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Hearts of Iron IV Free Download Unfitgirl Every Paradox grand strategy game tries to capture the essence of an era: the rivalries and discoveries that defined it, the way they reshaped the world. In Hearts of Iron 4, all roads lead to global destruction as players use all the tools of progress to win a spectacular international deathmatch. The important distinction between Hearts of Iron 4 and the rest of Paradox’s strategy lineup is that Hearts of Iron is a scenario, not a sandbox. It’s a very big, very complicated scenario that can play out many, many different ways, but it’s not the open-ended playground of Crusader Kings or Europa Universalis. Those are games where the Iroquois can conquer the world, or the Viking can become the militant defenders of the Zoroastrian faith. Here, your options are more stark: as Germany, do you want to attack Russia now or wait until they attack you first? To quote Kierkegaard on the matter, “Hang yourself or do not hang yourself, you’ll regret it either way.” Outside those big, pre-war questions of alignment, and who is going to get it in the neck first, Hearts of Iron 4 is primarily a globe-spanning wargame. At one moment you can be micro-managing a pincer attack on Moscow, controlling one division at a time, and then you can zoom the camera out to encompass a whole hemisphere as you arrange an assault along a front line stretching across all of Africa. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES

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While you’ll spend most of your time making giving orders, and reassigning fleets and fighter squadrons, you always have to keep an eye on the industry, resources, and technology that will allow you to sustain the war. It’s not exactly the romance of the Desert Fox and Overlord, but I found managing my production lines and army composition to be enormously satisfying (perhaps worryingly so). Hearts of Iron 4 is a game of incremental decisions that take on mass and momentum to change the course of history. You might decide to pass on producing an entire generation of heavy tanks to try and roll-out more advanced models before anyone else, but that means losing over a year of production time where your armored divisions won’t be able to field heavies, while your opponents have the trump card on the battlefield. But that painful trade-off is only the beginning of your difficulties. When you do get the designs you want, you need to dedicate precious factories to building them, and I promise that they’re probably all building something else that’s war-critical. You can always re-task factories to building new things, but Hearts of Iron punishes players who don’t anticipate their needs effectively by making factories get more efficient the longer they produce the same thing. You want to leave production lines untouched for as long as possible, but that also makes it hard to replace obsolete weapons with newer models.

About Hearts of Iron IV

Hearts of Iron 4 is an incredibly complex World War II simulation that will require potentially hundreds of hours to master, both in-game and poring over wiki articles that read like an economics textbook. And as someone eager to invest that kind of time into a game as long as it continues to reward me with new layers of depth, I consider that a very good thing. Thanks to an unusually striking look and clean, easily navigable interface, the biggest challenges we Hearts of Iron 4 presents us with are the good kind: strategic planning, division composition, and fine-tuning economic and political policies. The payoff is brilliant for those willing to put in the time to learn. The amazingly large world map of Earth circa 1936 is made up of over 11,000 unique provinces, sea regions, and air zones. That’s roughly 250 times as many as a Risk board, and it really feels like a board gamer’s dream representation of Earth during the Second World War. Climates, terrain, the day/night cycle, weather patterns, and supply lines are simulated and animated down to the individual province, and all have noticeable effects on your units’ real-time movement and combat. At the highest level of play, you’ll be considering things like waiting for the weather to break before launching your armored offensive, and the dilemma of deploying your strategic bombers in the wee hours of the morning for better accuracy on vital targets or in the dead of night for a lower chance of being detected by enemy fighters and AA emplacements. FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Edition

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It added up to make me feel like I was really there on those North African battlefields of ‘42, considering all possibilities both foreseeable and unforeseeable to eke out a victory. Any nation that existed between 1936 and 1939 is playable, and while great powers like Germany, the US, and the United Kingdom are a lot more detailed, the experience of playing a minor nation is the best it’s ever been at release in a Paradox game. In Europa Universalis 4, for example, you might need to wait months or years for the Aztecs or the Mali Empire to be fleshed out in a patch or expansion. But HoI4’s generic focus tree (used by all nations who aren’t great powers and thus, don’t get their own historically geared focuses) is powerful and open-ended enough that mid-tier and even backwater countries can pick a faction and ideology (Democracy, Communism, or Fascism), make a contribution to the war, and have a good time. I only had eight divisions on the field, but they had kill-to-death ratios that would make a pro Counter-Strike player sweat.One of the most entertaining runs I attempted was as fascist Estonia, among of the smallest and least-advanced players in Europe. I buddied up to Germany, spammed industrial buildings to keep up in arms production, and held off the entire might of a Soviet army on the banks of Lake Peipus into early ‘45. I only had eight divisions on the field due to my tiny population, but they had kill-to-death ratios that would make a pro Counter-Strike player sweat, enough stored veterancy that their unit cards were emblazoned with skulls, and were overall just the hardest bastards on the entire Ostfront.

These amusing and flexible ahistorical options exist for the majors, as well.

