Patrician III - sequel to the award winning game Patrician II - features advanced in-game AI, which adjusts its difficulty based on experience and ability. In this economic sandbox game you can gain wealth and power in multiple ways - what you will do with it is up to you.
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发行日期: 2010年11月18日

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Patrician III - sequel to the award winning game Patrician II - features advanced in-game AI, which adjusts its difficulty based on experience and ability. In this economic sandbox game you can gain wealth and power in multiple ways - what you will do with it is up to you. Invite up to 8 of your friends for a multiplayer session via LAN or over the Internet.

Become a fellow of the famous medieval Hanse trading association in the 13th century. Manage the politics, prestige and economic success in your city and the known parts of Europe! Create a medieval trade empire and expand in to encompass the whole Old World. Build warehouses, workshops, brickworks and much more to strengthen your financial position in the Hansa. Gain reputation in your hometown by developing its infrastructure with roads, hospitals, schools and become Lord Mayor thus gaining full control of the city. Be a famous pirate killer or become one yourself!

Visit the great cities of Hamburg, Stockholm, London, Novgorod, Oslo and more. Explore the Mediterranean as you build your trade empire. Hold galas to celebrate victory in battle and your town's growth. Run massive trading operations and cope with the consequences of enhanced seasonal weather effects.

You can raise your standing through town improvement and diplomacy or fill your coffers through piracy and smuggling. Grow your small town into a major trading centre wielding tremendous economic power today!

系统需求

    • OS: Windows XP SP2/Vista
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz or higher
    • Memory: 512 MB or higher
    • Graphics: 128 MB DirectX 9-compatible (Pixel/Vertexshader 1.1)
    • DirectX®: DirectX-compatible
    • Hard Drive: 6.5 GB free hard drive space
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KyKyKyKy
( 53.0 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月29日
Old school game.
Is sad becaus the Ascaron abandoned this game. :(
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Audish
( 2.5 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月14日
If you've read my Port Royale 2 review, this one is going to look very familiar. The Patrician series is quite a bit older, actually, with this installment originally appearing in 2000 whereas the original Port Royale appeared in 2003. While both allow you to tool around the high seas and peddle your wares at exotic ports of call, Patrician goes quite a bit deeper into the social aspect, allowing you to grow far beyond your starting station as a simple merchant.

Your mercantile adventures will take you all over the 14th century Hanseatic League (which was around northern Europe and the Baltic Sea, for the historically impaired), to ports from London to Oslo. Travel takes place on a static map, from which you can move to detailed towns presented in a charming, isometric 2D view. At the harbors you can buy and sell goods to make your bones, but there are also tons of buildings in towns with various options. You can hire crew and meet informants in the taverns, check local politics and take contracts at the town hall, pray and donate money at the church, and even treat yourself to a nice bath at the bathhouse.

The meat of the game, at least early on, is the trading and it isn't as simple as it looks. Each town produces certain goods and consumes all of them at a rate determined by the population and industries present, so it's important to know the makeup of each one you want to do business in. Prices are also based on supply and demand so you can't just run beer from the beer town to the drunk town because they won't have drunk it all by the time you make your second trip. It'll take some time to learn who needs what where, but if you're invested in the game you'll be making the big money in no time.

Once you've got a grip on trading and started to expand your operations, that's where the game opens up in a way Port Royale does not. You have a reputation in each town that's dependent on your trading and actions, but also on how you choose to support the town. It goes deeper than just building your own workshops and houses, because you can invest in the local economy, make donations and throw festivals, and eventually become part of the town leadership. Being elected mayor of a town opens up a whole new set of options regarding military forces and infrastructure, which is a compelling long-term goal to add onto such an open-ended game.

It may be a deeper game than most trading sims, but that also adds to the complexity and Patrician does not handle that aspect very well. A lot of key factors like your reputation with a town are hidden from you, conveyed only in vague qualitative terms. It can also be hard to understand some of the unique tasks you can take on. I agreed to marry and was instructed to stock my warehouse for the wedding festivities, but nowhere did it explain what goods I needed for the celebration. Some events can also cause you major setbacks if they affect your standing in important towns.

