top of page

River Tech Group

Public·31 members



If you are a fan of grand strategy games that let you shape the history of your nation, you might want to check out Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun. This game, developed by Paradox Entertainment and released in 2003, covers the Victorian era (1837-1901) and beyond, up to 1936 if you have the expansion pack. You can play as any country in the world and guide it through political, economic, social, and military challenges. Whether you want to build a democratic empire, a tyrannical dictatorship, or something in between, Victoria offers you a deep and immersive simulation of the 19th and early 20th centuries.


Features of Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun

  • Historical and dynamic missions that guide your country through key events and decisions.

  • An advanced tech tree that covers the entire period, including the Industrial Revolution, the World Wars, and the Interwar period.

  • A global map with more than 2800 provinces and sea zones, each with its own resources, population, culture, and religion.

  • A military system that is linked with your policy decisions and allows you to wage wars, form alliances, and colonize new lands.

  • A deep political simulation that takes into account your government type, ideology, reforms, elections, revolutions, and more.

  • A detailed economic system that simulates the flow of resources in a world market, with supply and demand, tariffs, taxes, trade goods, factories, and more.

  • A Doomsday converter that lets you export your save game at the end of the game into Hearts of Iron 2: Doomsday, another Paradox game that covers the period from 1936 to 1953.

Why You Should Play Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun

Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun is not a game for everyone. It has a steep learning curve and a complex interface that can be overwhelming for new players. However, if you are willing to invest some time and effort into learning the game mechanics, you will be rewarded with a rich and satisfying gaming experience. Victoria is not just a game; it is a history lesson, a sandbox, and a challenge. You can learn about the historical events and personalities that shaped the world in the 19th and early 20th centuries. You can experiment with different scenarios and outcomes that might have happened if you had been in charge. You can test your skills and strategies against other players or against the AI. Victoria is a game that will make you think, plan, and react. It is a game that will make you feel like you are part of history.

Where to Buy Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun

If you are interested in buying Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun, you can find it on several online platforms. The game is available on [Paradox Interactive], where you can also buy the expansion pack Victoria: Revolutions and other add-ons. You can also find it on [Steam], where you can buy the complete edition that includes both the base game and the expansion pack. Alternatively, you can buy it on [], where you can get a DRM-free version of the game. The game is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.


  • [Wikipedia]

  • [Paradox Interactive]

  • [GameSpot]

  • [Steam]


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...
bottom of page