Building on Supreme Ruler 2010 and 2020, BattleGoat Studios invites you to relive the tension and uncertainty of the Cold War. As the 1950’s approach, the Korean War looms, the Arms Race intensifies, the Berlin Crisis leads to the formation of NATO, and the world anticipates a new World War.
Gebruikersrecensies: Grotendeels positief (128 recensies) - 71% van de 128 gebruikersrecensies voor deze game is positief.
Releasedatum: 29 jul 2011

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Building on Supreme Ruler 2010 and 2020, BattleGoat Studios invites you to relive the tension and uncertainty of the Cold War. As the 1950’s approach, the Korean War looms, the Arms Race intensifies, the Berlin Crisis leads to the formation of NATO, and the world anticipates a new World War.
As leader of the United States or the Soviet Union, you must make the correct Economic, Diplomatic, Domestic and Military decisions to successfully navigate your country through this dangerous historical era and increase your nation’s Sphere of Influence on the world stage.

Key Features:

  • Play as the United States or Soviet Union in Campaign Mode
  • Control any Nation in Post-World War II Era in Sandbox Mode
  • Use Diplomacy, Trade and Espionage to influence the policies of other nations
  • Research new Technologies to give your nation an edge
  • Grow and Modernize your Economy
  • Control Military production and deployment, or let your Ministers take care of the details
  • And when Diplomacy Fails… Sophisticated Real-Time Strategic and Tactical Control of your Military Forces!
  • Enhanced Graphics and Sound including New 3D Terrain
  • Experience the redesigned GUI with improved On-Map feedback and streamlined controls


    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual Core or greater Recommended
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 1 GB Hard Drive Free
    • Video Card: Direct-X 9.0 Graphics with at least 32MB
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Sound: Direct-X Compatible Sound
    • Additional: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Up to 16 players in Multiplayer over LAN or Internet
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35 van de 44 mensen (80%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
3 mensen vonden deze recensie grappig
7.0 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 21 juli
I thought this game would be up to par with Paradox's other grand strategy games, such as Hearts of Iron, Crusader Kings, and Europa Universalis. However while Paradox did publish this game, they did not develop it, and whoever did is nowhere near as good as them at it.
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168 van de 203 mensen (83%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
216 mensen vonden deze recensie grappig
6.1 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 9 maart
Korean war:North Korea wins.
Vietnam war:South Vietnam wins.
Brazil took over South America.
USA became Communist state.
Canada became Communist state.
France became Communist state.
Russia became Capitalist state.
Ukraine became Capitalist state.
Belarus became Capitalist state.
Yugoslavia became Capitalist state.
South Africa won the space race.
10/10 best game
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48 van de 54 mensen (89%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
4 mensen vonden deze recensie grappig
24.1 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 6 december 2013
Cold War takes nearly every element from 2020 and improves it ten fold. The graphics are still somewhat primitive but improved greatly and it almost has a charm to it. The diplomatic elements are still some of the best in strategy games but still lacks some features that could make it the best. Military wise its fun and easy to figure out and the new Merchant marine makes it ten times easier to move troops globally and invade island nations. The economic part of the game is time consuming but makes you think about what you need to make it work well.
The interface for managing everything is organised but can be confusing with some elements hidden behind too many other interfaces making it a maze to figure something simple out.
The Cold War campaign is well organised with the Atomic and Space races and the many conflicts and problems are there that were present in the 1950s,60s,70s and 80s.
The Sandbox mode is also still fun to play and a healthy mod scene makes it enjoyable to try different modes and scenarios.

Overall this game is definatly worth your time and money if you into this genre.
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44 van de 48 mensen (92%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
2 mensen vonden deze recensie grappig
34.9 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 2 april
This game is hands down the best game in the Supreme Ruler series along with 2020... but it is still kind of bad.

First off, everything that happens is completely historically railroaded. No, I am not talking about who wins what, but more, all the wars are scripted (at least, I have yet to see a non-scripted war). For example, East and West Germany could be in an arms race for so long, with tons of British and USA troops in the West, and Soviets in the East. But what happens? Nothing. They are extremely hostile but nope, no war. It may seem logical, but it gets very boring. Especially knowing the AI will never intervene, and there cannot be a WW3. It makes the spheres system useless.

Also, a WW3 is nearly IMPOSSIBLE, or maybe it is impossible. One worry about the Korean and Vietnam wars in real life was that the wars would drag the Warsaw Pact into all out war with NATO. However, when the Korean war starts, the USA says "lel ♥♥♥♥ you guys" and sits and watches South Korea get steamrolled. Ouch. And then there is Vietnam. The North starts by making large gains on French Indochina, but the French AI sends units by the hundreds over to Vietnam from Europe, and starts steamrolling through the Northern rebels. Now with its ideological enemy creeping towards its borders, China does.... nothing. Units can engage without being at war, and China usually has access through North Vietnam, but they do nothing. In fact, they don't even supply the Vietnamese with weapons, fuel... ANYTHING! They just sit and watch the Capitalists win.

