Excerpt: Last year, I randomly stumbled on an old, graphically ancient medieval strategy game called Knights of Honor . It's a fairly simple game to master, as you spend 90-100% of the time staring at a map of Europe, essentially only managing the "strategic map" portion of the Total War games.
Summary: Paradox Interactive are back again with ANOTHER expansion for . The Rajas of India is the sixth expansion to have graced Crusader Kings II, and while it doesn’t introduce any new gameplay features, it comes with a whole host of content.
Conclusion: While Rajas of India is not as massive an update as the Old Gods was it does provide an interesting addition to the title’s overall religious metagame. I’ve noticed that Muslim factions don’t simply overrun the Byzantine empire within the first century or so.
Cons: New multiplayer can be a little slow., Multiplayer servers can be difficult to find on occasion., Some of the additions don’t feel like they have a massive effect on the game in Western Europe.
developers at the Paradox Development Studio have done it again: they have
truly broken expectations. When Crusader Kings II came out, there were
some complaints that it was an unpolished game and that it was only a slight
upgrade from its critically acclaimed predecessor.
Excerpt: I absolutely love medieval history. I have dug myself into a great many books learning about the old kingdoms. So when I was given the opportunity to take control of these kingdoms I was happy.
Summary: I recently reviewed saying that is was Crusader Kings II with MOAR WAR, but you might end up missing the in-depth politics that Crusader Kings II has. If you agreed with me, then I have the perfect solution for you.
Conclusion: If you’ve never picked up a CKII expansion before, The Old Gods would be the perfect place to start. Saying that, there’s no reason you shouldn’t pick up the other expansions either, but we guess it depends on what you like to play as.
Excerpt: Crusader Kings II needs almost no introduction. One
of the grandest of the grand strategy titles from Paradox Interactive, Crusader
Kings II presents a player with the monumental task of guiding a medieval
dynasty to greatness through micromanaging everything from fiefs and titles to