Steam Deal: Medieval II: Total War 75% off @ £2.49 ** PC ** - HotUKDeals
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Take command of your army and expand your reign in Medieval II - the fourth installment of the award-winning Total War series of strategy games. Direct massive battles featuring up to 10,000 bloodthirsty troops on epic 3D battlefields, while presiding over some of the greatest Medieval nations of the Western and Middle Eastern world. Spanning the most turbulent era in Western history, your quest for territory and power takes you through Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, and even onto the shores of the New World.

You'll manage your empire with an iron fist, handling everything from building and improving cities to recruiting and training armies. Wield diplomacy to manipulate allies and enemies, outsmart the dreaded Inquisition, and influence the Pope. Lead the fight in the Crusades and bring victory to Islam or Christianity in the Holy War. Rewrite history and conquer the world. This is Total War!
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banned#1
Very good game. Well worth 2.50 Hot from me :)
#2
I've gone right off steam. I've found out that the game I've bought can't be upgraded to the latest version, so I can't play multi-player. Or rather, it can be upgraded if steam put the upgrade on their servers - but they just haven't bothered.

Buying from steam is not at all like buying the full game. It may be cheap, but that's because you're getting a cut-down product in many ways.
#3
Surely you can get the update elsewhere, if its merely a game that steam sell?
#4
GDB2222
I've gone right off steam. I've found out that the game I've bought can't be upgraded to the latest version, so I can't play multi-player. Or rather, it can be upgraded if steam put the upgrade on their servers - but they just haven't bothered.


That's a bit odd, as the fact that steam keeps track of updates is one of the reasons I like it. It's annoying to want to play an old game, fire it up and only then find you've a 3GB update waiting. I like steams pro active approach keeping everything up to date.

What's the game?
#5
GDB2222
I've gone right off steam. I've found out that the game I've bought can't be upgraded to the latest version, so I can't play multi-player. Or rather, it can be upgraded if steam put the upgrade on their servers - but they just haven't bothered.

Buying from steam is not at all like buying the full game. It may be cheap, but that's because you're getting a cut-down product in many ways.


what game is it?
its up to the devs/publisher of the game to supply steam with the update
there is a post on steam forums that lists games that are not up to date in case you want to check out a game before you buy it
here it is, but it only up to date as far as 05-23-2009 http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=838858

this deal is hot from me, great game, i have it on steam and as far as i know its fully up to date
#6
Fan-fu**ing-tastic game @ an absolutely crazy price!
#7
GDB2222
I've gone right off steam. I've found out that the game I've bought can't be upgraded to the latest version, so I can't play multi-player. Or rather, it can be upgraded if steam put the upgrade on their servers - but they just haven't bothered.

Buying from steam is not at all like buying the full game. It may be cheap, but that's because you're getting a cut-down product in many ways.


Men of War?

Yeah, steam's patching system really needs some flexibility in it (so do all of the digital distribution systems really but steam is one of the worst).

Still, at least it's not games for windows live and it's one month plus long patch approval system.
#8
Valve's own games (LF4D, TFC, HL etc) are all easily patched but I can see how games from other companies can get caught up with niggles in patching.
#10


That also includes Kingdoms, which is an addon and Steam want £14 in total for. That on its own is a hot deal!
#11
tickedon
That also includes Kingdoms, which is an addon and Steam want £14 in total for. That on its own is a hot deal!


should i post it? lol
now posted
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/551694/medieval-ii-total-war-gold-edition-
#12
tickedon
That also includes Kingdoms, which is an addon and Steam want £14 in total for. That on its own is a hot deal!


For the pack, yes.

For Kingdoms on it's own - £4.99, bringing the combined price to £7.48. Not too bad if you want to pay the premium for I WANT IT NOW! (better than £14 anyway!)
#13


Accidental Hot Deal - awesome! :thumbsup:
#14
The one I got was Stalker, which works fine in single player mode, but Steam have not included the latest update - even though that was issued in early 2008! I'm pretty cross, actually, as I'd like to try the multi-player version and I don't really want to pay again to buy the game.


"its up to the devs/publisher of the game to supply steam with the update"
I don't see why Steam can't just download it like I did!

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