Establish your kingdom in Stolen Lands!
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a role-playing game made by Owlcat Games and published by Deep Silver. It is the first isometric party-based computer RPG set in the Pathfinder fantasy universe, based on Paizo’s award-winning Pathfinder Adventure Path of the same name. You certainly don’t need to be familiar with the story, but if you are, you will encounter characters you know and love as well as a host of brand-new events, companions, allies, and threats that expand and enhance the original Adventure Path. With help from Paizo and their authors, the story and quests have been expanded by RPG writer Chris Avellone and the Owlcat team, allowing for even more adventure in the already rich narrative of the Stolen Lands.
|Release Date: 25 Sep, 2017|
Developer: Owlcat Games
Publisher: Deep Silver
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- Experience the adventure alongside living and breathing companions, each with deep stories and decisions of their own. Love them, adore them or hate them for who they are.
- Establish your kingdom in Stolen Lands, claim new territories, and build towns and cities. Be a wise ruler or a heavy-handed tyrant.
- Customize your character and companions with a multitude of options available in Pathfinder to make the perfect party capable of overcoming insurmountable challenges.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker Trailer
Pathfinder: Kingmaker Review
The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game is an evolution of the 3.5 rules set of the world's oldest fantasy roleplaying game, designed using the feedback of tens of thousands of gamers . "Kingmaker" features a diverse cast of companions and NPCs, including iconic characters from the Pathfinder setting itself. You’ll need to decide who to trust and who to watch carefully, as each companion has an agenda, alignment, and goals that may differ from yours. Your journey will become their journey, and you’ll help shape their lives both in the moment and well into the future. As you’ll discover, building a kingdom goes beyond simply building a stronghold: Your kingdom is a reflection of your character and your choices throughout the game. It is a living thing shaped by your alignment, your allies, and your ability to lead your people. The voice acting while not being Mark Hamill or Tara Strong quality is absolutely fine and the lines delivered in a well performed way. Battle effects are all very nicely sampled and give you the overall feel of a battle going on someplace around you. Not only can your kingdom expand, opening up new territories and allowing you to build new towns and communities, but your capital city will physically change based on your decisions, your policies, and even whom you choose to ally with. As your kingdom grows, a number of factions and neighboring countries will come to you to seek favor—and to test your strength. All in all it`s a great addition to the RPG market.