Alpha Centauri RTS?
Alpha Centauri RTS?
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I for one believe there are not many periods left for a new game. Bronze age or Dark ages are not well suited for a grand strategy game. So I actually would guess a game that takes place in an already covered period, but focusing on another aspect of gameplay.
Project Glory sounds a lot like a game in the Middle Ages but then again CK is covering parts of this time so it's probably unlikely.
An ancient Greek/Hellenistic game would be nice - fighting the Peloponnesian War, leading the Greeks to domination over Persia, ... - but I think this is highly unlikely, too, as a game in this setting would probably sell way too bad.
I'd also like a post-WWII (sandbox-)game.
Probably most of all I want to see a proper WWI game (I doubt Clausewitz is the right engine for HoI-like wargames though, as I never really enjoyed a HoI3 campaign so far. But I would be glad to be proven wrong by this game or the upcoming HoI3 addon ).
I really, really (really!) hope it's not an ACW nor a fantasy game, could live with a science fiction game, though.
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A grand strategy game that covers the period 434 - 1066?
If not, I hope for a Nomadic Wenches Dating Simulator.
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Project Glory. You start off as a 14 year old programming games on a clapped out PC (Or on extra hard level an old Sinclair Spectrum) and have to slowly build up to create a leading strategy game software house. (You score extra points for every DLC package you sale )
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Sooo many options that I can't even bother starting to guess.
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Will it be an Hanseatic League game?
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Whatever it is I think I'm going to love it as I wouldn't mind a game set in any of the time-periods that are available and not covered by the other games.
A game set in the ancient world (I mean really ancient: with a map stretching from celtic Europe to early China; Egypt,Babylon,Assyria,and the sea peoples fighting for power in the fertile crescent,for instance!) would be incredible,but also very unlikely. Likely and also very welcome would be a game set in the modern world: picking up from where HoI left off. Don't think it will be a game covering a narrow period of history or a regionalized conflict.
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A move into the portable game market? Grand strategy on the go?
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I think it's a modern day game.
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Glory sounds medieval... well... it can't be medieval.
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Paradox relly need to start making more games itself.
Aside from the Big Four, Sword of the Stars, Supreme Ruler, Diplomacy and (maybe) Master of Orion 4 and a few simulations, Paradox hasnt really got that many games.
I'm thinking either:
1) A modern day/near future game from 1947-2200
2) A 666 year dark age Europa Universalis from 400AD to 1066AD
3) A Fantasy strategy game
4) A Sci-Fi Strategy game
5) A Sci-Fi RPG
6) A Fantasy RPG