All of these elements combine to give Patrician a steeper learning curve than most sims, though it's an understandable price to pay for the additional complexity. It's a game that you have to commit to learning and making mistakes in a way that Port Royale is not, but the potential payoff is a lot greater. The presentation only helps draw you in, with lovingly rendered towns and citizens and a pleasant, understated audio setup. In the end I might be more of a Caribbean man, but I can't deny that Patrician III is the deeper game, taking its trading game to impressive lengths.
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Tinkles
( 54.7 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月13日
Fun game if you find micromanaging your thing. Wish they made IV
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站街萝莉伯爵酱
( 0.1 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月12日
因为情怀必须给好评,但是她无法在win8和win10下运行→_→也没有修复的意思
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Brongard
( 63.7 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:6月6日
This game is utterly amazing.


IMPORTANT: The main thing you need to do after buying it, is to make it run under Windows 10. There are ways. I personally recommend this: https://steamcommunity.com/app/33570/discussions/0/35221584425332491/

There are not many games so enjoyable even 16 years after release. I am still coming back to this game every few years and spend 30 to 100 hours.

What is so special about Patrician 3? It was made by a German developer with GREAT care and a lot of love paid to details. It has nice 2D graphics, good sound effects and amazing gameplay.

There is a well-simulated economy and a huge variety of activities to immerse oneself into. A feast for the mind. If you know how good it feels to excercise your mind, you will fall in love with this game.

This games teaches you that if you care about people and make them happy, you can rise in society. You can also rise if you care about your town and improve it. You can also rise if you outsmart your competition and expand your company. You can also rise if you are a crap of a person but know which strings to pull and how to manipulate the public opinion. Just like in real life.

None of your actions here remain unnoticed. Reputation is the key.

The "dark side" is also possible. Get ready for pirating, bribes and brutal politics.

You will like this game if you like developing things and making something better.

Patrician 3 is so rewarding and so well-made that I would recommend it to anyone, who likes economic simulators, ships, business development and products made with a lot of love and care.

P.S.: Every time you return to game (i.e. load), make sure you take a bath and pray at the church. You are welcome.
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wadebren
( 158.1 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月28日
Played this game for 10 plus year's. My all time favorite. Steam crashes to much for me, but it could only be that I'm on Windows 10. It takes forever to get the drivers and settings to play on w10. Still the best game I know of. Would love to have a 8 member p3 game club. Play every week same time 2-3 hours. All trying to be alderman. Who can have the most private towns. I think 3 can be started. Mayor in 1, and be permanently owner of 3 others.
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duratta_ss
( 9.5 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月25日
Costs less than a good meal, lasts longer, and is much more entertaining. Runs well on modern machines and the interface is not very complex. Concurrently satisfies these urges: play a game, own a ship, buy low, sail the seas, sell high, and not file taxes.

Pro: think, click, and amass wealth
Con: does not feed your real children
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飞越彩虹
( 6.3 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月22日
大航海家3是我小学时候就开始玩的游戏,现在时隔十几年再翻出来玩依然是那么经典,让人沉迷其中。当时还小,很多内容和小细节都没注意到,对这个细致的游戏系统了解得还不太深刻,所以这次翻出来玩之前就查了很多百科,学习了解的同时不断赞叹这个游戏真的是太有趣太真实了。不过可惜的是,毕竟是很老的游戏了,并不支持高分辨率和宽屏,最多只能达到1024*768,所以想体验的话可能需要一个虚拟机,或者干脆去玩新出的大航海家4,画质有了很大的提升,同时上手也容易一些。

大航海家不仅仅是一个航海贸易经营游戏,在里面你会体验到从一个只有一条船一个事务所的小店主成长为一代区域联盟领袖的传奇历程,而且你能做的事情其实还有很多,这里稍微列举一些:贸易、造船、搭配舰船武器、挑选船长、对战海盗、藏宝图寻宝、自己当海盗打劫竞争对手船只、海上攻击掠夺城镇一次就是几十万啊、资助海盗、雇佣小偷给竞争对手搞破坏、建造工厂完成自己的生产流水线、开发房地产出租给工人继续压榨他们、维护城镇基础设施、对抗瘟疫饥荒火灾港口冻结等灾害、举办大型庆典提高市民士气、扩建教堂、施舍穷人、祈祷、洗澡、帮助走私、运送旅行者、贿赂法官或者议员、结婚、借贷放贷、建造学校医院造币厂等、远征地中海扩大贸易、发现美洲大陆、与印第安人贸易、加入公会、拍卖建筑、抵制城镇贸易、组建公共联合舰队、派遣舰队保卫城镇海上安全、当议员提案投票、选举成为市长、扩建城墙、扩军、加税、对抗王子、防御王子军队的陆地进攻、选举成为汉萨同盟领袖、建造新城镇。

