The High Definition edition of Majesty Gold contains main game, the Northern Expansion Pack as well as 2 new quests and several other graphics and gameplay updates. Majesty is a Real-time strategy game with indirect control – your heroes have a will of their own!
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An addictive game you'll keep coming back to.
— IGN

Truly Excellent
Majesty is original, fun and challenging... it's a winning combination of real-time strategy and role-playing elements.
— Gamespot

A lot of fun.
— PCZone

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The High Definition edition of Majesty Gold contains main game, the Northern Expansion Pack as well as 2 new quests and several other graphics and gameplay updates. Majesty is a Real-time strategy game with indirect control – your heroes have a will of their own! Your rule is not absolute, as you face subjects that are independent, stubborn - and greedy. They will need a great deal of persuasion (ok, gold) before they carry out your wishes...

Key features:

  • Two additional quests, The Wrath of Krolm and The Balance of Twilight
  • The game can now be set to run at all common resolutions
  • Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP operating systems
  • Many other gameplay bug fixes, improvements, and refinements

Systemkrav

    Minimumskrav:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 800 Mhz Pentium III eller tilsvarende
    • Hukommelse: 256mb
    • Harddiskplads: 1 gb
    • Grafikkort: DirectX 8-konpatibelt grafikkort
    • DirectX®: 8
    • Lyd: DirectX 8-kompatibelt lydkort
    • Yderligere:
    Anbefalet:
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 2,4 GHz Pentium 4 eller bedre
    • Hukommelse: 2 gb
    • Harddiskplads: 1 gb
    • Grafikkort: DirectX 9-kompatibelt grafikkort
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9-kompatibelt lydkort
    • Yderligere:
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For those having technical issues with the game:

Documents\My Games\MajestyHD\MajXPrefs (edit this file)
PixWidth/PixHeight match native resolution (use the in game changer if you want, if you do that, PixDepth will be reset to 16 and you'll need to change the config file again)
PixDepth 32
BlitMode 1
IntroVideo 0

Now it'll be as smooth as it used to be and you'll be able to enjoy one of the greatest strategy games of all time again.
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One of the reasons I recommend this game is the fact that it differs from other strategy games. If you're a casual strategy player who doesn't want to control every single unit or gather resources manually then this game is for you.

Majesty is mostly focused on which buildings you make, especially during the start of a level. The heroes will explore the map on their own. They fight and gather items, and if the enemy they're facing is too strong they flee. They also upgrade their armor and weapons automatically but only if you build a blacksmith and research the upgrades. That means you don't have to worry about anything except making the right buildings. If you feel like ordering the units to search a specific location on the map you can add a bounty flag which will make the units move there to get the reward.

By the way, the music and voice acting is amazing.
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A wonderful game that I spent much of my childhood playing. With a good chunk of variety and gameplay choices, the game really shines as an innovative game where you manage a city, hire heroes, and fight some very interesting challenges and monsters. Given the lack of depth many modern games currently have, Majesty may still be one of the best sims available.
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-Quick Review-
Majesty Gold HD is advertised as "The Fantasy Kingdom Simulator", and that pretty much sums up the genre: Fantasy, Simulation, and Strategy. Majesty was developed by Cyberlore Studios. Majesty was released in 2001, Majesty Gold Edition was released in 2002, and Majesty Gold HD was released 2012.

Before people start typing up comments: the version you're getting covers all the predecessors, originally Majesty only had the bottom half of the levels you'll see in the single player game, Majesty Gold Edition included an expansion for the "Northern Expansion". Majesty was re-released in an attempt to be more compatible with windows 7 machines, two additional quests, and other minor bug fixes and improvements. I'll elaborate on this later in my review, my apologies for making the -Quick Review- section too long.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=662954883

-Detailed breakdown review-
Story: Greetings Majesty! I am your cryer, I've been with your family through multiple generations, and..... What's that? I see... Yes... mmhmmm.... Sorry to cut the pleasantries short Majesty, but the kingdom is in ruins and only you can fix it, because you're the only one with the almighty power to instruct the peasants to build stuff!

By this point, most people are used to being the only competent operson in video games that can issue orders, and in strategy games it's typical practice. On that note, Welcome to Majesty! A game where you don't control any characters, npcs, avatars, etc directly!
"Woah, Woah, Atratzu!" - I hear you exclaiming. - "What kind of game are you ever talking about? If I can't do my 360 no scope's, or press A to jump, I don't think you're really talking about a video game." - Well never fear, my dear reader! I shall teach you the way of Majesty!

Gameplay: You play from the perspective of the "Majesty", you have 3 types of serfs: Tax collectors, Peasants, and Guards. You have some control over these characters, but you can only issue commands and they'll follow (except guards, they only patrol. But don't worry; their AI isn't that bad they're zealous zealots for you.). In addition to serfs, the Majesty can issue several different commands, you can set bounties, order spells to be cast, and set building foundations (which the peasants will then go build).
That's it! I've actually covered the only powers the Majest has... crazy huh? "Stop baiting us, Atratzu. You only write reviews this way when you really like a game." Wow! What a bunch of astute reader you all are!

