The following was taken directly from the website
-Play from 1400 to 1650 in Sandbox mode with infinite replayability.
-Hire new artists, both procedurally generated and historical: Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Caravaggio as well as female artists such as Sofonisba Anguissola and Artemisia Gentileschi.
-Customize your guild with furniture, wallpapers, floors, decorations and more.
-Form relationships and romances, both heterosexual and homosexual.
-Paint in different Renaissance art styles: Chiaroscuro, Sfumato, Cangiante, Unione and Tenebroso.
-See more painting sizes and visual diversity.
-Listen to new great songs by Morvan, our soundtrack composer.
-Craft items like paint brushes, canvases and colors.
Side-Note: CARAVAGGIO! One of my most favorite painter. This guy is one interesting dude and talented artist. Seriously, check him out. There is even murder in his background muhahaha
I was actually surprised by how much I enjoyed the game and how much multitasking I had to do considering it is still in alpha stage AND did not even have many of the features that is going to be in it upon release. From the pixel versions of the famous works of art, to the little history related mails you receive that affects your prestige just like how it would in real life, I enjoyed them all. I would highly recommend this game for sure and eagerly await the final product when all of the planned features are implemented and ready for action. Plus, cmon! If you think about it, this game may very well be the first of its kind. And when I say kind, I mean a hybrid of history, art, and management/simulation game. Honestly speaking, I try to get as much Renaissance games as I can. I wish a Baroque one will pop up somewhere (if anyone knows anything let me know!).
Stay tuned for the interview with the developer in the next post! I really hope you like this review so far! Love you guys