Seit Jahrhunderten wurde Europa von der Kirche und dem Adelsstand dominiert. Die Diener Gottes und die adligen Familien hielten ihre Macht und den Reichtum auf Kosten des gemeinen Volkes für gerechtfertigt. Es war die unwiderlegbare göttliche Weltordnung in einer wahrlich dunklen Zeit… Aber im 14.
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Veröffentlichung: 28. Juli 2010

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Stand-Alone version, The Guild II or any of its add-ons are not required to play this game.

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Enthält 4 Artikel: The Guild Gold Edition, The Guild II, The Guild II - Pirates of the European Seas, The Guild II Renaissance

 

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"Like games where you run a medeival business? Me neither... Yet this game is incredibly addictive and really fun to play! Play it, It's fun, Obviously."

Über dieses Spiel

Seit Jahrhunderten wurde Europa von der Kirche und dem Adelsstand dominiert. Die Diener Gottes und die adligen Familien hielten ihre Macht und den Reichtum auf Kosten des gemeinen Volkes für gerechtfertigt. Es war die unwiderlegbare göttliche Weltordnung in einer wahrlich dunklen Zeit…

Aber im 14. Jahrhundert fängt die bisherige Weltordnung plötzlich zu schwanken an. Dank des Handelsverkehrs gelangt eine wachsende Mittelklasse zu immer mehr Macht und Reichtum. Ganze Städte erkaufen sich ihre Freiheit und Sonderrechte von der Adelsschicht. Lesen und Schreiben ist durch die Erfindung des Buchdrucks nicht mehr exklusiv für den Adel und den Klerus verfügbar. Dies ist der Beginn der Renaissance...

Eigenschaften:

  • 8 brandneue Berufe: Söldner, Totengräber, Steinmetz, Gaukler, Gastwirt, Bankier, Müller und Obstanbauer
  • Neue Güter, Gebäude, Außendetails und andere Effekte
  • Neue Szenarien ("Transsylvanien", "Das Rheinland" und "Die Alpen") & größere Weltkarten
  • Bessere KI, ein weiterentwickeltes Titelsystem für den Adel sowie neue Optionen (z.B. “Maßnahmen Gottes”, Schwierigkeitslevel und vieles mehr)

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:

    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP, Vista
    • Prozessor: 2 GHz Prozessor
    • Speicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX9 Grafikkarte mit Pixelshader 1.1
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0
    • Festplatte: 3.5 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 kompatible Soundkarte

    Empfohlen:

    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP, Vista
    • Prozessor: 2.8 GHz Prozessor oder besser
    • Speicher: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: DirectX9 Grafikkarte mit Pixelshader 2
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0
    • Festplatte: 3.5 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 kompatible Soundkarte
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
25.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Juli
Die Gilde 2 ist einfach der beste Teil aus der Gilden-Reihe. Absolute Kaufempfehlung für Leute die auf dieses Genre stehen. Die Hoffnung auf einen Nachfolger ist natürlich verdammt groß!
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4 von 7 Personen (57%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
173.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Februar
Alles in allem - ein gelungenes PC Spiel. Aber nur bedingt Empfehlenswert! Negativ ist, das auf Karten ohne Fisch (Lachs und Hering), keine Warenlieferungen mit Fisch, durch die Gilde vorhanden sind. Das muss unbedingt nachgebessert werden! Einige Waren sind ohne Fisch nämlich nicht zu produzieren. Und es gibt ein Speicherproblem: Das PC Spiel stürzt öfter mal beim automatischen Speichern ab, speichert Spielstände falsch ab und Spielstände verschwinden. (Stand vom 13. Februar 2015)

Mein Tipp: Mittlere Maustaste ist: Kamera drehen.
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48 von 51 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
68.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Januar
This is one of the best games I have ever played in my life, and at the same time one of the worst. How? Bugs. I am recommending this game now because it has, miraculously, been granted a new patch (which you have to set the game to beta to get through Steam, fyi) which I am hearing good things about.

The old bugs, which may still exist -- I'm not sure yet -- were as follows:
#1 - Multiplayer NEVER worked. Even if you connected through Hamachi (the only way to get multiplayer to even connect) the game would desync after 20 ish minutes and your saves would be corrupted so you couldn't even reload and continue. This game is so amazing for multiplayer and this is just a big kick in the gaming nuts.

