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Glorious Companions is a turn-based tactical RPG set in the dark fantasy world of Navaroth. Craft your own journey as a leader of a mercenary company! Aspire to become a powerful lord, solve the mystery of the Ancient Guardians, or just ride around the continent building your fortune on trade.
release date: 4 Jun, 2019
developer: Ancient Forge Studio
publisher: Ancient Forge Studio
About This Game Glorious Companions
is a turn based tactical RPG set in an original dark fantasy world of Navaroth where you craft your own journey as a leader of a mercenary company. Aspire to become a powerful lord, solve the mystery of the Ancient Guardians or just ride around the continent building your fortune on trade.
The world of Navaroth has been carefully built and maintained by us throughout the years. The whole premise began as a pen-and-paper RPG system. Even the game itself had many different forms throughout the years. In 2009 it was a small mini-game with 2D cards representing the characters. However, it has turned into so much more.
- Custom and gritty combat system: no one is invincible as a single well-aimed strike can take out a careless warrior.
- No battle is truly over until it’s over: eliminate the enemy captain to win the battle, but be careful as it works the other way around too!
- Tried and proven formula: the world of Navaroth has its roots in an original pen-and-paper RPG system featuring a science based magic system.
- Pick your side: become an ally to the vengeful Scarres or join the ranks of the wise Valrenay militia. More factions will be revealed during the development.
- Take care of your men: keep their morale high by serving them luxury food and alcohols, train them at special facilities when they gather enough experience and crucially - don’t let them bleed out after a tough battle.
- No two soldiers are ever the same: play to your units natural predispositions, train and equip them to your liking.
- New world on each playthrough: the continent and its political climate are procedurally generated at the beginning of every journey.
- Start small and expand: focus first on making a name for yourself as a lord by winning small skirmishes, or lay the foundations of a thriving merchant guild.
- More power means more responsibility: a wise leader is not merely an army commander; attend to a variety of political and economic issues as your empire grows.
- Danger from afar: try not to get too complacent, as the Ancient Guardians eventually wake up and threaten the known world.
At the very beginning there’s only you, your family’s grumpy servant and a rusty sword against the entire world. Forget abo
min system requirement: OS: Windows XP SP2+
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: GTX 660+
DirectX: Version 9.0
Storage: 2 GB available space
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Glorious Companions user review
I really wanted to like this game. I loved Battle Brothers, massive X-Com fan and enjoyed Mount and Blade. Yes the premise of this game is a campaign map like Mount and Blade and the turn based tactical combat is vaguely similar to X-Com with some sort of a cover system implemented. However, what you are presented with in Glorious Companions' current state is a very weak blend of these influences.
I didn't plan to review GC just yet but i did read reviews and felt i needed to write one right after :(
This looks really promising! Think fantasy X-COM with a hint of HoMM3 or Fire Emblem. What I particularly like is the level of customisation and personality (with different stats, equipment, random perks etc.) given to each unit, making them all feel like your actual companions (see what I did there?).
At first glance, Glorious looks just like any other game from the genre - you've got world map to explore, towns in which you can recruit new companions and buy stuff, random events like abandoned camps waiting for you to loot. What makes it worth checking out, is bunch of fresh ideas. First of all, every companion you recruit is like a small rpg character. You can equip a lot of stuff on these guys. Each of them has its own perks, stats you can increase and skills that will improve their battle performance. You can even change their names if you want to make theme-based squad or you just like to add a bit of roleplay here and there. Squads are relatively small, so don't worry, it's not getting overwhelming.
Great game, lots of potential
Oh boy, that game is pretty cool!;)
Ok I have 50 hours played and I'm pretty much done there are no more challenging fights I have 10 in my party all around level 10 oir 11 and many towns flea markets are out of money. I'm quite happy with the game needs new content but that's what early access is good game.
I see a lot of people are arguing about the price. I feel it's on a fair level. It's like 40% or less of AAA game and I think this game can give me more playtime than avarage triple A title. I spent 500+ hours on M&B and I think I will get something similar in Glorious.
Quite promising Early Access title, especially for fans of turn-based fights and fluent Mount&Blade-like traveling system. Has great potential for future development.
I see great potential here. So many fun things can be done with this game. It is in a fun playable state but pretty bare bones atm. Mount and Blade type campaign set up with turn based battles and small squad tactics.
A lot of work still needs to be done to get everything this game needs working. However, I am having great fun with it in its current state. The turn based combat is awesome! Need more variety in the foes you run into. Also, this game needs a tutorial badly. Lots of things that need a tooltip to explain them. Like why engineers can't train in their training ground? Probably coming up in future I'd guess. Overall this has great potential and is fun even as it stands now.
It's pretty cool. I recommend it. It definitely needs some work but I have faith it will be improved. Some of the world (I'm early in the game) seems a bit empty, but all the mechanics are cool. World roaming is real-time but also pauses when you are not moving. What I mean is: all the npcs move as you move, but if you stop moving, the npcs stop moving. This is helpful if you're trying to avoid a squabble. I would also say that it would be cool to have hints as to where to find the quest items, but maybe that's just something I haven't learned from playing yet.
Just bought the Early Access game. Sorry guys, the mouse is not responsive and there is no control for mouse sensitivity. I could not place my team, let alone fight the first battle.
Gonna refund and wait till its fleshed out a bit lol- great idea though
I bought it
the game has many potential although it is still early access, it is enjoyable.
Alpha. Alpha! ALPHATESTS HOE!
I really want this game to be good when it comes out. The combat system works well even if its still unfinished. Let's just hope they add a lot more skills and diversity to upgrade your troops, weapons and different armor.