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Experience a story-driven RPG where your choices mean all the difference in the world.
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Experience a story-driven RPG where your choices mean all the difference in the world.
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Release Date10 ноября 2016 г.
DevelopersObsidian Entertainment
PublishersParadox Interactive
OSMac, Linux, Windows
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  • OS: OSX 10.10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.9 GHz 
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6950m with 1GB VRAM
  • Storage: 15 GB available space
  • OS: OSX 10.11
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.9 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD R9 390m or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750m
  • Storage: 15 GB available space

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About the Game

Play an RPG with meaningful, world-altering choices, unique and memorable companions, and a new perspective on morality. Tyranny casts you as the arbiter of law in a world devastated by war and conquered by a despot. Will you work inside the system or try to dismantle it… and will it be for the glory of Kyros, for the good of the world, or for your own ambition?

From Obsidian Entertainment, the team behind Pillars of Eternity, Fallout: New Vegas, and South Park: The Stick of Truth, Tyranny is a classic-styled RPG with a new and original story, shaped and molded by your actions. The very layout of the world will be altered by your decisions as you choose sides, make allies and enemies, and fight for your own vision of law and order in an immersive and reactive story.

Main Features:
Branching, unique stories in an original setting:

In a realm where the tyrant has already won, the player must decide how to reshape the world. Strengthen the pillars of a new regime, or search for more power at the top of the new order!

Choices matter –  make world-altering decisions with far-reaching consequence:

As a Fatebinder in the Overlord’s army you wield a vast amount of power in the occupied lands of the Tiers. Will you use that to inspire stability and loyalty, or will you try and offer a better way?

Challenging, classic RPG combat:

Tactical real-time-with-pause combat with new party-driven mechanics and modern presentation

A rich original setting:

Tyranny turns the archetypal RPG story on its head and allows players to explore a new take on good and evil. The player is not a random villager who rises to power, but an instrumental officer with considerable resources and authority. Use that power to enforce the new status quo, or try to make change from the inside!

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Review update after a second playthrough: Absolutely amazing. Great replayability. What an underrated CRGP. Brilliantly written and developed so each of the 4 paths use the same settings but are completely differently woven. My original review still stands but the drawbacks are pretty minor. A must play. TL:DR A great setting, story and characters let down by uneven act pacing and a lack of open world adventure. Still highly recommended at full price, and given its age, you’ll likely be able to get it at a deep discount during one of the sales. A pity there likely won’t be a sequel even though the story opens the door to it. Some review poetry for those who like things that rhyme: In the land of the Tiers Where this story unfolds, You play a fatebinder Out for conquest and gold A world rich in detail, and captivating lore. A setting like no other Right to its core From combat and dialogue and character development too This game is had elements Which are almost perfect through But not all is great Uneven pacing and lack of freedom An opportunity lost To develop this kingdom But despite these drawbacks I can still highly recommend That you give it a try For its character and story blend The longer version: Tyranny sat in my unplayed Steam stash for years before I got to it. It was definitely worth a playthrough and I am tempted for a second go. This is one game where your choices really do influence the game and I can see a few potential endings and in-game paths. Tyranny sacrifices open world exploration for a tight story but I do feel they could have combined both for a more expansive world. It feels a little on rails with very few actual side quests. The pacing was also strange. The game is broken down into 3 acts which were each completely different lengths. It was more like an intro, the main bit and a culmination/epilogue. While I was expecting a chunky act 3, it was short it kind of petered out. The story is left at a point where it is evident that they wanted to make a second game but I doubt that will happen, given that it wasn’t such a big commercial success. It’s somewhat of a travesty it’s clear that someone put a lot of love and serious care into the setting, the writing and the characters. Whomever you are, you're an unsung genius.

Profound Swan
Profound Swan
I recommend

Being Obsidian there are some odd bugs and broken interactions. I love the amount of branching options and meaningful choices. The short completion time for this game lets a person explore different choices without a ridiculously long play through each time.

Outdoor Partridge
Outdoor Partridge
I recommend

amazing dark rpg

Great Walrus
Great Walrus
I recommend

Fun easy to play using only a mouse for super chill time.

Decisive Mite
Decisive Mite
I recommend

It's an interesting setting, and the ability to make unique magic spells is compelling, but the engine shows its limits time and time again, with party members not executing orders or getting stuck, not being able to squeeze by an ally, The combat, which is 80% of most crpgs, is janky. This game is another piece of evidence that turn based is the way to go when it comes to crpgs. People will probably just say get good. Maybe devs should get good at making games that are intended to play somewhat like an rpg. If I wanted to play an rts I would. Hard pass.

Square Heron
Square Heron
I don't recommend

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