Summary: Never - EVER - buy a downloadable game from Amazon that requires a Steam account. I bought and downloaded this game. See the price? Yeah, that's how much I paid. When I entered the product code, I got a message from Steam that said the product code was already registered to another account. Hmmmm....really? Whose account? It didn't say. There was an option on the message to "Retrieve the account".
Summary: OK, I knew steam was required, and I also knew that at times steam can be a real pain for some gamers; I've used steam before with no problem, but this time will be the last time, as there is no way to get a refund on downloads even when steam tells you to go away.
Summary: I've no idea yet about the quality of actual game. First, I have all the requirements to run it, and more. BUT, after loading, it doesn't run/play. It requires (as in NOT voluntary) the owner to apply to an on-line sales outfit called Steam or you cann't run the game. This is unethical. I would NOT have purchased it if I had known. Even the sales outfit requirement is hidden. Then, after applying, the game still doesn't run. DON'T BUY THIS GAME!!!
Great concept, tons of detail, incredibly flawed execution
28 May 2013
Summary: Paradox Interactive is a game design studio in desperate need of a good User Interface/User Experience department. They clearly care quite a bit about the subject of their games, but the interfaces are always so clunky as to make the games themselves unplayable. Crusader Kings II is probably the latest and greatest example of this issue, as it is a fantastically detailed game with tons of information - everything from the historical background of your characters and...
Summary: Produktschlüssel fehlte, Installation und Nutzung damit nicht möglich. Der Support von Koch Media wollte keine Abhilfe leisten, daher Rückgabe. Den Rezensionen zufolge scheint dies häufiger vorzukommen.