Carefully guide your nation from the era of absolute monarchies in the early 19th century, through expansion, colonization and social upheaval, to emerge as one of the great world powers by the dawn of the 20th century in Victoria Complete.
Data de lançamento: 20 Ago 2010

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$9.99

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Comprar Victoria Collection

Inclui 11 itens: Victoria II, Victoria I Complete, Victoria II: Interwar Spritepack, Victoria II: Interwar Artillery Sprite Pack, Victoria II: Interwar Planes Sprite Pack, Victoria II: A House Divided, Victoria II: A House Divided - American Civil War Spritepack, Victoria II: Heart of Darkness, Victoria II: Songs of the Civil War, Victoria II: German Unit Pack, Victoria II: Interwar Engineer Unit

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Carefully guide your nation from the era of absolute monarchies in the early 19th century, through expansion, colonization and social upheaval, to emerge as one of the great world powers by the dawn of the 20th century in Victoria Complete. Gather the wealth and strength required to stay ahead of your enemies, gain invaluable prestige and honor, and reform the nation into a free democracy. Or, drive your people down the grim road of tyranny, corruption, and anarchy...

Experience an in-depth political simulation where every action you take will have various consequences all over the world. The collection focuses on six different aspects of governing a nation: Diplomacy, Warfare, Economy & Industrialization, Colonization, Technological Research and Politics. The main game is hailed as the ultimate World Domination and Empire-Building simulation and allows continuation of the game in “Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday”.

Features:

  • Historical and Dynamic missions guiding your country through history
  • Advanced tech tree covering the entire period including the Interwar period
  • Experience a global map with more than 2800 provinces
  • A military system linked with the player's policy decisions
  • Deep engrossing political simulation and detailed economic system
  • Multiplayer with up to 32 players
  • A Doomsday converter with possibility to export a save game at the end of the game into Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday VICTORIA is all about recreating world history according to your wishes. While the game strives to simulate the unique conditions and prerequisites of the time period as closely as possible, it leave all the decision-making to you, the player.
  • Developed by the team behind Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron.
  • Play any country from the time period.
  • Play multiplayer with up to 32 players in LAN or over the Internet.
  • More than 2 hours of quality recordings of music from the period.
  • This real-time game can be set to pause at any given point or event, allowing players to plan and strategize in a "semi real-time" environment.
  • Set on a global map with more than 2800 provinces and sea zones

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows 98SE / 2000 / XP (Does not support Vista / Windows 7 / ME)
    • Processor: Pentium III 450 MHz
    • Memory: 128 Mb RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 600 MB Free Hard Drive Space
    • Video Card: 4 Mb Video Card DirectX Compatible
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible
    • CD ROM: DirectX 9 or higher
    • Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers
    • Special multiplayer requirements: Internet Connection for multiplayer
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5 de 6 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
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100.7 hrs em registo
I have to say, this isn't an easy game, it is also quite time consuming (time literally flies when you are playing) but when you start winning it is highly rewarding (kinda the way Demon's Souls and Dark Souls are). It is made in order to make difficult for the player to prevent the history repeating over again (or going worse for the country you are playing with).

While instructions would be nice, the internet is vast and has quite a few explanations and tutorials.

Yeah, it's an old game, graphics are not impressive at all, but really, who cares? it's not the point of this game. Also as your processor doesn't work much, you can play quite a few hours on your laptop before running out of battery, which is nice.

I totally recommend it, it's worth every dollar and you get tons of hours of gameplay due to it's almost infinite replayability.

Only advice: don't get frustrated if you get your ♥♥♥ kicked several times, you'll learn more and more each time.
Publicada: 23 abril 2014
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
31 produtos na conta
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193.1 hrs em registo
Insanely detailed game, very addictive.
Publicada: 23 junho 2014
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The UI is a little confusing, but it is still a good game
Publicada: 18 julho 2014
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1 de 3 pessoas (33%) acharam esta análise útil
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56.0 hrs em registo
Probably my favorite game, the combat system is really well done and managing populations is fun.
Publicada: 28 junho 2014
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No reason to get this game beyond wanting a complete set of something. If you enjoy games like this, get Victoria 2. Some of the worst aspects of Victoria 1 are fixed in that game, and it is similar enough that you will not gain much by playing Victoria 1. Personally I bought it because I enjoy Victoria 2 so much I wanted to see #1 and compare it. I have no regrets.
Publicada: 27 Mai 2014
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Victoria 1 complete is a game which I only aquired through the Victoria bundle and was not the reason for which I choose to buy the bundle. However since buying this game I am happy to say it was not a waste of time or money to do so. The first thing I would like to point out is the fact this game is not ment for the casual gamer there is deep stratagy involved within, economically and also in the combat system.

A strong feature of this particular game is the combat system it is complex however simple to grasp at base level for a better understanding some games will have to be played, or articles and tutorials will have to be delved into. However don't depend upon your militaristic skills for global domination the game might have a few nasty suprises in store for 'badboys' as it is known in game. The greatness of this game is that econimic management can be done quickly if required but fine tuneing is applicable whenever you are not amist a conquest so there is allways something to do.

However I will admit that the diplomacy compared to Victoria 2 is much weaker and not as intresting to undergo and power difficult to obtain through the system in place, also some may find the graphics ugly and old fasioned which they are but I assure you you will get used to them and find a unique appeal if you give it time.

The ability to play as any nation in the world across 4 diffrent starting points adds a lot of replayabilty into this game from either remaining a global power or starting from scratch and building a new economic and military superpower for the world to fear.

Militarist or economist? New or old power? The world can be your oyster but can you make it?
Publicada: 2 dezembro 2013
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