一些细节比如船厂随着帮你修船造船他们也会积攒经验,从而提高速度,并且逐渐可以建造改良型的舰船有更大的容量,同时还能开发新的船型,同时武器商人也能获得经验从而研制出新型舰船武器。经常不洗澡会被控告下流,经常不去教堂祈祷会被控告散布谣言地球是圆的。水手也受士气影响,被海盗打败或者长时间航行不靠岸会导致士气低落,时间长了就容易引起叛变,船上如果放着大量美酒那么水手可能会悄悄喝掉一点,最后所有人都喝醉了无法出海。商品的价格都是按照城镇的库存储备和生产消耗情况进行计算的,德国人的游戏在数据上真的是非常严谨真实。

一代经典!
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afaulding
( 0.4 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:5月15日
Old, poor graphics, nothing works well in high resolution even when patched.
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5245jah
( 2.1 小时(记录在案的) )
发布于:4月26日
Plus:

Good game to waste your time on, it has nice learning curve, makes understandment of economy also easier.



Minuses:
a bit outdated, but we can't blame on it :D no good advanced tutorials either


Overall:
not the best game, but still recommend to try
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发布于:6月14日
If you've read my Port Royale 2 review, this one is going to look very familiar. The Patrician series is quite a bit older, actually, with this installment originally appearing in 2000 whereas the original Port Royale appeared in 2003. While both allow you to tool around the high seas and peddle your wares at exotic ports of call, Patrician goes quite a bit deeper into the social aspect, allowing you to grow far beyond your starting station as a simple merchant.

Your mercantile adventures will take you all over the 14th century Hanseatic League (which was around northern Europe and the Baltic Sea, for the historically impaired), to ports from London to Oslo. Travel takes place on a static map, from which you can move to detailed towns presented in a charming, isometric 2D view. At the harbors you can buy and sell goods to make your bones, but there are also tons of buildings in towns with various options. You can hire crew and meet informants in the taverns, check local politics and take contracts at the town hall, pray and donate money at the church, and even treat yourself to a nice bath at the bathhouse.

The meat of the game, at least early on, is the trading and it isn't as simple as it looks. Each town produces certain goods and consumes all of them at a rate determined by the population and industries present, so it's important to know the makeup of each one you want to do business in. Prices are also based on supply and demand so you can't just run beer from the beer town to the drunk town because they won't have drunk it all by the time you make your second trip. It'll take some time to learn who needs what where, but if you're invested in the game you'll be making the big money in no time.

Once you've got a grip on trading and started to expand your operations, that's where the game opens up in a way Port Royale does not. You have a reputation in each town that's dependent on your trading and actions, but also on how you choose to support the town. It goes deeper than just building your own workshops and houses, because you can invest in the local economy, make donations and throw festivals, and eventually become part of the town leadership. Being elected mayor of a town opens up a whole new set of options regarding military forces and infrastructure, which is a compelling long-term goal to add onto such an open-ended game.

It may be a deeper game than most trading sims, but that also adds to the complexity and Patrician does not handle that aspect very well. A lot of key factors like your reputation with a town are hidden from you, conveyed only in vague qualitative terms. It can also be hard to understand some of the unique tasks you can take on. I agreed to marry and was instructed to stock my warehouse for the wedding festivities, but nowhere did it explain what goods I needed for the celebration. Some events can also cause you major setbacks if they affect your standing in important towns.

All of these elements combine to give Patrician a steeper learning curve than most sims, though it's an understandable price to pay for the additional complexity. It's a game that you have to commit to learning and making mistakes in a way that Port Royale is not, but the potential payoff is a lot greater. The presentation only helps draw you in, with lovingly rendered towns and citizens and a pleasant, understated audio setup. In the end I might be more of a Caribbean man, but I can't deny that Patrician III is the deeper game, taking its trading game to impressive lengths.
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63.7 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:6月6日
This game is utterly amazing.


IMPORTANT: The main thing you need to do after buying it, is to make it run under Windows 10. There are ways. I personally recommend this: https://steamcommunity.com/app/33570/discussions/0/35221584425332491/

There are not many games so enjoyable even 16 years after release. I am still coming back to this game every few years and spend 30 to 100 hours.

What is so special about Patrician 3? It was made by a German developer with GREAT care and a lot of love paid to details. It has nice 2D graphics, good sound effects and amazing gameplay.

There is a well-simulated economy and a huge variety of activities to immerse oneself into. A feast for the mind. If you know how good it feels to excercise your mind, you will fall in love with this game.