By spending political power on national focuses and various, historically based government ministers, you can play as a Germany who pushes its luck as far as it can with political demands, but never actually fires a shot. You can oust Hirohito as Japan, put the workers of Tokyo in charge of a hardworking People’s Republic, and cast your lot in with Mao and the Soviets. You can foment support for a fascist referendum in the American heartland and decide Canada ought to be yours, and those tea-drinking Brits across the pond be damned for thinking otherwise. What’s astonishing is that Paradox foresaw and supported each of these alternate paths with a unique flag, country name, and quasi-historical leader to represent them. The amount of divergence that can take place in the relatively compact 1936-1948 timeline can’t match the centuries you have to play with in Europa Universalis or Crusader Kings, but there are plenty of alternate scenarios to uncover beyond the World War II we all know and love. I can’t get enough of alternate history, and the volume of crazy possibilities adds enormous replayability.Regardless of the path you choose, however, it’s likely as not to end with a stuttering stumble to the finish. Almost every campaign I played past 1944 or so bogged down my beefy Core i7 4770K with the complex AI orders being issued from Normandy to Nanjing, making the last push toward victory, or desperate defense against defeat, a slightly vexing affair. Watching armies putter around with a choppy frame rate takes some of the magic out of it. ELEX II

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But the high-level competition between nations and ideologies in Hearts of Iron 4 is, somewhat unintuitively, not really about commandos or dive bombers or tank battalions. Its beating heart is its intricate simulation of the industry and logistics that allow warfare to take place at all. Even the most gifted commander with the best technology and most elite soldiers would do best to knock out larger, more populous opponents quickly, as wise resource management and industrial development will almost certainly prevail in the long run. That factories, production efficiency, and developing your civilian sector can win you the war is an engaging realization that made me operate outside my comfort zone and think about global conflict in new ways. In addition to considering which ships to build and how many marines I needed to take Iwo Jima, I had to contemplate how to weigh arms production versus expanding my infrastructure in Michigan. I had to strike a balance with my manpower reserves between the factory floors and the front lines. A prominent industrialist in my government cabinet ended up making a larger contribution to victory across the length of the war than any hot-shot fighter ace or brilliant general. This all lends a sense of nuance and so many new, interesting strategic layers to the whole campaign.

The high-level focus became a double-edged sword the more I played, however.

When you’re expected to manage potentially millions of men and hundreds of factories all around the globe, the tactically brilliant actions of Able Company or the Desert Rats get lost in the mix. Tales of individual heroism go unheard in the blandness of statistically calculated warfare. By the same token, feedback about the performance of individual companies is a rare luxury, and Hearts of Iron 4’s interface makes it hard to track specific data after the fact about your new rocket artillery’s contribution to the battle, if the sandstorm severely affected your tanks, or when and how your crafty general outmaneuvered the enemy commander. I never felt like I was getting a lot of help in judging the success of decisions.All these things are happening under the hood, but remain largely invisible, especially with so much going on simultaneously. This often led me to one of two options: a policy of throwing army templates at a wall made of the enemy and sticking to the ones that made the biggest hole without ever fully comprehending the underlying mechanics, or simply building my armies based on what seemed to make sense based on my real-world, common-sense understanding of what tanks, bombs, and towed anti-aircraft guns do. I never felt like I was getting a lot of help in judging the success of these decisions in any way more complex than “You won” or “You lost.” ELDEN RING

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It’s a rewarding problem to try and solve, but it’s also a perfect one for the armchair strategist. The joy of Hearts of Iron is making those high-level compromises between the army you want, the army you have, and the army you can produce. Do your job well, and your troops will have a few key advantages when they enter combat, and weaknesses that you’ve anticipated and can compensate for. Do it poorly, and units will slowly wear-out as equipment replacements dry-up, while ceding one advantage after another to the enemy. That’s much harder to do when the war is at its height, enemy bombers are striking your industries, and the consumption of equipment begins to drastically outstrip production. But that’s also when Hearts of Iron 4 is at its most enjoyable. A good offensive that encircles and destroys 12 enemy divisions isn’t just a nice maneuver, but it represents the destruction of months of production and training. Unleash your new tanks on the enemy following a long-awaited upgrade, and it’s thrilling to see the increased hitting power of your armored units.

Assuming you can see it. Like all Paradox games, Hearts of Iron has a problem with making its combat palpable and intuitive. There are so many variables at play during a battle, and each unit has so many different statistics that influence its performance in different circumstances, that the combat system becomes opaque. You can see the effect of next-generation weapons when they arrive on the battlefield, until their counterparts appear, but it’s incredibly difficult to see the impact that a new element of the “mass assault doctrine” has on your armies, or what the hell a signals company is really doing for your units, especially when you consider that they’re involved in battles with dozens of other such units. That’s not a deal-breaker, because just knowing basic things like “I have and tanks and they have infantry” is good enough to drive most decision-making, but it means that a lot of the nuance promised by the research and unit-design system is completely hidden away inside cryptic stats and an automated combat resolution system.

Add-ons (DLC):Hearts of Iron IV

Wallpaper Preview Depot German Historical Portraits United and Ready Rocket Launcher Unit Pack Allied Radio Music Pack
German March Order Music Pack British Tanks Unit Pack US Tanks Unit Pack Soviet Tanks Unit Pack Heavy Cruisers Unit Pack Famous Battleships Unit Pack
French Tanks Pack German Tanks Pack War Stories Axis Armor Pack+ Hearts of Iron IV: Sabaton Soundtrack Vol. 2 Death or Dishonor
Includes All DLC’s Hero Edition (Ikaron) -Man the Guns Wallpaper (Pre-Order) Waking the Tiger -Colonel Edition Upgrade Pack – Original Soundtrack
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Athlon II X4 650 @ 3.20 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5850 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX470 with 1GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct X- compatible soundcard.
Additional Notes: Mouse and keyboard are required. / Latest available WHQL drivers from both manufacturers/ Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer, Up to 32 other players in multiplayer mode.

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 64-bit or newer
Processor: Intel Core i5 750 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.20 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 6950 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX570 with 2GB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
Sound Card: Direct X- compatible soundcard.
Additional Notes: Mouse and keyboard are required. / Latest available WHQL drivers from both manufacturers. / Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer, Up to 32 other players in multiplayer mode.

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