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Sovereignty: Crown of Kings

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Live on Twitch! About the GameThe old Empire is crumbling. Younger hungrier realms wait like vultures for their chance to pick at the carcass. Thus begins the grand campaign of Sovereignty. Rule your realm wisely and decisively. Play as the Boruvian Empire and try to recapture former Imperial glories. Or play any of 34 other realms, each with their own rich history, culture and play-style. Play as different cultures and races: Humans, Orcs, Elves, Dwarves and Undead. Guide your people to glory and prosperity. The challenges you are going to face are intimately linked to the faction you select and the geography of your location in the world. Whether you build a wealthy kingdom or become a famous conqueror, your subjects will expect you to make the right diplomatic and economic decisions. Do you covet a precious resource produced by your neighbor? Try sending an agent to negotiate a trade deal… or your army to seize this key region. Spies, treaties and solid alliances can prove powerful weapons. But when words fail, answer with steel and blood. Raise mighty armies. Recruit legendary heroes. Research powerful spells. And if you’re ready to get your hands dirty, you can even take direct command of your troops on the battlefield in the tactical mode! By wisely combining soft and hard power, you too can realize your ambitions and reign supreme over all others. Are you ready to plant your flag in Sovereignty? Main Features 35 factions with specific races, traits, heroes and units for a unique play-style and challenge in every game. Campaign modes, plus unique storyline campaigns crafted along the story of your faction. Resources, Trade and Landmarks enrich the basic economy of a realm. Conduct covert actions to spy on your enemies: badmouth them or improve your image in the eyes of others. Learn new magical spells and use them to gain advantage or trick your opponents. Lead your armies directly on the field and take advantage of terrain to outsmart enemy troops. Use your hero ability at a key moment to swing the tide of a battle. Veteran units can gain experience and unlock new skills. Modder's toolset included! Fully integrated with Steam Workshop!
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Release date
Feb 2, 2017
Developer
Gothic Labs
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The Lordz Games Studio
Publisher
Slitherine Ltd.
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://slitherine.com/games/Sovereignty_CrownofKingsPC

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Vista or later
  • Processor: 2.8 Ghz Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 200 series or equivalent (OpenGL 3.0 support)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Integrated Graphic Cards such as Intel HD series are not officially supported
Recommended:
  • OS: 7 or 8
  • Processor: 3.2 GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 500 series or equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 11
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Sovereignty: Crown of Kings reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Good Game, but due to the EA still has some Corners & Edges. Currently I had a Crash in about 2-3h and sporadic Soundbugs (certain Sounds get stuck short). After Reloading the previous Game stand, however, you can continue playing normally. The Fear that the one Card may be too small has occurred after a short Time, as many Countries & Empires are present. What I would like to see in the Future is an Expansion of the individual Countries with Defence Facilities or other Production Facilities. The Location into German is estimated only half is finished, so for The time being you should only play in English.
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What a pity! First Of all: The Game is very interesting, fun and it runs stable with me. However, I don't understand why it's Offered in a German Variant, although that Means text boxes are empty and a lot of Stuff sounds like simple Google Translation. If you don't have the Resources to make it reasonable, you shouldn't already announce a "German" Version in the EA and get BUY. Examples pleasing? "Left turns" turns in German does not turn "remaining Trains" but "bends left." "Tier 1 Building" will not be "Level 1 Building" but "Output 1 Building" I had hoped the EA Version would be improved until the Release, but nothing has changed in Terms of German Language.
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Early Access Review I bought this Game because it is very reminiscent of old Title ala tank General/5 Star Series in Gameplay and Idea. And with that, unfortunately, the positive thing has already been said. I am currently participating in the "open Beta." Maybe it's because of my Understanding of what a Beta is, but I always thought it would be practically finished, would still need some Finishing Touches especially when Operating on different Computers. That's why the many Crashes don't really bother me. There's ne Beta For that. What bothers me more are Things like the simple AI, the incomplete Features and the lack Of Long-term Stimure. A Strategy Game of this Kind requires an increasing Degree of Difficulty that ties the Player to the Game for a long time. That, too, is completely lacking. A few Examples: I built exactly two Ships, but according to The Game I am The dominant Naval Power, because I win every Naval battle. The Computer only has landing ships without Resistance. This is compensated by the fact that you cannot play Naval Battles:(-is made 100%ig by the Computer. The tactical Land Battles are far too easy for that. In Principle, the enemy Units (even at the highest Difficulty Level (legendary) simply pounce on Your Troops (both in Attack and in Defense). This wins virtually every tactical Battle without significant Casualties. What bothers me most is that there are no expandable Units. You play the Game with the same Units, you win every Battle and are therefore unassailable after only a few Years. Unfortunately, this is not at nix for me as a Strategy fan. As a Rewait: The Game could have Potential but it is just missing far too much. Unfortunately, for the long Time it has been in Steam, I don't expect that anymore.
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