I love games made by Paradox, I have spent 5 hours non stop playing Victoria 2 A House Divided lol
CK2 is just the simplest Paradox game basically. No need to worry about anything but your heir. That's why many love it so much.
HoI3 is the best Paradox game thus far.
ArmA2: "Doc, I'm wounded, I can barely aim and I'm bleeding badly, come on pull my body out of the harm's way and treat me before I die!"
ArmA3: "You are wounded! Click to instantly regenerate health whenever you feel like it!"
Giving 'authenticity' an entirely new meaning, together with Medal of Honor.
Paradox is promising that alternative history will be possible in "Their Finest Hour" DLC. In fact up to a point where you can set up which country is in which alliance at the very start (there's a screenshot showing a fascist Italy and a "usual" Italy being the leaders of 2 of the alliances)
We'll see how that promise holds up.
I like more Arsenal of Democracy, since the AI uses some strategic tactics when defending and attacking than vanilla mass plain mob placing in the frontier
Have any of you experienced Sengoku? I heard it's kinda CK2 in Japan... but is there any difference? The only experience I have with Paradox games are EU3 and HoI3...
Btw, Gamersgate are having a sale on paradox games... dont know how long it will last, I'm currently eyeing on Pride of Nations
Europa Universalis IV is under development.
Kotaku - "The Grandest PC Strategy Game of All Returns in 2013":
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - "History Repeats Itself: Europa Universalis IV Details":
Strategyinformer - "Europa Universalis IV Interview":
It pains me to see that Norway's counties are still bitterly screwed up. Which reminds me I need to finish up my Norway county mod for CKII.
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I'm new to EU4 and CK2. Bought both; I'm playing the sh** out of CK2 now. I love it's role playing aspect pretty much, which is not so strong in EU, hey, I am a n00b here.
My setup: Intel core i7 2600k 3.4 GhZ, 8GB RAM, NVidia GTX-570 on Win7x64pro, ArmA residing on a 256 GB Crucial M4 SSD