This games teaches you that if you care about people and make them happy, you can rise in society. You can also rise if you care about your town and improve it. You can also rise if you outsmart your competition and expand your company. You can also rise if you are a crap of a person but know which strings to pull and how to manipulate the public opinion. Just like in real life.

None of your actions here remain unnoticed. Reputation is the key.

The "dark side" is also possible. Get ready for pirating, bribes and brutal politics.

You will like this game if you like developing things and making something better.

Patrician 3 is so rewarding and so well-made that I would recommend it to anyone, who likes economic simulators, ships, business development and products made with a lot of love and care.

P.S.: Every time you return to game (i.e. load), make sure you take a bath and pray at the church. You are welcome.
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发布于:5月22日
大航海家3是我小学时候就开始玩的游戏,现在时隔十几年再翻出来玩依然是那么经典,让人沉迷其中。当时还小,很多内容和小细节都没注意到,对这个细致的游戏系统了解得还不太深刻,所以这次翻出来玩之前就查了很多百科,学习了解的同时不断赞叹这个游戏真的是太有趣太真实了。不过可惜的是,毕竟是很老的游戏了,并不支持高分辨率和宽屏,最多只能达到1024*768,所以想体验的话可能需要一个虚拟机,或者干脆去玩新出的大航海家4,画质有了很大的提升,同时上手也容易一些。

大航海家不仅仅是一个航海贸易经营游戏,在里面你会体验到从一个只有一条船一个事务所的小店主成长为一代区域联盟领袖的传奇历程,而且你能做的事情其实还有很多,这里稍微列举一些:贸易、造船、搭配舰船武器、挑选船长、对战海盗、藏宝图寻宝、自己当海盗打劫竞争对手船只、海上攻击掠夺城镇一次就是几十万啊、资助海盗、雇佣小偷给竞争对手搞破坏、建造工厂完成自己的生产流水线、开发房地产出租给工人继续压榨他们、维护城镇基础设施、对抗瘟疫饥荒火灾港口冻结等灾害、举办大型庆典提高市民士气、扩建教堂、施舍穷人、祈祷、洗澡、帮助走私、运送旅行者、贿赂法官或者议员、结婚、借贷放贷、建造学校医院造币厂等、远征地中海扩大贸易、发现美洲大陆、与印第安人贸易、加入公会、拍卖建筑、抵制城镇贸易、组建公共联合舰队、派遣舰队保卫城镇海上安全、当议员提案投票、选举成为市长、扩建城墙、扩军、加税、对抗王子、防御王子军队的陆地进攻、选举成为汉萨同盟领袖、建造新城镇。

一些细节比如船厂随着帮你修船造船他们也会积攒经验,从而提高速度,并且逐渐可以建造改良型的舰船有更大的容量,同时还能开发新的船型,同时武器商人也能获得经验从而研制出新型舰船武器。经常不洗澡会被控告下流,经常不去教堂祈祷会被控告散布谣言地球是圆的。水手也受士气影响,被海盗打败或者长时间航行不靠岸会导致士气低落,时间长了就容易引起叛变,船上如果放着大量美酒那么水手可能会悄悄喝掉一点,最后所有人都喝醉了无法出海。商品的价格都是按照城镇的库存储备和生产消耗情况进行计算的,德国人的游戏在数据上真的是非常严谨真实。

一代经典!
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0.4 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2015年11月28日
这是我小时候最早玩的PC游戏之一,然而当时并没有玩明白……

这个游戏给我的印象极其深刻,以至于直到现在我还记得其中的贸易系统,建设事务所,海战等等的细节;在后来许多年对这个游戏不时的回忆中,我甚至反而理解了其中的很多设定,然而当时并没有玩明白……

所以我必须要推荐一下这个游戏,虽然说这种类型的游戏多数人是没兴趣的,而且相当相当杀时间,不过算我一次情感推荐嘛。而且社区里已经有人给出了实现高分辨率的办法和文件,很不错啊!

记得当年接触的第一款PC游戏是《红色警戒》,也就是红警1——然后才是Cs,想想很震惊的感觉……之后玩了一段时间的Cs和联众小游戏……简直是黑历史啊……然后大概是十岁左右吧,那段时间玩了很多非常经典的游戏,记忆最深刻的就是《星际争霸》、《合金弹头》还有《三国志曹操传》,这几个真是到了现在也会想不时重温下的神作。《大航海家3》也是这段时期玩的游戏之一,所以它在我心中的地位算是非常高的,因为就这一个没玩明白……我玩的《三国志曹操传》可是《瓣B变巨肚》啊!这个梗你知道吗?知道的话请一定加我好友!就是各种乱码的情况下都能玩下去,《大航海家3》这个系统对一个缺乏耐心的少年来说果然还是过于复杂了……

咳咳,扯远了……虽然一直感觉自己晚生了十年,没有赶上那个对玩家来说最好的时代,不过也算是很幸运的了。至少十年后,我在商店里乱逛再次看到这个游戏的时候,浑身颤栗。
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0.6 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年11月9日
不能直接在 Windows 7 下跑起来. 当然, 如果你知道如何关闭 DEP , 那么还是可以运行的.

