Siege Survival - Gloria VictisSiege Survival - Gloria Victis
A medieval city under siege and a handful of civilians are all that keep the walls from falling. Mixing survival, strategy and resource management, build your camp, craft supplies, and scavenge the occupied city to supply the troops holding back the invaders.
Siege Survival - Gloria Victis
Set in the medieval world of Gloria Victis, Siege Survival: Gloria Victis sees your country invaded and your city under brutal siege.
A small group of civilians are trapped in the only remaining stronghold and are the last source of hope for the defending troops hanging on for dear life. You might not be fighting the invaders yourself, but the fate of the city lies in your hands.
Support the last soldiers standing against overwhelming enemy forces and hold out until reinforcements arrive. Build your camp, manage resources, craft supplies during the day and scour the fallen city for resources and new civilian recruits at night.
- 36%Critics Recommend
- 66Top Critic Average
- FairOpenCritic Rating
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by Chris Wray
6.5 / 10
“Siege Survival: Gloria Victis is a game that manages a sort of reverse synergy. The parts should combine to make this a medieval version of This War of Mine, a title that so clearly inspired it, but sadly fall short due to issues like limited replay value, lacking the emotional investment, despite the world and characters being decent enough. Still, for every negative, there are positives. Exploring the city at night for resources can be very tense; siege defence is engaging, and the crafting is top-notch. Consider this a recommendation, but one with more than a few caveats.”
by Will Quick
7.5 / 10
“Gloria Victis: Siege Survival is a tactical management game revolving around holding out against a Viking army. It’s visceral, challenging, engaging, and fun to play. It suffers from some technical and contextual issues while also lacking clarity but it’s still manageable. Any game can give you the power to destroy, but this one gives you the strength to survive.”
by Jake Hill
63 / 100
“I would recommend Siege Survival: Gloria Victis to players who like difficult management games and muddy depressing fantasy. I know you guys are out there. I’m one of those people. And despite my many criticisms of the game, I intend to keep playing it after this review has gone live. That’s not necessarily always the case! But there is a spark of something at the core of Siege Survival: Gloria Victis. It’s a puzzle, and if I can just line all the pieces up, I know I’ll feel the satisfaction of solving a difficult gaming challenge. But I will not be able to help imagining the game this could have been; brighter, sleeker, and more imaginative.”
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OSWindows 7 Sp. 64-bit
OSWindows 7 Sp. 64-bit
ProcessorIntel Core i3 or AMD Athlon II X4 with at least 2,7 GHz
ProcessorIntel Core i5 or AMD Athlon II X4 with at least 3,2 GHz
GraphicsGeForce GT 740, Radeon HD 7750 - at least 1GB GPU memory
GraphicsGeForce GTX 960, Radeon HD 7970 - at least 2GB GPU memory
Requires Epic Games account
- Audio: English
- Text: German, French, English, Chinese - Simplified, Chinese - Traditional, Italian, Spanish - Spain, Turkish, Portuguese - Brazil, Portuguese, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Korean
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