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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Rayder, Apr 17, 2009.
The cover alone makes me NEVER want to play this.
Here's a trailer for it. Looks boring to me.
I agree, I hardly ever check the new DS titles because of games like this. Boring.
Oh my god is this a Stronghold-like game?
I love Stronghold! Is there an English language setting in the game?
RE: Video Clip - thanks
It might have helped when they made the clip to bring the DS in closer, so we can actually see something.
It's an economy simulation you fools.
is it like the original on pc? makes me feel nostalgic ^^
Aww and i thought its a Stronghold-like game
The Computergame was awesome. This seems to be The Guild Lite
Argh on one of the other "sites" it was listed as "The Guild" and I was hoping this was like EBA except with Felicia Day.
RTL. that alone says it all.
but i give it a try. maybe its not even half-bad.
they should I've called this game die gay
is there a piracy protection like DQ5?
i must travel trough a city but the travel button isn`t there. (it says push the travel button)
It is The Guild (I don't know why GBAtemp has it listed under the German title.) But it's based on a longrunning PC series by the same name, not on that tv series.
I played the computer version (actually, I played The Guild II). It was sort of fun in multiplayer. You could play a gentleman thief, attending society balls by day, kidnapping, robbing, and blackmailing your rivals by night. Fun.
I guess I'll try this, too.
no, that's what you should've called yourself
Die Gilde is actually one of the more successful german game titles. I enjoyed both PC predecessors especially in multiplayer. On the PC it was an economy simulation with some RPG elements set in the middle ages. All about starting your own medieval crafts workshop, producing stuff, selling stuff, buying stuff, trying to hinder your competitors by torching their businesses down, finding a wife and producing offspring to continue your legacy and eventually run for town mayor. Dunno how it will look like on the DS but except for the horrendous bugs the PC titles were actually really good.
Trust me, simulation fans in germany (like me) almost wet themselves with joy and nostalgia upon reading names like Die Fugger, Patrizier or Die Gilde. Stands for quality medieval themed economy sims over here so I'll definitely try this one out.
umm not a bad review of the game so far so am gonna try it
You have to travel to a specific town in the tutorial.
It is marked only in the detailed map, not in the overview.
It should be in the north-east.