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Why does Paradox have so much success with its historically based series like Crusader Kings? Why was there so much interest in Kingdom Come Deliverance, a game that actually marketed itself as being… (View Post)
I mean full historical title. Attila is basically an expansion for Rome 2 in the same way Barbarian Invasion was to Rome 1 they cover the same period. They just decided to make it run stand alone in … (View Post)
It is historically based, as in it tries to recreate the geopolitical situation of a period of time and then leaves the player free to mess about in it. Having fun little easter eggs is not comparabl… (View Post)
Thanks! I also agree that splitting Troy into two modes is also risky and consider three kingdoms was a full title not a saga game and it still fell short in that respect. However we now have two tea… (View Post)
I liked how they went with it. The illiad is not a factual account but its not warhammer with monsters fighting for the armies. Its a war of mortal men, meddling gods and powerful heroes but still me… (View Post)