Release date(s) October 1st, 2010
Genre(s) Government simulation game
Real Time Strategy
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Media/distribution Download, DVD-ROM
Windows XP \ VISTA \ 7, 2 Ghz Processor, 2 GB Ram, Graphics card DirectX 9 compatible: 256 Mb RAM Sound card DirectX 9 compatible.
Looks almost like supreme ruler 2020. 2D avatars of leaders.
There are also animations involved in armies moving/attacking.
This game is hard for tyrants!
Okay, I've been playing RON2 for a few weeks now.
I just want to share my gaming experience
Just a few things up front I should mention:
- This game is a simulation...not easy
- War? NO GOOD
- Politics: a bit overdone, too much micromanagement
- Play as any country
So I started of with a conservative mindset as Iceland...not bad, but it was pretty boring:
I like war, It's not a problem to find justification in paradox games, but RON2 doesn't really support war.
newspaper: new president. meeting. family member makes mess. demonstrations. some new product. international.
other country in war YEA on the other side of the world NOT ALLY(Usually Korea)
ecologists hate/love you
oldest person hates/loves you
disaster in some other country - you can aid
So that's pretty much it, if you wish to be a dictator, you need to slowly take rights away while increasing the budget on society/welfare
or you can choose a country like China, which is already under the authoritarian government's control.
Playing as a liberal leader is fun, but the waiting kills me. There is a bit of satisfaction though in helping your country prosper.
Playing as a bad dictator is awesome. I had a lot of fun while waging war against weaker nations which you can annex or colonize at the end of the day.