As a fan of character-driven stories and making choices in games, Yes, Your Grace stood out as one of the best I’d played in a long time — even after the credits rolled, I still felt regret over some decisions and joy for others. The creators did a fantastic job weaving their interconnected stories together and deliver more emotion and intrigue than most triple-A studios manage. I’ll be thinking about this one for a long time to come.
Yes, Your Grace is a fascinating game with heart. Its short length might turn away some players, but it will be perfect for anyone who loves regret filled choices or was burned badly by the Game of Thrones finale last year. If you like your games with emotional variety and anxiety, you’ll enjoy your brief time with Yes, Your Grace.
Your kingdom’s future can sometimes feel too predetermined, despite the hundreds of decisions you’ll have made along the way, but the relationship between your king and his family is really what counts.
Took me 5 hours to fully complete the game, about a single day, but if you can get it for $5 like I did I think it was very worth it. Maybe not something I will remember forever, but a good use of 5 hours.
Actually, this game disappointed me. I read lots of reviews saying this is some kind of masterpiece. But, sadly, i didnt find out why. Management in the game is kinda poor and boring. Plot didnt make me interested at all, at some point i was that bored that i just turned off the game and deleted it...
Maybe, this is just not my genre, but im not sure if the problem was actually in point&click setting.
First of all, i was really annoyed by localization on other languages. Its either you play on english, or you get mixed up dialogues, wrong numbers in choices etc.
Secondly, its usually the case when you see lots of people came up, they are telling you their story, and you must choose either you help them or not. But, there is no option "wait, until i speak with other guests"! How do i understand can i help this person with my general, if i dont know will anyone else need him?
Finally, i totally didnt understand how economy in this game works. Somehow i was thrown to bankruptcy without actually doing anything. I was helping people with their problems, assisted merchants in their "start-ups" and anyways couldnt get positive number of gold without not paying to my general. Last thing caused situation, when i couldnt help peasants with their requests, and that came up with extremely low income which i even hadnt opportunity to fix.
And that is not a problem, actually. If the game would be really that fascinating, i would start it again. But i didnt, just because two hours before it were kinda wasted. Sorry.
SummaryThese are troubling times, Your Grace. The petitioners’ petty matters exceed our limited resources, to say nothing of the war. A careful balance must be struck. Your throne awaits.
In this kingdom management RPG, petitioners will arrive in the throne room each turn to ask for your advice and assistance. Decide whether to help them wit...