The Guild 2 is the shining successor of the ultra successful medieval life sim, Europe 1400. The Guild 2 is a unique mixture of RPG and life simulation in an immersive middle ages scenario. The player and his party become part of history and can even change it in real-time. Go back to the dark middle ages and found a new dynasty!
Brugeranmeldelser: Blandede (311 anmeldelser)
Udgivelsesdato: 12. okt 2006

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The Guild 2 is the shining successor of the ultra successful medieval life sim, Europe 1400. The Guild 2 is a unique mixture of RPG and life simulation in an immersive middle ages scenario. The player and his party become part of history and can even change it in real-time.

Go back to the dark middle ages and found a new dynasty! Take care of yourself, because your opponents never sleep! Marry a beautiful wife and make new friends... control your life! Hand down your skills and your descendants will greatly appreciate it!

Key features:

  • Middle Ages come to life! Experience the end of the middle ages like you have never done before in a beautifully crafted and immersive 3D world.
  • Everything's realtime. Walk around the streets and accidentally watch an execution of a prisoner or a rich merchant being robbed by one of your opponents.
  • Keep your power growing. Be a successful merchant or a cunning thief and watch your dynasty thrive or fail and see your party and family diminish.
  • Build your own character. State-of-the-art role playing features allow you to create your own unique character and play in a party of up to 3 members with different strengths and weaknesses.

Systemkrav

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP, Vista
    • Processor: 2 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX9 capable graphics adapter with Pixelshader Model 1.1
    • DirectX®: DirectX9
    • Sound: DirectX9 capable
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® XP, Vista
    • Processor: 2.8 GHz CPU or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX9 capable graphics adapter with Pixelshader Model 2
    • DirectX®: DirectX9
    • Sound: DirectX9 capable
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20 af 27 brugere (74%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1 person fandt denne anmeldelse sjov
9.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 24. maj
Its to rough to recommend unless your willing to put up with alot of wonkyness and willing to do workarounds in the game to get stuff done.

The game itself is a definite pecularity. I can't say I have seen much if anything like this. You directly control your clan and family, but you also have RTS style building elements and upgrades. Theres also politics and courts and elections you can go through aswell.

The only problem is its not made very well. Theres alot of stuff here but not all of it works very well or is interesting. You can manage business yourself, but thats very tedious and the AI knows what its doing while even on AI control you can still manually assign business to do stuff. You can also hire thugs to do your bidding and I found the simplest way to get stuff down was to kill my competitors in the street in the middle of the day.

Just call me Machiavelli, its better for them to fear me then to love me. Better to bleed them in the street then to take them to court.

Which is unfortunate because there seems to be a decent amount of buruecracy you can do to get what you want in this game but thus far it seems more of a bother than just hitting them with your pointy bits and calling it a day.

Its alright but unfortunately its just not put together very well and can be pretty buggy. In theory its an amazing idea but the game falls a bit short of that though it still remains pretty good if you can look past issues like people switching between German and English voice actors mid court for no reason and AI just refusing to do what you tell them do forcing you do find a way to make them.

On top of that the mechanics just arn't telegraphed to the player extremely well and how things work is a bit confusing. Such as how do you get elected to a seat? Bribing people seems to not work very well and it seems random luck if you do win an election.

If you really want a city/village building game with politics and family management then this is about your only choice, its not a terrible game but it certaintly is meant to fulfill a niche and it could definetly have had more work put into it and polishing.
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5 af 6 brugere (83%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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32.7 timer bogført
Indsendt: 3. april
Started off planning to be completely upstanding member of society, run a couple forges and a mine, stay on the right side of the law. After a day of playing I had a fully functioning thieves guild with over a dozen pickpockets scattered across the cities, I'd sent a grandchild with thugs to murder an entire rival family that insulted my mine, planted my son and his wife as Captain of the Guard and Magistrate so I can legally arrest, accuse, and execute anyone that competes with my business, and was throwing a daily firebomb through my competitors window since my political status made me immune to the law.

10/10 Would be a businessman again.

This game is great! Yes it's a little buggy at times but usually just deselecting the unit and trying again is enough to get it to work. Minor gripes aside you are left with an incredibly well planned medieval life sim. You can do just about anything you want, approach it any way you want, end goal is simply to outlast the other noble families. Whether you do that by planting an identical business next to them and driving them out of business and into debt, taking them to court for every little misgrievance, taking your place as king and exiling them to another city to restart, becoming the judge and bringing down the lawhammer on their everythings, robbing their houses and trashing their wagons, simply going about your business and hoping they die out due to no sons to pass on the family name, or any number of other methods. It's a surprisingly in depth game about playing your cards right and sometimes slipping a few gold coins into the right palms to become the only noble left in the land, and 100% worth the purchace if on sale, or full price if you are really into management/sim style games.
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5.7 timer bogført
Indsendt: 2. februar
Just a terrific game overall, I enjoyed the original and this sequel is quite a good following. I enjoy intricate games of management and this game delivers well.
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2.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 2. februar
I don't get the appeal.

I mean, I get it at first glance. TG2 presents itself as CK2 minus the strategic gameplay, with more of a focus on the characters themselves. That's pretty cool, right? Being able to forge a strong dynasty, play the political game, rise to power, govern a fiefdom, all while taking care of the day-to-day activities of medieval life. Who wouldn't want to play something like that?

Well, that's not what you get. For $10.99, you get a glorified city management game that plays like it was designed for mobile devices. You know all those terrible cash grabs you find in the app store? The ones where you click on some materials, click on a building, and are awarded gold and a big neon CONGRATULATIONS sign? That's essentially the gameplay you're paying for with TG2.

Sure, you can construct buildings, but that's essentially a matter of having enough gold and clicking on a large enough empty plot. Sure, you can get married, but the relationship system makes DA:Os look positively lifelike. Sure you can design your character, if you're happy with choosing from five beards, six hairstyles, and a couple of skin tones (rough estimates, not actual numbers).

I know this review sounds harsh, and I know I'm using some pretty strong rhetoric here. However, when you listen to how 4Head describes their product ("the shining successor of the ultra successful medieval life sim...", "State-of-the-art role playing features...", "a beautifully crafted and immersive 3D world...", etc.) and read the significant number of positive reviews on the store page, the objective and experienced gamer can't help but feel a little misled.
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15.4 timer bogført
Indsendt: 1. marts
This is a great game, a bit complicated so I do recommend going through the tutorial to avoid some frustration. If you're debating between this and the Sims Medieval, go with Guild II, it is faaaaaaar better made, with realistic simulation of dynasty compared to the paltry 'take a walk in forest and click dialogue options' offering of SM. The graphics are a bit dated now, but they still look good for this kind of game.
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