Stronghold HD è l'originale simulatore di castelli che ti permette di progettare, costruire e distruggere dei castelli medievali. Inizia una guerra contro i personaggi IA in una delle due campagne per giocatore singolo o gioca delle partite multiplayer online contro massimo 8 giocatori.
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Molto positiva (30 recensioni) - 90% delle 30 recensioni degli utenti pubblicate negli ultimi 30 giorni sono positive.
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Data di rilascio: 19 ott 2001

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25 aprile

New Language Support

Brazilian Portuguese Now Available!

For the first time ever our updated HD version of the original Stronghold (2001) is now available with full BR-PT language support:

  • On-screen text, subtitles and sound.
  • Over 1000 lines of spoken dialogue and 1.5 hours of new audio.
  • Hear your favorite characters insult you in your native tongue!
  • A first for Stronghold HD.

As with the release of the original HD update in late 2012, this new language is free for all existing owners of the game. To change the game language for Stronghold HD on Steam please follow these instructions:

  1. Log into your Steam account.
  2. Right click on a game from the Steam game library and choose Properties.
  3. Go to the Language tab.
  4. Select the language you wish to use from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click OK.

Please Note - Files for this language may need to be downloaded before you can play.

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Informazioni sul gioco

L’originale ‘Simulatore di vita di corte’, Stronghold HD ti permette di progettare, costruire e distrugere castelli storici. Impegnati in una guerra medievale contro i nemici IA in campagne per uno o due giocatori o campagne online a cui possono partecipare fino ad 8 giocatori.

La storia

Con 21 missioni per mettere alla prova il tuo carattere e quattro lord ribelli da sconfiggere, sta a te riunire l’Inghilterra medievale e riconquistare le tue terre occupate dagli infidi signori Ratto, Maiale, Serpente e Lupo. Le missioni variano da difenderti da assedi ed impossessarti di castelli nemici ad accumulare denaro e tenerti alla larga da attacchi nemici. Inoltre è inclusa una campagna economica dettagliata, che richiede ai giocatori di raccogliere risorse e costruire armi in un tempo limitato.

Edizione HD

Con la nuova grafica ad alta risoluzione tu hai molto più controllo di prima sui tuoi soldati. La nuova panoramica in HD sul campo di battaglia ti permette di ampliare la visuale e giocare in tempo reale, con tutta la mappa in un’unica schermata. Avanza fino all’ingresso del castello mentre impegni il nemico in una battaglia sull’altro lato del castello, fingi una ritirata e spingi il tuo nemico in una trappola mortale o stai indietro e guarda mentre avviene la distruzione.

Caratteristiche
  • Prendi parte alle battaglie dell’Inghilterra medievale mentre fai ritirare le forze del malvagio Lupo.
  • Progetta e costruisci il tuo castello, con un’economia funzionante ed aree di sterminio brutale.
  • Combatti in 21 missioni basate su storie diverse, difendendoti da attacchi nemici e dominandoli.
  • Assedia famosi castelli storici in modalità di gioco uniche come “Assedia quello!” o crea il nucleo dei tuoi possedimenti in una campagna economica senza guerre.
  • La grafica ad alta risoluzione ti permette di vedere tutta la mappa in un solo schermo.
  • Si può utilizzare Steam Clouds per i giochi salvati.
  • Aggiornato per Windows XP, Vista, 7 e compatibile con Windows 8.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    • Processor: 1.6GHz equivalent Intel or AMD processor
    • Memory: 512MB RAM
    • Video: 64MB video card with hardware Transform & Lighting
    • Hard Drive: 2.5GB uncompressed free space
    • Sound: DirectX 7 compatible sound card or higher
    • Direct X: DirectX 9.0c (included) or higher
    • Multiplayer: GameRanger software will be installed for mutiplayer matchmaking support
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Sven
( 0.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 29 giugno
Wood needed.
cepanius
( 29.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 giugno
nostalgy is strong with this one :)
if you are intrested in stronghold series buy this one and crusader (not second one) maybe stronghold 2 but crusader 2 and stronghold 3 are not good. im not sure if stronghold legends is on steam too but if it is i recomend it aswell
damianking122
( 7.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 giugno
Fun but know one plays multiplayer if u do and see this hit me up send me friend request
Rico
( 10.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 giugno
Good strategic game. Nice maps, awesome characters and good army characters and the economics system, You may build your own castle and create your own Lord in charge of you army :)
Just check yourself in the medieval universum :)
Be the Winner or the Loser of big medieval war :)
KmDus
( 10.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 giugno
my all time favorite real time strategy game
TheReakingDead
( 8.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 giugno
This is a great game however it does not allow the skirmish mode which means you are only left with singleplayer and multiplayer and if you are like me then multiplayer is really not my thing for this type of game. This is a great game but there is little to no replay therefor the game only gets 6/10
Audish
( 8.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 giugno
It's strange that there aren't more castle-builder games out there. It's the thing that literally everyone who goes to the beach or gets in the vicinity of building blocks does, after all. But even after 15 years, we really just have the Stronghold series to fall back on. I've been looking at a lot of classic builder games lately and many don't hold up well at all anymore, but I have to say that the original Stronghold managed to surprise me.

