Revolutions - Victoria II: A House Divided Developer Diary Video

Narrated by the game's executive producer, Johan Andersson, the developer diary gives an insight in how revolutions and political movements now work in Victoria II: A House Divided.

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Rush_Gremlin
Rush_Gremlin

Europa and Hearts of Iron are way better. I hated victoria.

ggregd
ggregd

Paradox updates always seem to be minor enhancements that make the game easier to manage while simultaneously adding things that make it more complex (aka "deeper") so accessability turnes out to be a wash. They also seem like things modders would add that should have been in the game in the first place.

tunaface
tunaface

Bob Ross? Anyone? Anyone?

Neo_Sarevok
Neo_Sarevok

Uh oh, Paradox Interactive! That means... ::Watches Trailer:: "Political movements can be two different categories... They can be focused on a reform or a nationalistic movement. Political movements are, first trying to work inside da system. They're working inside the system trying to achieve their goals, and only until they're become extremely radicalized that the movement turns into a military uprising. So how did they do dat working within the system? First of all, a political movement, or a reform movement, will only have the desire for one... one reform..." ::Head explodes.::

Neo_Sarevok
Neo_Sarevok

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Neo_Sarevok
Neo_Sarevok

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pidow
pidow

A little too much work for me.