Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday Crack/Patch

Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday As the German war machine falls, two great nations rise to claim power. In the West, there is the United States, leader of the allied nations, and in the East lies the Soviet Union under communist rule. As both nations attempt to claim superiority, a new war is waiting around the corner; this time, the conflict will decide who will be the remaining superpower. Play as the ruler of one of 175 countries through World Wars II and III. As the Allies and the Soviet Union clash in Europe, the fate of the world hangs in the balance. Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday includes the original game and improvements requested from the previous title’s worldwide audience. World War III – Decide the remaining superpower to claim domination in world politics and warfare. Expanded tech trees with considerable detail in a new decade of warfare, allowing you to develop tactical nukes and other kinds of nuclear warfare as well as escort carriers and much more. Improved Diplomatic/Intelligence System reflects the increased political tension of the 1950s. Significantly improved AI. Tradeable Weapons – Equip your allies with the latest technological advances or get other nations to surrender their secrets to you. Complete scenario editor. [Paradox Interactive]

Download Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
8.8
Downloads 807
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Military, General
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Paradox Development Studio

Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday reviews ( 5 )

PeterR., Sep 9, 2007

It took me a long time to warm up to this game, due to its steep learning curve and complicated mechanics, but the sheer level of historical accuracy and depth kept bringing me back. Now I consider it the best strategy game ever designed. To call it an advanced game of Risk scarcely does it justice; no game, WW2-themed or otherwise, has so accurately emulated the actual conditions of war on this scale. So accurate are the mechanics that you will often find yourself in the same predicaments that faced the major powers: Germany running out of men and oil, the Soviets without good leadership after Stalin's officer purge, or the USA unable to intervene due to the isolationism of its citizens prior to Pearl Harbor. The game is set up so that events happen as they realistically should, though you can choose to diverge from history and create your own World War. You can also play as any nation in the world, and while many of them aren't very fun or interesting, it gives a great deal of variety and lets the player be creative. There is little I can think of to complain about this game, other than the fact that its complexity might prove to be too much for casual gamers. Most of the outstanding complaints I have of the original game have been addressed in this most recent version. (For those of you who do not already know, Doomsday is a standalone expansion and includes the original Hearts of Iron II.) Any fan of strategy, or any player with a lot of ambition, would do well to invest in the game, as it will give them hours and hours of fun and replay value.

EliasO., Jan 14, 2008

It's a great game, and any History/strategy gamer will just love it.. And there are several superb mods for it too, in particular Hearts of Iron2: Doomsday Armageddon Fallout mod It's awesome.

J.S., Jul 30, 2007

Like the most complicated game of Risk ever. Or just a really good RTS. None of the goofy rock-paper-scissors gameplay that many others have and the pausable real-time engine is a great idea for this type of game.

Twelvefield, May 17, 2006

A very deep, very engrossing political war game that happens to let you research and build pretty much every WWII weapon from a partisan with a pitch fork to an atom bomb, with everything in between. That, and it's half the price of the original game! Unimpressive, utilitarian graphics and sound, and a debateably enjoyable soundtrack based loosely on martial music from war movies and classical music, are coupled with a very clever AI system and some very well-polished options for international diplomacy. Too bad the game gets a bit crashy at times, but you could do a lot worse for the money. Complicated and addictive, this game is a winner!

theFoss, Aug 6, 2016

OK game, with a steep learning curve. Play balance can be difficult, in most games that I play as Allies (Usually US), the Soviets devour Europe, in it's entirety, well before I can deploy any force that they can't just crush should the WWIII option become active. Another problem I've encountered, if the US builds forces too quickly, the Japanese DO NOT declare war even into 1943, and you have to have moved your intervention marker enough to allow "Join Alliance", just to advance from watching time click off . On my PC running Win7pro, game occasionally crashes. ,