Summary: Arthur II tries to make a narrative for a story-driven fantasy game, and it does so fantastically! If you wanna enjoy this game you cannot expect the freedom of action that you have in the Total War series.
Summary: Excellent, story telling game I loved every minute. and after final patch, everything is working for my friends (I had no issues even before). Strategy could be deeper, but it is not that kind of game. this one actualy sets up the new genre. I love DLC even better then game (Love Roman times).
Summary: This is easily one of the most under-rated games I've had the pleasure to play. All in all, this is a really impressive game and I'm sad that I let the negative reviews on metacritic stop me from buying it earlier. It's an absolute gem, that strongly built on the first game in every way.
Summary: Excellent game, interesting and engaging up until the last 10% of the game. It has a weak ending, but up until then its atmospheric and exciting. The battle system could use some work, though I definitely enjoy it more than Total War. It could use a bit more conquest and diplomacy.
Summary: Purchased this game on the Steam sales this last weekend, and have been hooked on this for a while now. For those of you who are familiar with the first King Arthur: The Role-Playing Wargame title, you won't find anything particularly new in this, in terms of core mechanics..
Summary: Pros -Good graphics -Interesting gameplay events -Arthurian lore -A solidly built RTS -Interesting battles -Interesting creatures to use or fight on the battlefield Cons -Repetitive -Battles, and battle controls, feel awkward at times -Lack of true RP depth, many areas of gameplay, but still feels...
Summary: Ka2 is a tricky beast to review as it's proved somewhat divisive amongst its fans due to abandoning the open ended nature of the ka1's campaign in favor of a more driven campaign with new mechanics to reflect it.
Summary: KA1 was very much a diamond in the rough. Its game mechanics were rough but beneath those was a great concept which, at times, really managed to shine through. KA2 is less of the same. The concept is the same. You play a character who builds up an army and recruits more characters.
Summary: A nice mix between a RPG and RTS. Just like the first King Arthur game. Interesting setting, rich lore and deep gameplay. But then there is the technical state of King Arthur II. Crashes, bugs and game breaking glitches will accompany you you throughout the entire time you spend with this RTS.