Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns

Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns

ROOF LIZARD May 17, 2014 @ 12:11am
Windows 8 x64?
Just wondering if anyone is running the game with Windows 8 x64?

Thanks for any help.
Last edited by ROOF LIZARD; May 17, 2014 @ 12:11am
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lochinvar1 Aug 22, 2014 @ 6:59am 
Late to the party, but yes, it works on 8 X64. Compatibility setting xp service pack 3.
WaZZa^ Sep 12, 2014 @ 12:53pm 
I'm running the game on Win 8 x64 and it lags like crazy, very slow. It is impossible to play like this, any suggestions?

Thanks.
Jeebus Sep 21, 2014 @ 8:47am 
I was having nasty lag and this seemed to fix it:

http://awakening.chimaerica.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=443

The game fails to start sometimes after making this change for some reason, but when it does start it plays lag free. I don't have this on steam though so maybe that is contributing.
Talon Oct 6, 2014 @ 1:49pm 
For anyone else having difficulty, I did what the website Jeebus posted says and it now works great. No lag at all. Just make sure you change the compatibility settings in the actual exe, and then run it from steam using the cooperative tag.
Maina Mar 11, 2015 @ 4:15am 
Wow this is old. I tried the fix above. Adding the "cooperative" tag makes it about unplayably laggy on the menu screet, whereas before it was only really having issues in the game itself. Using -x instead seemed to make it about half as laggy as it started, but that was still too bad to play (took a few seconds just to move a unit into the company slot to commission, let alone all six.)

Anyone have any further suggestions, if anyone still reads this?
Jubeithar Jul 25, 2015 @ 4:00pm 
Originally posted by Maina:
Wow this is old. I tried the fix above. Adding the "cooperative" tag makes it about unplayably laggy on the menu screet, whereas before it was only really having issues in the game itself. Using -x instead seemed to make it about half as laggy as it started, but that was still too bad to play (took a few seconds just to move a unit into the company slot to commission, let alone all six.)

Anyone have any further suggestions, if anyone still reads this?


Not sure if it still mathers but, did you try using both -x and cooperative? That seemed to have done the trick for me. (unless -x overrides cooperative or they aren't additive). I however did not use the "windows xp service pack 3" comptability but only the reduced color settings set to 16 bit as mentioned in the link.
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