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The Guild 2 Renaissance - PC

by Dreamcatcher
Windows Vista / XP
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4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews) 56 / 100

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  • 8 completely new professions: mercenary, grave digger, stonemason, juggler, innkeeper, banker, miller and the fruit grower
  • New goods, buildings, ambient details and effects
  • All new scenarios (Transylvania, The Rhineland and The Alps) and bigger world maps
  • Improved AI, title and nobility system as well as new options (e.g. God Measures, levels of difficulty)

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  • ASIN: B0041SBCNQ
  • Item Weight: 12.3 ounces
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Release Date: September 28, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,783 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Anno Domini 1400: The sway of the church and nobility are dwindling and the simple folks are acquiring more and more wealth and power. Immerse yourself into the world of the renaissance, choose your profession, enter politics and lead a dynasty to the height of civilization!

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars People with ADD stay away December 31, 2010
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This will probably be the only review for this highly underrated game because unless you have the patience of Jobe or have just finished a joint - most will not give this game the time needed to really appreciate it.
The games official genre is a 'historic economy simulation' but there are so many other things that can be done...
Basically you pick a class (Patron, Scholar, Rogue or Craftsman), each class has its own line of goods it can produce - the twist being that most products rely on a good or component from another's class to complete its higher end goods (ex; Armorers need cow hides from Patrons to complete leather armor; Churches need lumber from woodcutters to produce their parchments).
But then there is another section of the game where you can rise in political power; its seat you hold has different perks (ex; Guild master can control finance; Head of church controls the tithe; Head of Law can set the severity of trial outcomes) each of these positions can be used for your own personal gain like sending people to the dungeon for a week's time which causes them to miss a court appearance where they might potentially get you convicted of a crime or making them miss an election where you can take their seat).
You can also hire henchmen as security, to burn down your rivals' business...all sorts of wicked stuff.

This all comes at a price, which is time. Everything takes time, naturally. Crops take time to grow, then takes time to process crops (raw materials) into, say, wheat flour which would then be used to make bakery items, church items, etc. This brings into play the economy of supply and demand, where if you're smart and resourceful enough, you can corner the market for really large profits in any particular city.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Should be more games like this January 6, 2011
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Very immersive. It is a massive sandbox game allowing you to go crazy building a massive empire of homes and businesses, engaging in politics, individual battles, having your competition either eliminated through the 'courts' or by clandestinely attriting them through attacks with various weapons and thugs. The game is editable too! allowing you to mod it. The camera is a real seller. You can zoom in right down to the street and follow everyone around. You can fight, hire/fire, work in your businesses, marry, divorce, have affairs, trade, steal, arrest, convict, escape, go to prison, die of disease and old age, run for office, buy titles of nobility,, I can go on and on!
Graphics are a little wanting. I guess because of the massive game content. I haven't done multi-player, so can't speak to that. You can't ride horses or on ships/carts with the exception of a carriage that only allows you to be transported, not your family/staff. Although there is war, you cannot directly partake. tThe only battle/fighting that goes on is between individuals. The campaign is non existent. There is none! There is no tutorial! Without a tutorial you are in for a long and painful learning experience!!! this 'addon' is a stand alone game sequaled to the Guild2. The guild2 does have a tutorial and a campaign that is pretty ok.
The game 'engine' is really first class! It is too bad that there are no other games themed on various things that have such an immersive and exstensive play situation. It is so personal to be there,, with the ability to walk, run, sit, converse, partake in wining/dining, building, buying, politicing,,, too much fun!!! The guild2 Renaissance DVD is patched and pretty stable. You'll like it! do it!
4 out of 5 stars? It could have been done better. I mean, you'll see. dumb things that will have you saying- why did they not fix that stupid little thing?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Too much fun! January 30, 2013
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
As a huge fan of medieval/fantasy this game really peaked my interest. I bought this several months ago and simply forgot to write a review, but since I've started playing the game again (probably for the seventh time already, hahaha) I thought I'd review it anyway in the hopes that it would help convince others to buy it.

This game does require micromanagement, but the sheer amount of things you can do sucked me in right away. You can be a high class patron, running farms on the outskirts of town to provide quality food in your five-star inn or bakery. You can be a master craftsman, harvesting nature's resources to create fine clothes, jewelry, and weaponry. You can be a man or woman of the church, curing illnesses in your hospitals and giving hope to the desperate in your churches... for a price. Or you can be an infamous outlaw, using your advanced stealth to make a living off of robbing and swindling others. And you aren't limited to one class per game. Through marriage and having children you can gain access to all the classes, just keep in mind that you can only control three people at any given time. As your status and wealth increases you can also get involved in politics. You can bribe, threaten, or charm members of the counsel into giving you your desired position, each with specific perks that you can use 'n abuse depending on your goals. Even people who prefer more violent games can enjoy this. No matter how you play you'll make enemies and they WILL come after you. I had one game where I couldn't play a single round without seeing someone getting assaulted/murdered in the street or a building getting burned/plundered. And sometimes I was the target of these attacks, having to defend myself and later plot revenge against the culprits.
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