Summary: I like that each of the Paradox titles contains the many aspects you'd expect of a grand strategy game (military campaigns, exploration, trade, industry, technologal development, politics, etc.), but that each game puts the focus on one or two of those.
Summary: The entire collection is on Steam. If you like grand strategy, this is for you. The original Crusader Kings is a bit dated, but it seems to work on Windows 7. The resolution needs to be modified either from the config file, or the launch parameters.
Christians, muslims and pagans. Who shall rule the world?
Petri Ikonen, Amazon
16 August 2013
Summary: I have never liked this type of games. In this you control a dynasty and just try to survive to the end... or what the hell! Take over the known world! Interface is decent and involves a lot of clicking and patience, multiplayer works and is a ton of fun! Well worth the money.
Summary: Apparently, my lunatic ruler has mistaken his maid for a giant gopher, appointed his horse as chancellor, rammed Cthulhu in a longboat, declared the wearing of pants illegal (and later made turnips the kingdom currency).
Summary: Guess what... all the key is steam and I have attached it all in my steam library easily. No need to download it from "Amazon", just copy the "Product Code" and paste it into the "Steam Library". Warning: For strategy gamer only.
Summary: This is a game with great detail and variety. You can build and Empire, but the key is managing you dynasty. Doesn't matter if you are king or emperor, you need qualified heirs from your dynasty or you are looking at possible game over. This is a game about people . . .er . . .