We next move on to the mechanic that will MAKE or BREAK the game for you: Heroes. There are many different types of heroes, and I'll spare you a 'tutorial-review' explaining the differences, mainly these are different types of AI creatures running around and doing their own things. But as the Majesty you have some say in what they might do.
For example, say you have a blacksmith, and marketplace, if your hero has enough gold, he or she might purchase armor upgrades, or potions, or both if the hero has enough money. But which will the hero prioritize? I don't know, you'll need to watch them!

In a Way I feel like a Queen Ant (Don't look into this analogy too much, mmmmk? It's too late isn't it. *sigh*), I set up my nest, and then all my little babies run around doing stuff. While I myself am quite boring, I get to watch and see the adventurers the little ones are having!

Before someone dismisses my obviously nostalgia blinded perspective, the game challenges you by giving you different objects and restricting certain buildings to be built in certain missions. You might need to beat a mission using only archers and warriors. In one Expert-Difficulty Mission you cannot build ANY-GUILDS (You need to build guilds to hire heroes): you can only hire heroes and pray to the Ardania gods that the Monsters don't melt your kingdom before you can explore enough to get help! So in a way, you could say Majesty is a combination of a "puzzle" and "strategy game", with many randomly generated elements.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=662957053

Achievements: There are no Steam Achievements for Majesty Gold HD. Sad really...

Price: Majesty Gold HD is priced at $9.99, actually... I think I still have my Majesty Gold Edition CD somewhere around my still packed up game library in my apartment. Majesty can be a pretty big time sink, since there's a lot of RNG going on in the background, which might make your play through more difficult or easier, you can easily sink more then 10 hours into the game, thereby making the price 1 dollar per hour (my value system is: I like every dollar to go towards an hour of gameplay.)

*Multiplayer and Optimization I don't normally care about Multiplayer, but I've noticed a handful of negative reviews complaining about it, and a lot of forum posts asking for help setting it up. Honestly I never cared to play multiplayer, it seems that some really tech savvy people in the community have come up with methods to play multiplayer, I'll include some links to articles if you want to do some reading and downloading to get it working. (It does seem that playing on a LAN would be easiest and the least painful, but not everyone has that option)
Regarding Optimization, Majesty Gold HD may be more compatible with windows 7, but it sure didn't show up on my computer (I begrudgingly upgraded my gaming rig to windows 10. Don't get me started; I hated windows 8.1 on a desktop more), I had to make changes to the launch of the game so I could stream it over twitch, and get it into window mode. I've poked around and saw there are other suggestions for optimization, you can chose your favorite.
Regarding the windows 7 optimization, I downloaded Majesty HD to my Win 7 laptop (Which is getting kinda old), Majesty Gold HD worked beautifully! So at this point I can say this much; Win 7 it works fantastic, Win 10 it works but not nearly as smoothly, and may require file tweaking or launch editing. (the Launch Edits that I did were: "-useddblit -blitmovietobackground -w" without the quotation marks)
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=662960961

Conclusion: I think it's pretty clear I love this game, as I mused to myself over twitch: "Part of my love definitely comes from the flood of memories when I played it in the summer of my high school years, remembering the summer vacations away from school playing Majesty Gold Edition and listening to the radio... mom coming downstairs telling me 'DON'T YOU DARE SPEND YOUR WHOLE SUMMER INDOORS'." *sniff* brings a happy tear to Atratzu's eye.

It's clear *I* love this game, but the real question is: Will you? The good news is that Majesty has been on sale for 75% off in the past, so you can wait until it's pocket-lint-price before trying it out. But if you're a very careful spender, you'll want to remember the key points of my review: You don't control, or do anything very direct. You Build, you cast spells. You're basically playing Fantasy Sim City. If that sounds fun, try it! If it sounds like a pain, might want to skip it.
Majesty has aged, there's no doubt about that. Has it aged well? I think it has aged decently so far, because the sprites are more cartoon styled, but this game definitely isn't for everyone. I would suggest Majesty Gold HD to anyone whom enjoys older games (I should start calling them "seasoned", sounds more sophisticated!), strategy games, puzzle games, and fantasy game genre's. But, if your purchase will hinge on multiplayer and you're not willing to go through the work and jump through the hoops to get it... skip it.
Thanks for reading my review!

*This is not a standard category added to Atratzu Reviews, but was found necessary to add for further clarification for the Majesty Gold HD review.
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Majesty combines city-building, RPG and, most of all, strategy aspects into one satisfying and thoroughly unique package. Instead of building up an army and marching your soldiers to destroy an enemy’s base, you have to construct a small town around your castle in order to ensure that the heroes you recruit have all that they need to be successful.

Heroes can’t be controlled directly, but their actions are a reflection of their class (e.g. Rangers like exploring, Rogues like to steal) and of the rewards banners that you put up. You have two types of banners: attack banners and explore banners that will reward your heroes with an amount of gold you set for attacking a monster or monster den or exploring a location, respectively. While this may sound hard to juggle, it really isn’t and Majesty does a tremendous job of creating missions that are both challenging and fun.

One of my favorite games of all time, I can’t tell you how many hours I spent playing this as a kid. Coming back to it years later to replay it on Steam just made me a remember what an amazing game this is. Every strategy fan should add this game to their collection!
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