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Majesty - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 95
Rated: Everyone
38 customer reviews

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Manage your resources and complete a variety of exciting noble quests. Each quest requires you to determine your own strategy, build your tax base, collect money, explore, and most importantly, vanquish your many enemies.

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Majesty is a unique sim, putting you in the crushed velvet hot seat of your own kingdom. With an epic quest before you, you make the decisions of where to build your settlement's guilds and temples. From these decisions, you recruit a varied cast of larger-than-life heroes. Each one has a mind of his own and must be enticed to meet your goals, via rewards you offer and spells you cast. Meanwhile, you must make sure that your treasury stays flush with cash to support these and other outlays necessary to maintain a thriving medieval town. The fact that you are being barraged by attacks from mythical beasts and fantastic creatures doesn't make your job any easier.

Poor choices will leave your kingdom in ruin, but a wise ruler will complete his quests, fill his coffers, and create a kingdom that will be remembered in song and story.


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  • ASIN: B00004C8SI
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 2 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 27, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,855 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Joshua P. Earl on March 15, 2000
What to begin with? Majesty first and foremost of all, is something a little outside of the normal classification of games.. yes it is strategy and similar to other popular strategy titles such as Starcraft and Heroes of Might and Magic, in that you hire people to come and serve you and do battle with your foes, while you yourself do not actually "do the work" as it were. With one disturbing difference (at least to a classic RTS fan). You DON'T CONTROL THEIR LIVES. Well not in so many words. In this area it is MUCH more like the Sim(place noun here) games. You dictate where the buildings are to be set, but the peasants do the dirty work. When I first played this game, I set about building different structures and as my peasants built everything (I was happy to see they did it automatically) I began to feel pride in my growing metropolis. Unfortunately when the first evil rat thing came and started attacking, I watched with despair as everything I built crumbled. Clicking on my *(? $@# loyal subjects did nothing and they basically watched it burn. You see... if YOU saw an evil giant rat would YOU want to attack it if there was absolutely NO reason for you to?
Of course not, which is what the game is all about. Your subjects will do as you want... as long as you give them a reason to do it. So you place rewards for doing different actions.
Enter the strategy:
Want that rat killed? Well... how about if you put a hefty bounty on his head? Your greedy little peons will suddenly spring into action now that there is a jingle of gold in their ears... careful though, they may be greedy, but they aren't dumb.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 27, 2000
Bought the game and brought it home after seeing a demo of the game at a Convention. I'm a fan of Sim games, but I find RTS games difficult. This game might appear to be RTS, but it really is more of a sim game than anything else.
It's a fairly standard fantasy type of game, with wizards and rangers, priests and fighters. In and of itself, it's fairly simple. You have peasants to build, tax collectors, city guards and you can recruit heroes.
The interesting part is that you don't have direct control over the heroes. I find it's a lot of fun to set things up and let them run, and watch your heroes. I often change the order I build guilds in to favor a certain hero, so they can be the biggest and best.
Once I reach a certain stability in the game, I'll sit and watch my favorite hero run around and do their thing. I'll even let the monsters live sometimes so that I can have things play on for a little more.
I've found that there's a big jump in difficulty from basic to advanced. In advanced, you have to make the right moves in the first few seconds or forget about it. Even if you make the right moves, a random encounter can just plain dust your struggling city and leave it struggling until you quit, or die.
Then again, for me the fun isn't in beating the game, it's in watching the heroes.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By E. Arnold on March 24, 2000
First of all... I play games alot... and this one is an excellent game. It has a very intelligent and easy to use interface for dealing with your kingdom (building, etc.). The engine is terrific with multiple battles and spell effects that go way beyond the above average RTS/SIM. What sets it aside is the AI for all the sub-objects (i.e. heroes, monsters, etc.) but, don't think that will get you by if you have poor strategy or don't pay attention. Definitely there is plenty to do in managing "rewards/bounties", recruiting heroes, building guilds and support structures and of course watching your heroes do their thing. The only aspect that prevented me from giving this game 5 stars was the weird (and I do mean weird in a bad way) install problems. I had to uninstall and reinstall multiple times. My system was in peak condition beforehand too. In fact, if I had not backed up the registry... it would have been hard to correct the problems that occurred - everything from the game crashing constantly (even with the available patch) to weird things occuring with the Windows Explorer. I have installed it on several different machines and have come to a conclusion that it happens randomly with no set variables to try to figure out. I intend on notifying Cyberlore... but, even with this... don't be discouraged... the game is definitely worth it. I have now a stable game and it has not crashed or hung on me in many hours of game play. I have even run other things in the background testing the ALT-TAB aspect... no problems. Word to the wise - if you notice a crash... uninstall (delete out all files and check registry) then reinstall... apply patch and things should run fine. Again... this is a great game to fill the void until... DIABLO II!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 26, 2000
Being Strategy Guide for BellaOnline.com has its good sides and bad sides. On one hand a game like Majesty is something I buy immediately because it might be great, and on the other hand I've played so many great strategy games by now that I feel let down when a game isn't fully implemented properly.
You are ... yes ... a ruler of some sort, although they were nice to make it genderless! It's a building-placing game, where you locate each new construction site - be it for a Warrior's Guild, a Ranger's Guild, or so on. You then request for that building to either upgrade new weapons or items, or recruit named heroes to join your cause.
The graphics are very, very nice, but I've been spoiled in recent years by some of the amazing graphics from the various games. It's a shame that detailed leaves on trees and items by the buildings only elicit a "Jeez, that's pretty" instead of amazed appreciation.
The named units is a nice touch - instead of a random ranger exploring, you have Teave Trailblazer exploring the eastern marches for you. The home building tells you what each unit is up to, and the units themselves have little thought bubbles over their heads, a la Dungeon Keeper.
The Scottish-lilt voice chimes in with important information. "More gold, your majesty" is a common call, as your tax collector makes his rounds. Your troops defend your town from killer plants and rat-men while you build it up.
I appreciate that units should actively roam and defend and right, but really, many strategy games out there *do* have that ability. In Majesty, it's fun for a while to set rewards and try to motivate your units, but it can get very old and frustrating very quickly. Also, the missions are not extremely challenging, making the game itself a quick play-through.
A fun play for its sim-like qualities, but not a top notch strategy game.
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