As you've probably gathered, Stronghold puts you under the heavy brow of a king in command of a castle. Arranged much like an isometric real-time strategy game like Command & Conquer, most maps start you off on an undeveloped piece of land on which to place your keep and granary, and then fill in the buildings and walls from there. The maps are fake 3D, which is to say they're 2D tiles placed at elevations to give the illusion of 3D, but they work better than the imperceptible voxel messes of early Tropico games.

The development of your castle is a pretty interesting balance of peasants and resources. You have a respect rating with your people, and as long as it's positive new peasants will come to your keep to work for you. They'll man the buildings you construct, from woodcutter sheds to apple orchards to blacksmith shops, and produce the raw materials you need to build and trade. As long as you keep up with their needs for food and shelter, your castle can continue to expand into a sort of walled town, complete with social edifices like churches and taverns and little decorations like flower beds.

Your people also need security, which is what the walls and barracks and blacksmiths are for. Stronghold doesn't just look like an RTS, it plays like one too. Depending on the scenario you might have to fend off wolves or bandits on the regular, or you might be scrambling to build an impenetrable castle before a siege-ready army arrives. Fielding your army is as simple as producing their weapons and churning them out of the barracks, but commanding them can be a bit touchy as it often is in older games like this. The lack of detailed commands almost makes the game play like a tower defense, watching the enemies stream in from marked paths and positioning your own troops as effectively as possible on your towers and at your gates.

There are two full campaigns to conquer, along with numerous single missions and an open-ended Siege mode. The military campaign features an entertainingly British story of betrayal and intrigue, and missions that have you both building castles to withstand sieges and besieging other castles. The economic campaign is much thinner on story and challenges you to produce certain goods under not exactly ideal circumstances. The HD upgrade the game got awhile back makes the visuals quite crisp and pleasing, and the sound design benefits from some excellent voice acting, detailed sound effects, and a terribly appropriate soundtrack. In the end it's not such a bad thing that there haven't been so many castle-builders in the last decade, because Stronghold still stands as an excellent execution of the concept.
tieio
( 1.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 13 giugno
Nope. I really only liked Crusader, the rest are garbage to me.
ZaidusRecon
( 3.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 8 giugno
Excellent castle builder, good detail, gameplay can be slow at times. Just like those mobile games, seeing your kingdom slowly progress can be captivating, so I generally choose to not go with these kinds of games. I want intense gameplay, requiring skill and speed.

Still, this game is probably the best of its category. At least, from what I've experienced. Not that I've experienced much in this category, for the reasons above.
Miz
( 20.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 giugno
Horrible "narrative" experience, but it hasa very humorous English feel to it. More Monty Python than Game of Thrones of course.

This is a genuinely different take on the RTS genre. It's sort of a supply chain simulator + tower defense game + rts game.

You will mostly be making sure your inputs and outputs are efficient in your base area, and building defenses so that the enemy raids don't crush you.

The actual attacking part of the game plays a lot like any RTS from this era, and it's almost always the least interesting part of your time with this game.

Also keep in mind that none of this is abstracted. You will actually see the peasant walk from the dairy farm to the place where the food is dumped. If you put the food place (granary) to far away it could have an impact on your army economically. Maximizing your supply chain is *required* for victory on the normal difficulty in this game.

Yet

This focus on economy and tower defense means that this game is SLOOOOOOOOOW paced. You will spend the first 20 (real time ) minutes getting your supply chain worked out.

The A.I may then throw some weapon at you that you were not prepared for and your walls will be punctured and it's basically game over as they wreck your carefully tinkered economy.

You need a lot of time to beat this game on even a normal difficulty.

Great value game and also a gameplay idea that you don't normally see. The closest approximation would be the iphone typeof base builder games. But this is much more complex and isn't built with any of the fee-2-play mechanics. Also this game came out waaaaaaaaay before smartphones.
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26 persone su 28 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
8.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 giugno
It's strange that there aren't more castle-builder games out there. It's the thing that literally everyone who goes to the beach or gets in the vicinity of building blocks does, after all. But even after 15 years, we really just have the Stronghold series to fall back on. I've been looking at a lot of classic builder games lately and many don't hold up well at all anymore, but I have to say that the original Stronghold managed to surprise me.

As you've probably gathered, Stronghold puts you under the heavy brow of a king in command of a castle. Arranged much like an isometric real-time strategy game like Command & Conquer, most maps start you off on an undeveloped piece of land on which to place your keep and granary, and then fill in the buildings and walls from there. The maps are fake 3D, which is to say they're 2D tiles placed at elevations to give the illusion of 3D, but they work better than the imperceptible voxel messes of early Tropico games.

