Developer: MP Digital, LLC
Current Version: 1.1.1
Last Updated: 10 days ago
Download Size: 5.8 GB - Download
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From the makers of Pillars of Eternity, the 2015 Mac App Store Game of the Year, comes Tyranny!
In Tyranny, the grand war between good and evil is over – and the forces of evil, led by Kyros the Overlord, have won. The Overlord’s merciless armies dominate the face of the world, and its denizens must find their new roles within the war-torn realm. Players interact with the populace to inspire loyalty, disgust, or fear as they roam the world as an officer in Kyros’ forces, empowered to act as both judge and executioner.
• A branching narrative with a unique story in an original setting: The Battle between good and evil has already taken place, and evil stands victorious
• Choices matter – a different player experience every time you play it: As an Officer in the Overlord’s army you wield a vast amount of power in the occupied lands of the Tiers. Will you use that power to inspire stability and loyalty, or will you be a feared oppressor?
• Challenging, classic RPG combat: Characteristical RPG combat with modern mechanics and presentation
• A rich original setting: A completely new and original fantasy world with rich lore and many paths to follow
• OS: OSX 10.10 or later
• Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.9 GHz or better
• Memory: 6 GB RAM
• Graphics: 1GB VRAM or better
• Storage: 15 GB available space
Tales from the Tiers Fixes & Changes
• Frozen Sentinel and Sunder's Seal now display correct tool-tips.
• Added some missing text to the 'Invigorated' Boon.
• Added some missing sound effect to one of the World Map Events.
• Updated the VFX in some World Map Events.
• Arcane Infused Boon no longer stacks every few seconds.
• Updated name of new item to Zash's Draught. Previously called 'Swig of Insight'.
• The party Banner on the world map will no longer reset its location when leaving a World Map Event.
• Added an icon to the Title Screen to indicate whether or not the DLC is active.
New Game+ Fixes
• Removed invalid spell sigil from New Game+ Vendor (Phaedrus).
• Added many unique items to New Game+ Vendor (Phaedrus).
• Spell sigils now carry over to New Game+ regardless of Language.
• Character no longer lose certain talents when starting a New Game+.
• Skill checks in dialogs now award proper amount of experience.
• Massive Blow II now reads and functions correctly.
• Companions no longer re-learn talents they lost during Retraining.
• Tool-tips no longer disappear during gameplay.
• Text will fit within UI buttons in more edge cases for various languages and Font Scaling combinations.
• Fixed a rare issue where some spells would not display the correct information in their tool-tip.
Most Helpful Reviews
Awesome - Just what the doctor ordered. Like Dr. Pepper on a warm summer’s day.
Predictable and buggy - To be fair, I have played a lot of these type of games. I would rate it a C. The concept of Evil winning is what drew me to the game, but play was little different from the usual. I hoped for more novelty. Overall, turned out to be straight forward and predictable. Found the controls a bit clumsy and bugs made me set aside the game after a day of play. Interesting, when the patch is available, I doubt I will go back to the game.
More Reviews for Current Version
A scam - This game charges more for delivering less. It is not a quality game—not at that price. They shouldn’t be charging more than 10 or twelve dollars. There is little character customization and you're given tiny little action boxes. Sort of like Pilllars only WAY smaller. The game also will hang up and you have to force quit and restart. You can get better games online for free. The only up side is you play offline so if you”re internet is down it is something to do.
Genre-busting Fun - I haven’t finished the game yet, but I’m quite happy with the storyline. I don’t think I’ve ever spent so much time debating which response to make when faced with dialogue choices. Starting out as the “bad guy” is a very refreshing concept. As for gameplay, I like it as much as I did Pillars of Eternity. Saying it’s “Baldur’s Gate 2.0” is a bit misleading, as the play dynamics are fairly different. If you appreciate CRPGs that emphasize story and choices, this may be one to pick up.