Reviews by eXistenZ
Endless possibilitieseXistenZ | July 1, 2013 | Review of Crusader Kings II
Although the tutorial is very lacking (as with all paradox games it seems), don't let that put you off. After a few tries you'll have understood the mechanics, and plot, fight and marry your way across Europe. The people you can play are almost unlimited (including the habsburgs, the hohenzollern and the paleologi), and no playthrough is the same. You'll spend 100's of hours on this, and still have the feeling there is so much to do. Worth every penny
Excellent expansioneXistenZ | Jan. 13, 2013 | Review of Sid Meier's Civilization V: Gods and Kings
With the addition of religion and espionage this expansion offers crucial new features to the main game. And it isnt the shallow religion of Civ 4, no, this time its completly customizable, making it far more intresting and dynamic. Just when the effect of religion wears off, espionage takes over. tell your allies about enemy plots, or keep the information for yourself and construct his downfall. Or use your spies to influence citystates and deliver a blow to the enemy's diplomacy. The possibilities are endless
A must have
Good, but glitchyeXistenZ | Jan. 7, 2013 | Review of LEGO Lord of the Rings
It is my first Lego game, after having spend years playing with the real stuff. The game is great to pass the time away, but unfortunatly a lot of glitches and some poor design fails will irritate you sometimes. I discovered a bug right at the end, preventing me from reaching 100%. The game is fun, but not so much fun that I want to do it all over again (and encounter that bug again). Not worth it at it's full price.