will you prepare for war in the Pacific or build strong trade relations with Japan to make a war with you undesirable? And when all hell breaks loose in Europe, will you join the allies against the German Reich or do you have other goals? Or maybe you long for a real challenge, want to stay away from the major powers and try your luck with one of the smaller nations? How about playing as Brazil, joining the axis, trying to conquer South America and hold your ground against the U.S.A. The possibilities are unlimited.

You are given an enourmous amount of freedom when organizing your military. You can even put together your own divisions with three to five brigades to combine different types of units to tailor them to your particular needs. Set up chains of commands to influence supply lines and and combat strength or let the A.I. play individual commanders (and with them all units under their command) for you.

Not only do you command your troops but you are also responsible for reconnaissance, diplomacy, espionage, domestic politics, technological research, industrial production and infrastructure. All these elements are important and influence each other. For example: If you use your entire industrial capacity to produce troops you will not be able to produce enough consumer goods to maintain the approval among your civilian population and you will have to deal with uprisings (in totalitarian nations) or a power shift towards opposition parties (in democratic nations). The same goes for your A.I. controlled opponents: Use spies to influence their domestic political climate to your advantage and weaken their war efforts. Every one of these tasks can be delegated to the A.I. but its highly recommended to do at least the most important jobs yourself. The A.I. is not totally incompetent, in fact it does a pretty decent job, but a reasonably experienced player will still make the better decisions. And besides, why would you want to spend your time watching a game play itself?
Only new players might want to concentrate on one gameplay element at a time to get used to it before taking over complete control.

The size of the world map is immense, it is divided into 15000 (!) areas and maintaining the overview can become a difficult task, especially when you're playing as one of the big nations, with a huge army, war on several fronts and try to handle as much as possible without the help of the A.I.

HoI3 is played in real-time but lets you adjust the speed to your liking or pause any time during the game.

If you like a game to take you by the hand and tell you what to do, Hearts of Iron is not for you. It is difficult to learn and difficult to master, the six short tutorials are not overly helpful. It doesn't even lay down objectives for you. You won't miss them because there's always a lot to do and take care of. But if a strategy game with an impressive depth that puts all other representatives of the genre to shame in terms of complexity is what you want and if you have the patience and time to get over the initial steep learning curve, you can have fun for years to come with this title.

A few words about the DLCs (HoI3 has a lot of them): Semper Fi, For The Motherland and Their Finest Hour are the must get expansions, all the sprite packs... not so much. You will most likely not want to use the option to replace the nato symbols with new fancy sprites, as they provide more information about the units at a quick glance. The three aforementioned larger expansions on the other hand come with a great many features that really enhace the gameplay a lot. These include but are not limited to: New types of units for many nations, A.I. improvements, an extended espionage system, enhanced economic diplomacy, a strategic warfare screen that visually displays important combat information, improved, more in-depth naval warfare and more realistic amphibious assaults, enhanced character development of your commanders, additional combat tactics, balancing adjustments of unit attributes and many more.
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Despite a terrible launch, Hearts of Iron III has taken the throne of it's precursor(Hearts of Iron II) in WW2 stimulation.
Paradox Interactive has outdone themself with the better graphics,more provinces and they still support the game, I would get the expansions though because the base game is a bit ♥♥♥♥ty without them and you could have a way better time if you would buy the expansions.

Some issues are still that the AI isn't the best it could be and that it can also be shallow sometimes in history/realism, But it is already hard to get into the gameplay due to alot of factors and numbers playing a factor in how to build your armies/nation etc.
Great modding community though like all paradox games but I wouldn't get into this game if you are not going to spend alot of time on it since it has a learning curve that can be quite steep.

9/10 Great WW2 stimulation game with some minor flaws but a great game that if you can get into can get you alot of hours of gameplay.
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A masterwork of a grand strategy game, allowing one to take control over every aspect of a post-interwar nation from the delegation of spies to grand battles plans. If you're a history nut with no life like me, it's a great game to recreate history with anyone from Luxembourg to the Nationalist Chinese regime.
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Rating: 9/10

Hearts of Iron III is a real-time grand strategy and operational tactics game set during the Second World War. All aspects of warfare at the divisional scale upwards are represented, including military command structures, military appointments, economics, production, international trade, logistics, espionage, military research, legal polices, and political appointments. Players can (and should) automate as much of the game as they wish, and the friendly AI is very good at handling routine tasks and reducing micromanagement.

The sheer scale of this game can be overwhelming at first. You can play as any nation and even avoid participating in world wars altogether. You can start a small scale regional war to advance your nation's expansionist interests whilst the rest of the world is distracted by the threat of even greater wars, such as the first half of the Second Sino-Japanese War before the bombing of Pearl Harbour. This period in history centres around total war, or the use of all the state's resources towards warfare and some countries will find it incredibly difficult to avoid being engulfed in the Second World War.

Admittedly, it's a hard game to love at first. The music score is mediocre, and the UI offers so much information players won't know on what to focus. To make matters worse, both the tutorial and manual are useless. Luckily, there's an excellent video series by Michael Broschek covering everything you need (YouTube). I strongly recommend you watch this tutorial series. Afterwards, the UI becomes very easy to navigate and you'll know what and how to automate using the AI, making gameplay a breeze without losing control.

The command structure for land units is a unique feature of this game and I haven't found anything else like it. Once you've mastered them they become incredibly powerful tools for automation. Largely static lines of defence and slowly advancing attack can be reliably handled by the AI, whilst you can focus your attention on the main thrust. Military units at the lowest level are brigades organised into divisions. Divisions can then be attached to corps, corps to army, and armies to army groups. Having different levels of command grant powerful bonuses. Depending on which general you assign to a division, there are additional bonuses or downsides. However, you must remain within the command range of each respective command level in order to gain those bonuses or units will lose cohesion. Navies and air forces are much easier to handle, due to how their command structures operate differently.

There's endless replayability within the standard game, but for those wanting more it's essential that you shop around for some of the user made modifications. There are literally dozens of top quality mods on the developer forums (Paradox Plaza), though you'll need to create a free account in order to access it. The standard game provides a good challenge at the hardest difficulty level, but allows for unrealistically easy and effective Blitzkrieg-style tactics. In my opinion, the best realism mod right now is the Iron Cross Edition, or BlackICE (Paradox Plaza Thread). It's intended for those looking for a realistic and incredibly difficult challenge, and is meant to be played at the hardest difficulty setting.
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