Dragon Commander Political Results: Gamers Split on Torture, In Favor of Stifling Freedom of Press

Larian Studios' Dragon Commander was into politics way before this shutdown business made politics cool. Today a new video shows off the political ideologies of the game's players, based on the collective results of their in-game decisions. How did they vote on hot topics like torture, freedom of the press, nudism and violent video games? The results might surprise you. Or maybe not. Or maybe yes.

Watch the video here.

To dive deeper into the details on the political decisions DC players made, visit the   Dragon Commander website with the latest Rivellon Times newspaper and some leaked info.

There's also a new patch.

Coincidentally - perhaps too coincidentally - the video's release comes shortly after the release of a massive update to the game, with a variety of issues fixed and a batch of new features introduced, including the gifting of units and resources, and improved battle results with deeper stats. Never before has multiplayer been so fun in this blend of strategy and role-playing. Full patch notes can be  found here.

And it's on sale...

As we tumble further down the coincidence hole, the game is also 40% off on   Steam and   GOG.com through Sunday. Let's go over that all again. Political video shows that gamers have questionable morals, big patch makes multiplayer more fun and fixes various things, and it's one hell of a deal right now. If you haven't played Dragon Commander yet, what are you waiting for?


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