Ascension to the Throne is a turn-based strategy game with RPG elements. In a world of fantasy the hero will have to pass many tests on his way to victory. Enemies seek to stop players from regaining power and taking revenge. Gain new friends to aid you in reclaiming the throne.
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Veröffentlichung: 26. Jan. 2007
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"Strategy fantasy game - for everyone who likes Fantasy General and Elven Legacy!"

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28. Juli

Ascension to the Throne Updated

RPG/TBS game Ascension to the Throne has been updated to the latest version available:

- German translation added
- Game updated to the latest version 1.128
- Resource files repacked to decrease installation size by 1 Gb
- Stuttering in video cutscenes fixed


Походовая стратегия и ролевая игра "Восхождение на трон" обновлена:

- Добавлен перевод на немецкий
- Игра обновлена до крайней версии 1.128
- Ресурсы переупакованы для сокращения занимаемого места на диске
- Устранено "заикание" в видео заставках

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Über dieses Spiel

Ascension to the Throne is a turn-based strategy game with RPG elements. In a world of fantasy the hero will have to pass many tests on his way to victory. Enemies seek to stop players from regaining power and taking revenge. Gain new friends to aid you in reclaiming the throne. Become the King you were born to be - wise, brave and courageous.

Players will act as the last offspring of the ancient family Illiar, which has ruled Eden for ages. But times have changed and traitorous enemies attacked the castle. They slaughtered the prince's family and destroyed the settlement, but they didn't crush his will. A very powerful spell cast by a magician threw the hero far beyond the borders of the country. He was on his own - without relatives, friends, army and without money. He lost everything he was proud of but still he was alive and chose the path of vengeance.

Players will explore a new fascinating world, full of foes and friends. They will have to crush hordes of enemies and find new followers to regain the title and ascend to the throne.

Key features:

  • Open ended non-linear gameplay
  • Combination of real-time movement around the game world and turn-based battles
  • Large-scale tactical battles. Up to 22 squads (up to 16 units in each)
  • Players are not bounded by separate missions. They can go to any part of the game world and explore it. The game world is integral and players are free to choose any direction
  • Original concept. The Hero is the player, and instead of giving orders and watching the battles from a safe place, he participates in them by himself. But remember, that you can easily loose your Hero in the heat of a battle

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/7/8
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 6600 or higher graphic card with 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP/7/8
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 6600 or higher graphic card with 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
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18 von 25 Personen (72%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
134.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Februar
A difficult but fun turn based strategy game similar to Might and Magic and Kings Bounty, where you recuit powerful soilders along with sexy and beautiful mages and archers to build your army and reclaim your right as king from the sorcerer that betrayed you. Although there are some graphics issues (such as simple grass slowing down the framerate a bit), it's still a very enjoyable game if you have the patience for the difficult beggining.

A warning to SJW and those sensitive to "sexist" sexy female characters, there will be a lot of bada** half naked warrior chicks in this game (a huge reason why i love it <3 )

Hopefully they'll add the expansion Ascension to the Throne: Valkyrie to steam as well; I'd definetly pay for that! <3
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Februar
I like the game because it is a D&D type game, but the fighting is difficult and often impossible. You have to play the game in order - it is not an open ended game. If you don't overcome each step, you can't advance.
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. April 2014
Ich habe das Spiel bereits vor Jahren gespielt, beim Steam-Angebot habe ich sofort zugegriffen!
Klar, das Spiel hat viele Schwächen, der Schwierigkeitsgrad und die Unwissenheit, vor allem am Anfang, welche Monster-Gruppe man angreifen soll, aber ein Paar Quick-Save's / Quick-Load's später läuft die Sache.

Das Spiel ist eine Mischung aus Rollenspiel und Taktik à la HoMM, kein Part davon ist gut aber auch nicht besonders schlecht.

Mich erinnert das Spiel stark an Battle Mage, allerdings mit Rundenkampf.

Für die Paar €'s ist es sicherlich ein Blick wert, man sollte aber Frustresistenz von +100 haben.
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0 von 1 Personen (0%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
15.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. November 2014
This game is a really enjoyable mix of rpg, turn based tactical combat, and exploration. When I first saw it in the shop I was sceptic - the graphics looked quite dated and as an avid gamer in above mentioned genres I had never heard of the game, which is usually a very bad sign.

Approximately 2 minutes after installing this game I called for intravenous caffeine, because one thing was quite certain: I wouldn't be putting this game down any time soon.

