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2012-02-13

“If I had to name an unreservedly positive aspect of Crusader Kings 2, it would have to be the attention to detail.”

2012-02-13

“For those willing to delve into the minutia of management the game is more than willing to oblige your meticulous approach and is infinitely rewarding as a result.”

2012-02-13

“Crusader Kings 2 will be great fun for those who have enjoyed Paradox's previous games...”

“It is however a fun diversion and achieves what it sets out to do in a competent manner.”
2012-02-13

“But there's something mildly sadistic about Crusader Kings II's complexity and reach. Maybe even passively aggressively sadistic. I'm not saying it's not accessible, becuase it is, to an extent.”

2012-02-13

“...you'll find one of the most challenging, entertaining and rewarding strategy games you've ever played.”

“It's like being the Game of Thrones. You build castles and invade Kingdoms, but you also get to bang courtiers and humiliate that disappointment of a son you banished to Wales”
2012-02-13

“As many of you will have noticed, Crusader Kings II came out on Valentine’s Day. This, as it turns out, was a good thing. “

2012-02-13

“For me, the genius of Paradox’ best grand strategy titles has always been that they don’t tell you what to do or how to win. Instead, they give you the tools to find your own way through history and let you live with the consequences. When the consequences are so human they mean all the much more and this is probably the most human strategy game I’ve ever played. If it...

2012-02-13

“CKII is a great game to play if you’ve an eye for diplomacy, economics and a heart for patience. 

“There’s clearly been a lot of work put into the game, and it’s balance of seriousness with complexity against enjoyment and simplicity is almost hitting the 50/50 nail straight on the head. 
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2012-02-13

“...for method enthusiasts clamoring for an immense degree of depth to their knowledge, Crusader Kings 2 comes very recommended.”

2012-02-12

“Without hesitating I marry minors, suppress whole peoples and let enemies be assassinated even it means bad press. Offers not only Holy Wars, but a complex simulation of medieval nobility."