¡Ahora disponible para PC y Mac! Stronghold 3 Gold llega con la nueva campaña de 5 misiones para un jugador Blackstaff y asedios históricos adicionales.
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3 de mayo

Stronghold 3 Steam Trading Cards

Steam Trading Cards are now available for the Stronghold 3 players. You can now collect and trade with your friends 9 Trading Cards representing different characters from the game, 5 Backgrounds with amazing in-game sightings and 5 emoticons to express anger or amusement using faces of different characters such as the Boy or Pig.

After you collect all 9 Trading Cards, you will be rewarded with a Badge. The badges are the heads of different Stronghold 3 lords, such as The Jackal, The Wolf, The Princess and so on. To collect the cards you must play the game. Show everyone the true strength of a true Stronghold 3 player!

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Stronghold 3 Gold - 11 new maps now available!

Stronghold 3 Gold now includes 11 new PC maps created by community users, including: 3 Siege Maps, 2 Freebuild Maps and 6 Multiplayer Maps.

Available for PC, Mac & Linux, Stronghold 3 Gold contains the Blackstaff 5 mission single player campaign and bonus Historical Sieges.

Set during the events of Stronghold 3’s military story, the Blackstaff campaign follows Thomas Blackstaff as he hunts down the three escaped sons of The Rat. Travel across the sea to Greyshore Island to battle the Evil Brotherhood.

Bigger than ever before, the world’s favorite castle sim now contains 3 core campaigns (including the new Blackstaff Campaign), 4 multiplayer modes (including the new Coronation mode), a free build sandbox mode and 12 historical sieges.

Acerca de este juego

Stronghold 3 es la largamente esperada tercera entrega de la galardonada saga de construcción de castillos. 10 años después de la historia original, el Lobo según parece ha burlado a la muerte y durante su dolorosa recuperación se ha vuelto aún más resentido y retorcido. Ahora busca venganza. Saqueando villas y pueblos al caer la noche, el Lobo ha generado una oleada de pánico y tú y tus aliados sois la única fuerza que le hace frente. En esta sensacional puesta a punto del simulador de castillos preferido por todo el mundo, ¿triunfarás de día o morirás por la noche?

Características principales:

  • Construye y gestiona imponentes castillos con un sistema de construcción mejorado que permite niveles de realismo y complejidad sin precedentes
  • Una física realista y gráficos de última generación permiten unas batallas y asedios más brutales que nunca
  • Observa cómo tu aldea se llena de vida en esta increíble representación de la vida medieval
  • Una mecánica de juego guiada por la historia sumerge al jugador a través de dos campañas: bélica o económica
  • Dramáticos asedios nocturnos añaden una nueva dimensión a la franquicia Stronghold
  • Sitia los castillos de otros jugadores o defiende el tuyo en varios modos multijugador online llenos de acción
  • Ataca o defiende castillos cuidadosamente recreados desde las páginas de la historia. ¿Lograrás triunfar donde otros han fracasado?

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows® XP SP3 / Windows Vista® SP2 / Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 2.0 GHz
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: ATI HD2600 XT con 256 MB o superior, nVidia 7900 GS con 256 MB o superior
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 5 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows® Vista SP2 / Windows® 7
    • Procesador: Quad Core a 1.8 GHz
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Familia ATI 4800 con 512 MB de VRAM o superior, familia nVidia 9800 con 512 MB de VRAM o superior
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 5 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX 9.0c
    • SO: 10.6.8 y posteriores
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.4 GHz (Dual Core). Quad Core recomendado
    • Memoria: 4 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Radeon HD2600 / GeForce 8600 con 512 MB de VRAM o superior
    • Adicional: Ratón de dos botones
    • Gráficas Soportadas: nVidia GeForce® 8600, 8800, 9600M, GT 120, 320M. ATI Radeon HD 2600, HD 3870, HD 4670, HD 4850, HD 5670, HD 5750
    • OS: Linux, Ubuntu 14.10, Mint 17 supported
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core) Quad Core Recommended CPU Speed: 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 8 GB
    • Video Card: OpenGL 2.1 capable card, nvidia and fglrx supported
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I'm sure there are already enough negative comments to ward off even the stupidest buyer but I'm going to add mine anyway because leaving a negative comment is the only enjoyment I get from this game.

The initial release of Stronghold 3 may be the most shameful act in gaming history. If this were Japan, the staff of Firefly would be honor bound to commit Hari-Kari.

Like so many others I have been with the Stronghold Series from the start; absolutely one of my favorites until...Stronghold 3. It was more than a slap in the face to fans of the series. It was an insult to the entire gaming community.

It was months late from its expected arrival. Each delay accompanied by an assurance they were refining the game. What they were doing was hurriedly hacking together a cheap revised version of SH2. Even though the "frankenstein" they had created still lacked life, they released it upon the world, in time for the Christmas market.

