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mi1ez 9th February 2011, 09:38 Quote
Wow, Very different! Not my cup of tea necessarily, but I can see how it would appeal!
deathtaker27 9th February 2011, 09:45 Quote
seems very interesting, worth a look at me thinks :)
logonui 9th February 2011, 10:27 Quote
It's not the sort of game I usually play but I feel strangely intrigued. I'll be watching this one closely I think.
Tangster 9th February 2011, 11:27 Quote
Sounds great. Hopefully it'll retail for ~£20-25.
WildThing 9th February 2011, 15:24 Quote
This looks quite interesting actually.

Joe,

Is there no fighting in it at all then? Can you even go to war? Are you able to deliberately breed certain traits into the family with a view to a military campaign in the future?
CardJoe 9th February 2011, 15:30 Quote
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Originally Posted by WildThing
This looks quite interesting actually.

Joe,

Is there no fighting in it at all then? Can you even go to war? Are you able to deliberately breed certain traits into the family with a view to a military campaign in the future?

From what I understand there is fighting and basic strategy elements, but I haven't seen them in detail. I'll bring you more info nearer release though, don't worry.
WildThing 9th February 2011, 15:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by CardJoe
From what I understand there is fighting and basic strategy elements, but I haven't seen them in detail. I'll bring you more info nearer release though, don't worry.

Ah ok, nice one.

Cheers
SaNdCrAwLeR 9th February 2011, 16:01 Quote
1st Crusader Kings was awesome, this one'll be epic... after all the release bugs are fixed, as per usual :P
mucgoo 9th February 2011, 18:36 Quote
There is fighting, the first game has a system in a similier vein to Europa universals 2. I'm guessing CK2 will have a modified EU3 combat engine with less reliance on dice rolls.
However you have to raise standing armies and they are cripplingly expensive. If you raise all your men in a well developed country it will be at least 4 time your total budget so campaigning require a long period of saving.
The idea is to expand via marrying into other family lines.
LordPyrinc 10th February 2011, 01:11 Quote
The concept definitely differs on the typical strategic conquer all your neighbors games. I look forward to hearing more about it when it's finished.
CowBlazed 10th February 2011, 21:46 Quote
This sounds great, Paradox has been on a roll with these semi-indie titles and I'm liking it.
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