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Victoria I Complete

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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
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Paradox Development Studio
Publisher
Paradox Interactive
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.paradoxplaza.com/

System requirements for PC

  • 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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Victoria I Complete reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Since I really wanted to have Victoria II with the DLCs, I got the complete Package, because the Price would not have differed between Viktoria II + DLCs and Victoria I Complete + Viktoria II + DLCs. I thought I was trying Victoria I Complete First to test how good the first Part is. Unfortunately, it didn't come across so well with me personally. The Game is messed up without any Overview. There is no Tutorial and it is extremely difficult to understand this Game. There are only Hints that try to teach you the Game, but that fails completely, because no one Wants to read 18 Hints instead of trying them out for yourself. The Graphics are also unconvincing, in 2010 there were already much better History strategy games with a very good Graphics. What is also missing is the Change in resolution and thus it is not possible to occupy the entire Screen. All in all, it's not worth buying.
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Microsoft from French
Very good game of nation management. For my first part I took the USA, around 1870 Mexico attacked me I pushed them back and recover the New Mexico and Arizona I avoided the civil war and in 1900 there is always slavery??? When I started to colonize around 1865 Pacific Island, the Arabian peninsula, Madagascar and part of Africa, everything was fine, until the day Italy attacked me in 1897 in Liberia and instead of withdrawing me I should have seen that he was allied with the Germans, the biggest military force in the world in 1897 so I found myself being attacked in my Arabian colonies (they aimed at the oil of Dubai) and African, by two great powers Italy and Germany. Meanwhile-the Russia is put out of the game by attacking my colonies of the caucuses while I had excellent diplomatic relatiions Avex them!!! Then Spain is attacked to my African colonies in 1898, so I counterattacked, but as he was in a military alliance with France, I ended up with France on my back also with whom I had excellent diplomatic relatiions Avex them!!! Towards end 1898 the Germans and France began invading the USA with 20 divisions and more than 100 ships I neglected to develop my Navy, all along and I found myself unable to repatriate my troops that were in my colonies and that Mexico agreed to join my Alliance, and with 5 of its Expeditionary co-reinforcing divisions and 5 or 6 divisions on my territory, I was able to repelled the invaders not without difficulty. In 1899 I was in total war with Italy, Russia, Spain, France then Germany, 5 of the 7 largest Nations in the world I have negotiated peace with Italy, Russia, Spain, France then Germany because I was going to go there. My victories in the colonies weakened my opponents and with the attrition of war they became more inclined to negotiate a peace. This game is awesome!
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