Thanks to trusting fans and unwary buyers the game went gold immediately. The scheme had worked perfectly. They dangled it front of us with a lot of hype [lies], made a fortune in initial sales, delivered a bonified POC, figuring to patch the monster together in the following months. And then failed to deliver on that as well.

Here's an example of the refinements they were making. I call it, Mission: Impossible
One of the first missions is to defend the town from wolf attacks. I built 2 wooden towers with ladder access, put archers in them to intercept the wolves and reduce their numbers as they approached the town. The wolves came, climbed the ladders into the towers and killed my archers. Any playtesting at all could not miss this.

If releasing this abomination upon a trusting fan base wasn't despicable enough; consider how they treated the foreign markets. The Chinese were sold a retail copy that could not be converted to a Steam account. That meant they had no access to any patches except if a kind soul posted a cracked version somewhere. Let me say it again. They sold the Chinese unplayable versions of the game with no support. Anything for a buck.

I don't care what excuse they give for their actions. They cheated me. They cheated the world. And there's been no retribution for the crime. Firefly is dead to me. I don't look at anything that has their logo on it. There's plenty of new, respectable talent and castle building games are coming on all the time.
Firefly should stick to games about organized crime anyway. That's where their true talent lies.
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I was gifted this game.. That person is no longer my friend.
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Summary - THERE IS NO CUSTOM SKIRMISH WITH AI

The above title is all you really need to know. This was the first game of the downfall of the brilliant Firefly Studios Stronghold serious. This game lacks content, and is the slowest and most boring Stronghold I've ever played. I have played every stronghold that has come out apart from the newest Stronghold Crusader 2. This game does not have a Custom Skrimish mode, the economic campaign has about an hour-long playthrough and the rest of the campaigns I didn't even bother to try to finish with.

The Good -

The only merit this game has is the Free Build, and you have to download the map editor to this game SEPARATELY. The graphics look nice and polished, the lighting is decent and that's about it.

The Bad -

Simply put, this game is half-♥♥♥♥♥. The music, the voices, the buildings and even some of the characters are ripped from the other strongholds. The largest map in Stronghold 2 is the smallest map you can make in Stronghold Crusader (I'm dead serious). The game sucks your PCs performance despite there being 1/100 of the amount of stuff to process compared to the Total War games. MULTIPLAYER LOBBYS ARE DEAD.

RATING: 4/10
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Negitive;
This game is a complete combat overhaul away from being decent. It is NOT worth the steep price.
It is also very frustrating to figure out since the tutorial does not even cover the MOST BASIC things, like unit stances and how to rotate placeable builings and camera controls. (Or anything at all really)
I spent more time on google/youtube trying to figure out basic things. It took a really long time to get comfortable with the user interface. The honor system is simply dumb and not explained at all in-game.
I have seen no map builer, this is something that is either missing or I just can't find it. This was one thing I expected to see in a castle builder game.
The free-play is very limited and it seems to only give close to infinit building materials... So if you want to build a castle from basic starting goods, your forced to play the even more limited campaign missions.

Somewhat positive;
Still, I play the economic missions when I'm bored of other games.
If you have a LOT of time and patients to figure stuff out, and don't expect much compared to the older, better stronghold games, it might be worth a try. But the price is very steep for what you get. Maybe if the price goes down?
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I'm writing this three years after launch.

Don't be fooled by the frequent discounts, there's a reason this game is *always* on sale:

STRONGHOLD 3 IS CRAP.

Even if they were giving it away, it would still not be worth the download. It's a messy, buggy resource hog.

In my first experience, the game would freeze for 10 seconds every minute or so. I endured that BS for ten minutes and then it crashed.

Most of the three hours I got out of this game were spent in the map editor. None of the maps I made could be played.

I've made a large map exactly the same way I used to do in SH2. It failed to load.
I've reduced the large map to a single castle with a few trees around it. No enemies, no animals, not even a river. It failed to load as well.
I was able to load a medium custom map but the game would keep freezing over and over, making it unplayable.

I couldn't even play the campaign. As the "game" was only taking space in my HDD, I uninstalled it.

Even if you're into games that crash often and slow down to a crawl for no apparent reason when you're running it on a machine that's WAY above the recommended specs, there's a lot of better options out there.

Even if you're a die-hard Stronghold fan like I used to be, and if by some miracle you can get it to run, you will find out that Stronghold 3 brings less of the same, as they removed several cool features that were present in SH2.

Support is nonexistent as developers did not deem it commercialy viable to keep patching this failure of a game and have decided long ago to focus on their next rip-off instead, so it's pretty much abandoned now. All the patches this game will ever receive have already been released and they weren't nearly enough to solve the major issues that still plague this title.

FireFly will have a hard time convincing me to buy anything from them in the future. My advice?

Go waste your money somewhere else. This is not the entertainment you're looking for.
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