Songs of the Holy Land contains 2 new songs, totaling more than 10 minutes, composed by the talented Andreas Waldetoft. These songs give more flavor to the player as he or she plays characters from the middle east.
Crusader Kings II is required to play this DLC.
Not my favorite music DLC, but the variety it adds is nice. If you play CK2 a lot, I would recommend getting all music DLCs, as together they add a lot to the great gaming experience.
Whilst the subject matter and the set-up may not be to everyone's liking, Crusader Kings II is definitely the most impressive game to date Paradox. The game mechanics are an interesting twist on a well-known genre, the code Itself is highly polished, and it's just a really fun and interesting game to play. Some minor improvements Could still be made, and this really is a game of patience, even more so than Other Paradox games. Like we said at the Beginning though, winning is playing, and there's something quite satisfying about leading your house to power and glory through whatever means you can, for as long as you can.e still has DLC that brings this beautiful and exciting music I recommend this game to all
If you loved the music from the Songs of Faith, Songs of Albion and Songs of the Caliph DLCs, you are going to like Songs of the Holy Land too. The music is composed by Andreas Waldetoft who did the music on Europa Universalis 3 and Majesty 2. Everybody should definitely check out his music, and support him by buying this. But here comes the bad side - you pay 2 dollars for music that you can only listen to in the game itself. I do not question how beautiful the tracks are, but I would definitely like to see them released on iTunes or just giving you mp3s. But other than that, the songs are awesome.
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