And however the AI in this game is likely the best out of any Supreme Ruler hands down, it just doesn't work properly. For example, say you're USA, and you're trying to get Spain to join NATO. Well, they may have super friendly relations, but they're not even under your influence at ALL. In real life, the USA would supply countries with weaponry, and offer protection, and same with the USSR, but in this game you must keep pouring billions into the AI's treasury before they'll begin accepting deals. And once they do start accepting deals as simple as free trade, you need to offer them ALL the diplomatic treaties before they even start to like you. Then, once you are allied with them, only then do they start to slowly go into your sphere. (Unless you are the AI, with their diplomatic voodoo) But this makes no sense, right? I mean, playing as the USA, you end up allied to 40 different nations just because you wanted them in your influence, meanwhile, the rest of NATO aren't allied with eachother at all. Same thing goes for the Warsaw Pact. It is simply just nonsense.

And then there is the economy... oh god. The ways to make money in this game are the most gamey and unrealistic ways to make money ever. And the only nations that don't need ultra gamey and exploitive actions to make money are : USA, USSR, China, UK, India, and I think that is it. It is quite dumb that these nations always have their pockets filled with money whilst other nations fill up with uncontrollable amounts of debt. Making money shouldn't rely on being one of few lucky nations who never run out of money or mass producing one resource. In Victoria 2, if you focus all your production, on, let's say, machine parts, it may end very poorly. The massive amounts of machine parts you produce may cause them to become nearly worthless, and your factories may hardly scrape by, or a massive economic collapse in the British Empire may lose one of the biggest buyers of your machine parts and your factories will go bankrupt and close. It really immerses you in the economics of the game. In this game, you feel completely disconnected with the economics as all you need to do is spam produce one resource and you're set with tons of cash. It's really dissapointing and boring.

-Decent interface
-Very nice cold war map
-Nations being released worldwide
-Wars are fun
-Nuclear wars are more fun
-Small border clashes may sometimes occur between hostile nations

-No feeling of competiton between the USSR and USA
-AI does not intervene in wars such as Korea or Vietnam, making them extremely predictable and boring
-Sphere system does nothing but make nations hate eachother
-"Flashpoint tension" system doesn't do anything, as the AI seems incapable of declaring a non-scripted war
-Economy is extremely gamey, uninteresting, and unrealistic
-Diplomacy AI is horrendous
-Advisors that will start making changes to your nation that you don't want and may not realize
-World War 3 is impossible in the first place, which takes most of the fun out of the game (if it is not, correct me)
-After everything, this is still a game about world conquest, which is not why I bought this
-Same 3 minute soundtrack, looping over, and over, and over, and over and over.....

If I had to score this, I would give it a 6/10. It is a kinda fun game, but many of the issues in it make the game dull and uninteresting at times. I really did expect more from a game with Paradox Interactive as the publisher, and knowing their policy of publishing a game, it really seems like Paradox swept this one under the rug. At this price of $11 it is alright to buy, but if you haven't already, buy Victoria 2 instead.
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38 van de 44 mensen (86%) vonden deze recensie nuttig
1 persoon vond deze recensie grappig
199.1 uur in totaal
Geplaatst: 21 maart 2014
Supreme Ruler: Cold War is an amazing game. You get to play in a alternate-history scenario in which your objective is to dominate as much as the world as possible and run your nation to the best extent possible. In the Campaign, you can only play as the United States or the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Each of the two superpowers are sleeping war machines and can be unleashed at any time. A Cold War between Capitalisim and Communisim may turn hot with the turn of a key and the push of a button...

However, my favorite feature in this game has to be the Scenario mode. You get different scenarios to play such as North Korean Blitzkreig on South Korea to capture Pusan to finally achieve reunification of the Korean penninsula under DPRK rule.

In Sandbox mode, you are able to pick from any country in the world during the Cold War. As in Campaign, the USSR and United States all have monsterous militaries and high-yeild nuclear warheads, but you have the chance to develop other countires to attempt to be on par with the United States and USSR. However, this would take weeks of gameplay and extreme amounts of skill and patience. Since you can play as any country, you construct your own world, hence the name of the gamemode.

However, nations do not just lay down and die. Supreme Ruler: Cold War thrusts you into a action-packed and intense World War III. You must defend your borders while expanding into your enemys' territory. Take their capital as many times as it takes and conquer your enemy. Your enemy will do their best to fight back, so be careful!

The modding capabilities of this game are outstanding. You can mod everything from the territories, to the flags, to the units. Another great thing about the mods are that you can still play Cold War if you wish. Some high-quality mods include:

Modern World

State of the Unions

Shattered World

The only downside to this game is that it does not have a tutorial. This can be infuriating to players new to the Supreme Ruler series. A tutorial is included in Supreme Ruler: 2020, but not in SR:CW. Since this game can be very complicated, it is up to the player to learn from online tutorials and exploring the game. Like learning how to move your units across water or why your units stop in desolate areas due to lack of supply with fuel shortages.

I love this game so much. My most played mod is Modern World, but other mods are amazing too. I wish this game was more popular, as it is a great game of strategy, war and world domination. 9.7/10
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