Reviews and Problems with Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms
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It is a real nice game. And a whole new learning curve as ...
Gary Cooper, Amazon
6 December 2014
Summary: It is a real nice game. And a whole new learning curve as opposed to the original Total War games. This one is much slower pace, and great if you are more into the strategic side of the game as it is much more time intensive to manage that side.
Summary: i like the game but after trying install patches and patches it doesnt work keep getting crash when enter to a battle. Total War support forum wasnt helpful at all. Im mad spend money on it and it doeent work for me, but it work for some ppl dont noe why
Summary: While it claims to add 100+ new units, there are only around 5-6. The rest are reskins of the units in the original game. Exactly the same about the new buildings. The "9 new agents" are, once again, reskins, with spies turned into "scouts" and diplomats into "guides". Hotseat mode is a joke.
Summary: I have been a loyal fan of TW since Shogun but I doubt I will buy another. This XP will install securom onto your PC without your permission and unless you are very computer savy you will not be able to remove it.
Summary: The Medieval Total War series always was, and continues to be one of the best RTS in the industry. I have no issues with the platform. What I do have issues with is the false and misleading advertising that surrounded this expansion.
Summary: This wasn't what it said it was. I bought this for my husband for Christmas and he specified he wanted the expansion pack not the original game. When it arrived it looked identical to the original game and is in face no different.