The development of your castle is a pretty interesting balance of peasants and resources. You have a respect rating with your people, and as long as it's positive new peasants will come to your keep to work for you. They'll man the buildings you construct, from woodcutter sheds to apple orchards to blacksmith shops, and produce the raw materials you need to build and trade. As long as you keep up with their needs for food and shelter, your castle can continue to expand into a sort of walled town, complete with social edifices like churches and taverns and little decorations like flower beds.

Your people also need security, which is what the walls and barracks and blacksmiths are for. Stronghold doesn't just look like an RTS, it plays like one too. Depending on the scenario you might have to fend off wolves or bandits on the regular, or you might be scrambling to build an impenetrable castle before a siege-ready army arrives. Fielding your army is as simple as producing their weapons and churning them out of the barracks, but commanding them can be a bit touchy as it often is in older games like this. The lack of detailed commands almost makes the game play like a tower defense, watching the enemies stream in from marked paths and positioning your own troops as effectively as possible on your towers and at your gates.

There are two full campaigns to conquer, along with numerous single missions and an open-ended Siege mode. The military campaign features an entertainingly British story of betrayal and intrigue, and missions that have you both building castles to withstand sieges and besieging other castles. The economic campaign is much thinner on story and challenges you to produce certain goods under not exactly ideal circumstances. The HD upgrade the game got awhile back makes the visuals quite crisp and pleasing, and the sound design benefits from some excellent voice acting, detailed sound effects, and a terribly appropriate soundtrack. In the end it's not such a bad thing that there haven't been so many castle-builders in the last decade, because Stronghold still stands as an excellent execution of the concept.
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8.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 giugno
This is a great game however it does not allow the skirmish mode which means you are only left with singleplayer and multiplayer and if you are like me then multiplayer is really not my thing for this type of game. This is a great game but there is little to no replay therefor the game only gets 6/10
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3.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 giugno
Excellent castle builder, good detail, gameplay can be slow at times. Just like those mobile games, seeing your kingdom slowly progress can be captivating, so I generally choose to not go with these kinds of games. I want intense gameplay, requiring skill and speed.

Still, this game is probably the best of its category. At least, from what I've experienced. Not that I've experienced much in this category, for the reasons above.
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1 persone su 2 (50%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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10.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 22 giugno
Good strategic game. Nice maps, awesome characters and good army characters and the economics system, You may build your own castle and create your own Lord in charge of you army :)
Just check yourself in the medieval universum :)
Be the Winner or the Loser of big medieval war :)
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13 persone su 13 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
21.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 11 febbraio
12 anni fa mi venne regalato Stronghold Crusader, da allora Bessy, la mucca appestata volante, ha abitato il mio cuore.

In StrongholdHd mi pare non ci sia nulla di hd, sembra sia semplicemente stato adattato alle risoluzioni moderne, ma poco importa, perché Stronghold non sente per nulla il peso degli anni: le animazioni e le musiche restano ottime, e il gameplay è un misto di gestionale e strategico (talvolta, per la specificità delle unità militari e degli strumenti per la difessa del castello, sembra strizzare l'occhio ai tower defence), fresco perché inimitato e molto ben bilanciato.
La campagna è molto carina e qualche missione è veramente ardua; ogni missione è da affrontare con nuove tecnologie, edifici, o unità, purtroppo l'ia non sfoggia alcuna strategia, cerca solo di sommergere di uomini l'avversario, ma nonostante questo sono 21 missioni che volano.

Il panorama degli rts è sempre più arido: ne escono sempre meno, e in grandissima parte sono cloni di age2/starcraft, un paradigma inflazionato e un po' farraginoso; stronghold è un'alternativa che 15anni dopo la sua uscita stupisce per la freschezza del gameplay.
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Consigliato
9.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 19 aprile
Come posso recensire la mia infanzia?
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9 persone su 10 (90%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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4.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 dicembre 2014
la nostalgia
fa male
ahia
plz
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7 persone su 8 (88%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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4.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 giugno 2014
"Serve del legname.. Il Legname non basta Sire.. SERVE PIU' LEGNAME!" Frasi EPICHE!xD

Bellissimo gioco.. una pietra miliare! L'unica pecca e che l'ho comprato quache giorno fa a 5 euro.. ora costa 1,31.. mi sento truffato!xD
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5.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 luglio 2014
Le tasse sono un po' troppo alte.
Non posso pagare tutti questi soldi!
Vi prego sire, ho una famiglia da mantenere.

Cosa significa "Niente cibo"?
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Consigliato
13.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 gennaio
Ci gioco da quando è uscito anni e anni fa. Ottimo gioco strategico, soprattutto con la nuova grafica HD
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