You pick up the game as a king shortly after being stabbed in the back by your not so loyal royal court wizard, who had been researching black magic "to fight fire with fire, Sire, honest!". Last seen, our main protagonist exploded into shards of armor and rapidly disappeared towards the setting sun.

Unfortunately the nature of the sneak attack transported you to a far off kingdom where your name holds no weight, so you have to begin by organising money for food and shelter as well as to pay a few peasants with pitch forks to pose as your muscle. You have the choice to let your king fight in the melee (risky, as his death is an instant failure state) or to spend some of your hard earned experience points and gold to learn magic from the plentiful town mages you will find almost everywhere.

You have a limited number of spots in your vanguard that have to be carefully filled with units that compliment each other (nice hat archer, you look like Lobin the Hut!) and the strategy is further complicated by the fact that there is no resurrection of unique champion units.

There is also the so called "Authority", which regulates how much value your army can have at any given time. Therefore, no matter how much you want to have an army that is 100 % two hander swinging giants, chances are you will have to decide stringently between small numbers of strong creatures and 10 man squads of cheaper, faster units.

Authority is gained on level up, after the completion of quests, in certain dialogues (Just act noble, Mkay?) or by shamelessly bribing your soldiers with the contents of treasure chests, which reminds me sharply of other games we shall not name at this time.

Along the path you will recruit anything from peasants to giant highlanders (or are they celts? Either way they are 100% awesome), fight undead, abominations, knights and sorcerers, help other adventurers who often decide to follow you permanently or just for a short part of your journey, and generally have one heck of a blast conquering the poor unsuspecting country your court wizard deported you to.

But as you negotiate (sometimes using your mailed fist) your way to rulership, it soon becomes clear that dethroning you was only the first step in the plan of your previously favourite arch wizard. Partnerships will have to be forged if you hope to destroy the demons standing between you and revenge, so put on your wizard hat and your ring of smiting and get to it!

The game has an expansion pack that features another campaign, more units and other additions, but unfortunately said addon is so far not available via steam. Maybe if we beg Gaben...? :(
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94 von 104 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
21.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. April 2014
This used to be my favourite game when i was a child. I bought it after beatin Warcraft 3, and loved it a lot. I also replayed it a few times and enjoyed it every time. About a year ago i tried to play Kings bounty, but enjoyed it a lot less than this game. Maybe it's nostalgia, but i really love that in this game every unit is separate, when in KB it's just one unit with the number. It makes it a lot more fun for me.
This game may have bad graphics, but does this even matter? It's best part is the fighting system. It's not too long, so i didn't get bored with figths, which are, by the way, pretty different each time. If you played KB, you should know what i'm talking about. In Ascension it also matters how many units you put into one cell. It may be 1 weak soldier, which can be a bait, or a group of them. In the second scenario the group is more likely the distract the enemy, they can even protect more important units with their own bodies, which you couldn't do in KB, but the also can be destroyed by one hit of the wizard, while putting them into separate groups makes it longer to take them all down.
The rpg part is not very developed, this is true. There is no skill tree or anything like that. But if you choose to be a wizrd, which is a wise choise, you definatly will enjoy finding new spells, like triple fireballs or distraction. Most of them can be bought learned from wizards in towns, but some, like fast travel spell, are hidden on the map. However, if you want the game to be more challanging, make your hero a warrior and don't learn spells.
The world is divided into three continents. The land of humans, the land of orcs and barbariabs and the land of demons. Each of them is full of characters, secrets and side quests. It's really interesting to explore in ths game. If you do, you may find a worthy treasure.
Side quests in this game are rather small, but more interesting, than just "kill-bring" ones. There are such quests as drinking competiton, detective quest. In most of those you can express your will. For example, in the detective quest you can either punish the criminal you find, or take his money + keep him available as a merchant.
There are also several items in this game, which cost a lot, A LOT of money. You'll have to complete some side quests in order to buy them. Those are armour, rings etc. Funny thing: you won't be able to buy some items. Merchants will tell you that they are no use for you. They are actually useful for a main caracter of the sequel, which is sadly not on steam. Those items are easter eggs of some sort.
I found the plot interesting. The final battle is pretty epic. Plus there are some interestings parts of the main quests, in which you, for example, will have to get rid of all your weapons and armour, your whole army too, and dress as a monk in order to enter a city, taken over by a demon. Hten you'll have to fight him without all things you left behind. If you're a wizard - it's difficult. If you're a warrior - good luck.
The in-game journal is done decently. It doesn't say "kill 10 rats, dragonborn". The notes in it always fit the atmosphere, and, if you read them, may contain useful hints.
I definatly recommend this game.
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