An in-depth strategy game with all the detail you might ...
30 September 2014
Summary: An in-depth strategy game with all the detail you might want. It does require Steam to run, at least for initial set-up. If you want to save some money, you can purchase the actual disc on Amazon from the UK; just be prepared to wait a couple of weeks.
Summary: I'll be honest I've only ever used this item in a mod of the game (Game of Thrones mod. Check it out.) But its pretty cool. It opens up this new "Republic" tab that you can access, where you compete in the elections and stuff.
Summary: almost any DLC for this game improves it because Paradox sells us these games that no one else makes in the same way only half finished , IMAO, that is why they nickle and dime the gaming public with dlc that consists of pictures of kings , or songs , lol, we know we are being ripped off but what...
Summary: The game focuses on the dynasties of the medieval times where your not controlling a country like in Civ 5 or Europa Universalis but rather a character that changes depending on the choices you make.
Summary: I really do like this game. But it escapes my mediocre intellectual level. I watch Let's Plays of it on YouTube instead. I can now enjoy the game without wanting to talk a long walk on a short pier.
Summary: When I first bought this expansion, I had the impression that I will be able to play as the Norse and do a lot of Viking raiding and conquering. I then found out after I bought it that it not only allows me to play as the Vikings, but the Mongols as well.
Summary: If you're really into medieval warfare and politics, this is the game for you. I learned a lot about medieval politics and succession through this game (how much is historically accurate is another question).
Summary: I quickly found that republics end up with lots of money, especially if properly managed. Of course, they also have the potential to spend even greater amounts of money. I think this is my favorite of the expansions. It offers a new twist to the game, and definitely requires a different touch.
Summary: First of all, this game is great. It's by far the most in-depth and complex strategy game I've ever played. On the other had, I'll admit that I was bored for the first 30-60 minutes of playing. Also, I had to watch several guides to understand it.
Summary: My 12 year old son bought this game and loved it. He kept asking me to play. I finally tried and was overwhelmed by the massive amount of information and it seemed too complicated. I went back later and tried again at his urging.