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Submitted by GRamirez 374d ago | review

Rise of Venice Review - Pixel Related

Whether or not you’ve played Kalypso’s similar offerings in Port Royale 3 or Patrician IV, Rise of Venice offers a unique and interesting period piece that places you in the role of a budding Venetian trader. Though the game is an open world version of the Mediterranean Sea, there’s a compelling little storyline that draws you slowly through the game’s features. Starting out simply with one ship and a dream, heading down shore you’re limited to trading in a small fraction of the world’s available goods, until you get some experience under your belt (and get approval from Venice’s Senate). (PC, Rise of Venice) 8.5/10

P0werVR  +   374d ago
Already enjoying this game.
oqacatto587   374d ago | Spam

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