Your goal, as usual, is to take over the world; but in this game you have to use long-term strategy and your wily, crafty ways to succeed. Build different ships to sail onward into exciting new lands. Meet new people, establish crucial contacts, trade and buy goods, and strive to become famous as you circle the globe on various missions. Investing money helps you gain respect and alliances within different countries. And you'll need all the help you can get, for free ranging pirates can attack without warning. You must be willing to do battle at all times, but more likely than not, it's superior planning and intelligence that will lead you toward victory.
Land: Lub It Or Leave It.
Roving the Briny Blue: Though. each character brings you into the world under very different sets of circumstances, many of the things you'll encounter are consistent. The game is as historically accurate as a cart-based RPG can be while still giving you the latitude to set your own course to new horizons of wealth, prosperity, or other aims. No matter which character you play as, the layout of each port will be the same. The alliance of each country will also be unchanged.
The most profitable means of existence is either trading or piracy, depending on your temperament. All the action involves sailing, earning rank and crew, and upgrading ships into fleets as you trade from port to port, fight battles at sea, fall in love, and otherwise live a life of realistic representations of the small characters, the portraits of players and nonplayer characters are well rendered. Any gamer who thought that Uncharted Waters was high fun on the high seas will find New Horizons as satisfying an adventure.
You choose to play as any of these intrepid wander. Although their destinies are very different, their fates are intertwined.
The most profitable means of existence is either trading or piracy, depending on your temperament. All the action involves sailing, earning rank and crew, and upgrading ships into fleets as you trade from port to port, fight battles at sea, fall in love, and otherwise live a life of adventure. Though we wish Koei would make the move to offering more who thought that Uncharted Waters was high fun on the high seas will find New Horizons as satisfying an adventure.
Hoist the main sail. Raise the mizzenmast. Jibe the jib jab. It's time to go to sea and earn your fame and fortune in Uncharted Waters: New Horizons, the new seafaring Strategy/RPG from Koei. Set against the backdrop of Spanish colonization of the New World, Uncharted Waters drops you into the boat shoes of one of six intrepid adventurers from the early 1500s to seek out destiny. Male or female, pirate, explorer, or commodore, take your pick. Search for Atlantis. Hit the high seas on a voyage of revenge. Or defend the honor of England against the growing Spanish threat. What makes this title unique is that each player character has his or her own story. The five players you don't choose show up in your story line at some point in time. Though the world is the same, the outcomes are as varied as the characters. But plan on trading from port to port, battling it out ship to ship or fleet to fleet, or taking blade in hand for a little shipside cutlass soiree.
Processor: PC compatible, P-100
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
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