如果厂商可以修复这个问题, 我就修改为推荐.

ps. 作为一款老游戏, 10 年前还不错, 以今天的眼光看, 节奏拖沓了点.
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3,008.6 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2015年4月22日
I LOVE THIS GAME.

1739 hours played so far, loved every minute of it- and I only have 2 saved games- that is how much of a marathon this game is. Brilliant and simple in its design, you are tasked with allocating resources to make people happy. I love the visuals (the townsfolk particularly) and the ship battles, to name only a few aspects of this gem of a game. If you like civilization/city building games, this one is probably for you. There are always tons of side missions to do that you can pick up at the taverns and there is a ton of useful automation in the game (auto trading ftw). One of my favorite games of all time, so glad I picked it up for a few bucks. Watching the effect your efforts have on the landscape (cities, populations, developments) is very rewarding. LOVE THIS GAME!
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761.4 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2014年6月22日
No eye candy, this game is about playability. Simply brilliant. Calls for lots of tweaking and micro management, but not in a way a becomes tedious to do so. Just enough to give you the feeling you are doing exactly what is needed. Various levels of play make the game challenging for all levels. I think I will still be playing this in 30 years from now (when no decent successor surfaces). The best of the series, better than earlier AND later versions of Patrician. The best trading game out there to date.
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139.9 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2013年12月26日
Before buying this game you need to ask yourself what kind of gamer are you. If you're the kind who likes hours of tedious building and trading than this is a good game for you. If you like heart pumping action and need your games to excite and amaze you then this game is not for you. The beauty of Patrician 3 is in it's long term gameplay which has you slowly work your way from a humble trading shopkeeper to a master merchant. It does this through good AI, an excellent economic model, brilliant pacing, and diverse challenges. It's a game that know what it wants to do and does it better than most other economic simulation.
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35.6 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2013年11月30日
If you like business management types of games of the likes of the old Koei games such as Uncharted Waters/New Horizons, this game might be right up your alley. Action game fans... probably should look elsewhere.

Unlike Uncharted Waters, you control a whole company, safely ensconced in your corporate headquarters, while directing whole fleets of ships to run trade routes. Once you build up a set routine route, you can even just automate the route, so that the ship sails between up to around a dozen ports buying and selling the same things over and over for a profit.

The best aspect of the game, however, is how much of a subtle, but ever-growing impact you have on the world with your actions. The more you trade with a city, the more it prospers economically, the more its population rises, the more it has to trade, but the more it needs to trade to get products it doesn't manufacture, itself. Then, you can outright build a branch office in a city, build up your own personal industries, and outright control the whole city.

It's dirt cheap at sale prices, and if you have any interest in the genre at all, it's worth looking into before going into more pricey, more modern versions of the same game.
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113.8 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:2015年8月30日
So you are thinking of buying Patrician III, here are the questions you have to ask yourself.

1. Did you play Uncharted Waters on NES or SNES as a child? Did you also play Sim City? Are you German? Do you like business sims? If you answered no to at least 2 of these, Maybe not.

2. Do you like time sinks? Slightly hard learning curves? Micro managment? If you answered no this game probably isn't for you.

3. Do you love building an empire? Fighting pirates? Trading sims? Well it might just be.

If you are even reading this review then you somehow stumbled over this game and it might actually be for you, Patrician III has a steep learning curve but is a great empire building game but it is a time sink the like of which diehard WOW players can be jealous of.

Pros: You are responsible for everything that happens to you. Your empire (or failure to build one) is enirely on your shoulders. It is addictive and engrossing and gives "one more turn" a run for it's money.

Cons: It's a complicated game and actually requires you to learn things (not a con for me but maybe for you). Getting the screen ratio to work on anything past windows 98 requires googling (it works but ♥♥♥♥ if it isn't a pin in the ♥♥♥)

Epilogue: Buy it. With steams new refund policy if you cant find enjoyment within a couple hours it probably isn't the game for you. For the rest of us? We will own the Hanse.
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