Rally to the standard and light up the Dark Ages in this classic Total War game of real-time battles and turn-based strategy.
As a warrior king, expand your area of influence and consolidate power with an artful mix of diplomacy, commerce and war.
Rule wisely across the campaign map to build your empire’s infrastructure, cities and trade routes, then master the art of diplomacy to disarm enemies, empower allies and gain the favour of the Pope and on the battlefield, conduct siege warfare and lead your armies into epic clashes to bring rival kingdoms to their knees.
Embark on an empire-building adventure of immense scale and ambition as you lead one of 17 factions through five centuries of Total War across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
Master sophisticated turn-based strategy as you enforce public order, deploy spies and assassins, make peace with your neighbours… or send your armies after them.
Embroil yourself in heady real-time clashes as you command infantry, cavalry and siege engines.
Revel in a classic Total War game rich in features beloved by fans of the series. Initially released in 2006 and containing all additional content, Medieval II: Total War Collection is excellent value and runs well on older hardware.
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This game is amazing, and it is necessary to have the medieval 2 collection for the full experience. First off, medieval 2 lets you conquer almost all of Europe and even the Americas! The expansions in the collection along with the base game lets you play so many different factions from the kingdom of England to Aztecs! The replayability of Medieval 2 is endless and boundless because each kingdom is not only unique in their starting locations but unit variety as well! The gameplay is very well done as battles will often have thousands of troops fighting each other at your command. The visuals are a little dated but hold up very well. I recommend this to any hardcore RTS fans, especially total war fans who have yet to play medieval 2!
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