Reviews for Crusader Kings Complete [Legacy]
Quite goodDanielZo0 | June 12, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
Good.The game is compatible with Windows7 64-bit. It's easy and funny to play in face of his old age. I recomend it for people who can not afford at the moment the second chapter. In fact this game proves to be an excellent alternative to familiarize yourself with the mechanics and the intrigues of courts.
Great King Sim/strategy gameXibalba | Dec. 21, 2012 | See all Xibalba's reviews »
One of the best and the brightest paradox title: difficult, exciting and very satisfying in every part. the main goal is to help your lineage to survive, write a story about your family. It is strange for a strategic game but every character lives...your wife, your sons, your ancestors, your enemies. This is a tale engine about a family. Your family. The political system is very complex and the backbone of the game, it's all about relations between members of your family/vassals, not so much about war and conquests. Very deep game
Nice history-filled ttitle!newn | Aug. 11, 2011 | See all newn's reviews »
What I liked the most about Crusader Kings is that a lot of attention was paid to history in this game. I like history myself, so all those names and dates weren't just something out of the blue. it was something that made the game even better in my eyes. And not only dates and names! The game also focuses on biographies and personalities, so you will be playing each of the campaigns (William the Conqueror's victory in the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Hundred Years War in 1337, and the Third Crusade of 1187) with different personalities. And every one of them are filled with diplomatic machinations, economical decisions and military control. I think that this game is really worth those 20€. Not only if you like history, it's a great strategy game. And if you do like history - you can even learn more or see how much you already know.
Intrigue on the mapfearon | April 7, 2011 | See all fearon's reviews »
Have you ever wanted to be a great noble - live in luxury, have few bastards and make couple of intrigues? If you say 'yes' you must try Crusarder Kings. This game shows king live much better than any movie, game or book, and use for it only a typical for Paradox games map! Once you entered this world of conspiracy and intrigues, you won't stop playing your own game of thrones for a long time.
Greatest King sim of any timekeeveek | April 4, 2011 | See all keeveek's reviews »
I just love this game. It's more complicated than most of today's strategy games nowadays. No other title does not give you such a sense of the management of the feudal state. As I said, it's more a simulator than a strategy. The player gives the lands and titles on their vassals, organizing alliances and conspiracies tied. All the time you need to observe the events that take place in our court - many will look forward for the right moment to stick your knife in the back and take your place. You also need to take care of the offspring, if you do not have an heir - Your country will fall apart between the vassals. Also look out for its relations with the Vatican - where the pope excommunicated impose on you, do not end up too well. In addition, the player has an opportunity to expand their dominions by putting new buildings, modernizing the army and so on. I recommend this game. Currently, there is nothing better. Excellent warm-up prior to the Crusader Kings II!