Summary: It's a pretty complex game with the economy and everything else. If you buy it it's going to take some time to learn and figure things out perfectly. I've done a few of the tutorials and most of the time i can pick games up like this instantaneously without tutorials, not CKII!
Summary: I had some fun with it here and there, but there is far too much just waiting around. I think it is probably the weakest out of the major CK2 expansions. If you want the financial benefits of a Republic without playing as a Republic, just give one of your landless courtiers a city (make sure and...
Summary: Absolutely necessary addition to CK2 and well-made as well, but charging £9.99 for it is simply ridiculous. Reformation of pagan religions a very good idea but it still lacks ability to create custom-made empires.
Summary: Review by casual gamer: I have a love/hate relationship with this game, the hate side likely because I am a VERY casual gamer. I like conquest games as a distraction - not really to be challenged and certainly not to fail. I have two main issues with this game: (1) it's too difficult and (2) Steam.
Summary: Having read several reviews prior to downloading, I expected a fair amount of frustration with the early hours of this game. I should have been prepared for more. Had I not kept at it, I would have rated it lower, but gradually things become more clear and the enjoyment of the game increased.
Summary: This is a very fun game and can be quite addicting if played right. There are a lot of things on it I would like changed but for the most part everything is fine. All the controls are easy to use and labeled well.
Summary: The more I play Crusader Kings, the more I find myself thinking that the programmers think themselves entirely too clever. This DLC definitely helped dramatize that for me. The truth was that I found that this didn't add as much as I expected.