Suzerain, What a great game. Suzerain is a well-informed and well-informed RPG that leads itself through immersive storytelling. You take on the role of Anton Ryan, a politician in the fictitious state of Swordland, a 1950s country torn between West and East. It is your responsibility to determine the direction the country should take, and of course you also have to make sure that your legislation passes both the legislature and the courts.
But of course, you don’t alone have to decide in politics. You have to react to the actions of other politicians, deal with powerful companies and their interests, and you need to determine whether the public should have a voice in your administration. Then there’s your family, too.
You can go left or right with your policies. Join the fictional NATO or the Warsaw Pact. Fighting or annexing minorities. Save the economy or send it all to waste. It’s your choice.
The game surprised me with its depth and writing. From the moment I started I couldn’t stop until I reached the end. I myself am a political scientist and I often allow me to see conspiracy holes when it comes to political decision-making in games. But not that! It was executed surprisingly well. She does not rely on numbers or tables to defend her cause but instead on interesting personalities, all of which have their own backgrounds and goals.
Since it’s the best political game I’ve ever played, I had to write this review.
11/10 great recommendation 🙂
Source : steam