Whenever you hear “grand strategy,” what is it that comes to mind? Do you think of massive map games that incite ruse and other forms of tactical deception? Of board games played by old geezers sitting in the back of your nearest local pub? The genre may get an unfair rap for being “too nerdy” or “complex,” but that should not always be the case.
Feudal Kingdoms is a turn-based strategy game for the PC, set in medieval style in a realistically simulated world. The fictional continent of Toria has been fractured by years of war and discord and has split into various smaller and larger kingdoms. Each kingdom must now fight for its survival, not only keeping a close eye on its neighbors but also preparing for cold winters and maintaining internal stability. Feudal Kingdoms pushes the boundaries of the grand strategy genre by adding more depth to the familiar game mechanics, giving the player the freedom to find his way through these stormy times.