#2 - There are a lot of smaller game breaking bugs...too numerous to mention. I can give some examples. One time, nobody ever seemed to progress in the political field. Sometimes your characters get jammed and won't move. Sometimes you save the game and it gets corrupted and you lose everything. Just weird things that should work just...don't...and it's hard to predict and once it happens you can't just 'reload' to get around it. That being said, I have played through games that were 8+ hours long before getting screwed by one of these bugs (provided you are playing in single player).

But this game is fantastic if these bugs are fixed.

For one, this game is a mish mash of a bunch of different games. In this game you control your 'family' starting with one guy. It's very RPGish in the sense that each of your family members can level up and apply points to various skills. You can make them better at combat, better at working, better at politicking, etc.

You can get married, have babies, and then once they grow up you can control them and expand your dynasty. The buildings you own get transfered down the generations so your hard work with your first guy isn't lost when he dies of old age (or disease, or murder, or getting thrown in jail forever).

There are different sized maps but generally a map consits of one to three cities of various size. Each city has their own town hall with their own political arena. You can get elected and then move up towards mayor -- each office you can be elected into has different special powers that can be used to improve your family, or hurt others that are in your way. For example, you can banish someone from a city, or throw them in jail, or cause them to lose one of their buildings, etc.

There is a court house and 'law' as well. If you witness someone comitting a crime you gain the ability to testify in court with evidence against them. If you don't like them, you can charge them with a crime and then try to beat them in court. While you can sway the courts with your political favours, the more evidence against you makes this harder so blatently breaking the law or fighting people in town is going to brand you an outlaw and probably killed by the guards or thrown in jail if you comply.

There are four major classes and as you marry and have kids you can train them into different classes so that EVENTUALLY you can access every type of building in the game -- but basically, your character(s) each get to be trained in one of the four classes. One is a kind of farmer, one is a scholar that can get hospitals and such, one is a blacksmith type character that can make weapons and tools, and one is a thief that can create thieves guilds and other buildings that set up traps to rob people transporting goods.

The game also has a free market and prices rise and fall depending on how much of what is being sold. In fact, if one item is sold a lot in one of the cities and not in the other, you can make money by transporting from one city to the other -- provided you have enough muscle to protect your cargo from any thieves setting up on the roads.

Your houses can train guards which you can use as personal muscle, even to overpower actual city guards, or to plot assasination attempts on powerful members of opposing dynasties.

The controls can be a little confusing -- there's a lot of menus you have to learn to use to be able to quickly identify who is who in the city -- but it can all be done.

When you do build up your financial empire, you typically want to build one of every building and supply your buildings with your own productions. You'll get a mine, and refine the ore for your blacksmith who will make the weapons to sell or use, etc.

Some routes are a lot easier to start with than others. I recall that being a farmer won't make you rich, but it's pretty easy to make money with cows. Blacksmiths are very useful but they're hard to make enough money from early on.

And I was never good with thieves, but they can be very powerful later on by preventing other players from trading and leaving all the profit to your dynasty only.

The game is very deep and for that reason you can get lost playing this game for days. In all honesty, if this game had fixed all of its bugs I would have ranked it one of the best games I've ever played.

I am hopeful that this patch has fixed a lot of the bugs and if that's so, I'll probably leave this recommendation as positive. Otherwise, I'll probably remove it or make it negative. Stay tuned!

This is a fantastic sandbox game and really unique.
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30 von 33 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
44.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Januar
I was once having a peace talk in my gabled house with two rogues, when suddenly, a town guard walked up and shot one of them before promptly leaving and never being seen again.

10/10.
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29 von 33 Personen (88%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
56.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Mai
In 1400 A.D. I was no one
In 1401 A.D. I was a low office holder
In 1402 A.D. I got married
In 1403 A.D. I got a child (thank god a boy)
In 1404 A.D. Life was good
In 1405 A.D. I build a mine
In 1406 A.D. I was rich
In 1407 A.D. My wife got kidnapped
In 1408 A.D. I killed the kidnapper
in 1409 A.D. My wife bore a girl, so I killed her
In 1410 A.D. I got sued for killing my wife
In 1411 A.D. In court everyone started talking German
In 1412 A.D. I got frustrated and killed those who spoke German
In 1413 A.D. I was no more

Best 7 hours of my life.
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