Crusader Kings 2 Bundle (Game & 10 DLC) £7.42 @ BundleStars
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Crusader Kings 2 Bundle (Game & 10 DLC) £7.42 @ BundleStars

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Define world history - Pay only £7.42 for an epic Grand Strategy bundle worth over $100!

Crusader Kings II
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Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods DLC
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Crusader Kings II: The Republic DLC
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Crusader Kings II: Sons of Abraham
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Crusader Kings II: Sunset Invasion DLC
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Crusader Kings II: Legacy of Rome DLC
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Crusader Kings II: Customization Pack DLC
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Crusader Kings II: Ruler Designer DLC
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Crusader Kings II: Celtic Unit Pack
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Crusader Kings II: Saxon Unit Pack
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Crusader Kings II: Turkish Unit Pack
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14 Comments

One of the best PC games ive ever played. Took me 100 hours to get the hang of it but loved every minute.

freeman76

One of the best PC games ive ever played. Took me 100 hours to get the … One of the best PC games ive ever played. Took me 100 hours to get the hang of it but loved every minute.


I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the deep end - along with an anvil tied to your ankle. Tried to get into this with a 5 hour session and could just not make head or tail of what I was doing. The prospect of trawling Youtube for tutorials really ended my enthusiasm for what I'm sure would be a great game.

notos

I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the … I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the deep end - along with an anvil tied to your ankle. Tried to get into this with a 5 hour session and could just not make head or tail of what I was doing. The prospect of trawling Youtube for tutorials really ended my enthusiasm for what I'm sure would be a great game.



Yes they certainly dont make it easy. I watched several of Arumbas videos to get a basic handle of what was actually going on. I think it clicked for me around 60 hours. Ive never played a game with so much scope for a unique story and almost unlimited replayability. I almost gave up SO many times though, i totally get where you are coming from. They recently updated it with a decent tutorial scenario which might help.

freeman76

Yes they certainly dont make it easy. I watched several of Arumbas videos … Yes they certainly dont make it easy. I watched several of Arumbas videos to get a basic handle of what was actually going on. I think it clicked for me around 60 hours. Ive never played a game with so much scope for a unique story and almost unlimited replayability. I almost gave up SO many times though, i totally get where you are coming from. They recently updated it with a decent tutorial scenario which might help.


I might give that tutorial a go after I look at those videos you mention. Thanks for the reply.

notos

I might give that tutorial a go after I look at those videos you mention. … I might give that tutorial a go after I look at those videos you mention. Thanks for the reply.



No problem, I hope you don't send your sons away to train with the greeks. I did that, one came back with only one eye and became unattractive, and the other one returned gay, turned against me and poisoned me in my sleep. Haha Those Arumba videos are awesome, the guy is a pro at these complex games, here is a playlist of the tutorial series he made:

youtube.com/wat…eA_

It's been cheaper, but not for a long time - and it's CK2, so auto-vote hot!

I wouldn't recommend even attempting playing it without watching a youtube tutorial though; even those familiar with EU4 will struggle without an introduction to CK2's core concepts.

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TehJumpingJawa

It's been cheaper, but not for a long time - and it's CK2, so auto-vote … It's been cheaper, but not for a long time - and it's CK2, so auto-vote hot!I wouldn't recommend even attempting playing it without watching a youtube tutorial though; even those familiar with EU4 will struggle without an introduction to CK2's core concepts.



Has it been cheaper with these DLC ? I had a check but couldn't find anything?

jaystan

Has it been cheaper with these DLC ? I had a check but couldn't find … Has it been cheaper with these DLC ? I had a check but couldn't find anything?



The Internet never forgets

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notos

I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the … I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the deep end - along with an anvil tied to your ankle. Tried to get into this with a 5 hour session and could just not make head or tail of what I was doing. The prospect of trawling Youtube for tutorials really ended my enthusiasm for what I'm sure would be a great game.



Same here! I really must try again some day, sure it will be worthwhile if I can ever work it all out.

Absolutely amazing I've been looking to buy CKII, it's $39.99 on Steam just for the main game

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TehJumpingJawa

The Internet never forgets … The Internet never forgets :phttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/crusader-kings-1-complete-crusader-kings-2-dlcs-9-99-6-40-amazon-com-1463306



Wow thanks. Isn't it amazing that 2 and a half years ago there was that deal and not been matched sInce oO

(This is $9.99 with US VPN but still doesn't include as much as that deal)

Edited by: "jaystan" 12th Aug 2015

notos

I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the … I like complex games but Paradox really does throw the player in at the deep end - along with an anvil tied to your ankle. Tried to get into this with a 5 hour session and could just not make head or tail of what I was doing. The prospect of trawling Youtube for tutorials really ended my enthusiasm for what I'm sure would be a great game.



youtube tutorials are useless. they waste far too much of people's time. it is much easier and quicker to read written pieces.

look for walkthroughs and guides. there are a few ck2 wikis out there. i read a guide for León, which is the starting scenario (1066).

once you learn how to play you can start to understand what in-game goals you should take and how to use actions to achieve them and for a basis for how you should play as other states.

I only bought the game on the 1st of August and now I've done 115 hrs. Hispania is now Catholic.


Edited by: "plath" 16th Aug 2015

p.s this deal is okay. but I'm a neurotic completist so I wanted to have most of the 61 DLCs and content packs when I started playing.

a better way imo is to buy the CK2 2014 Collection off g2a (https://www.g2a.com/crusader-kings-ii-collection-2014-steam-cd-key-global.html) when it goes cheap. (I got it for £14 off a british seller with 300000+ transactions after waiting for the price to drop. used a 3% discount code and opted out of paying VAT). Which will give you 43 of the DLCs (+ Songs of the Yuletide is 44).

From there the main gameplay DLCs you need to get Way of Life, Charlemagne and now Horse Lords. I got the first two in the recent steam sale for £5 altogether. Waiting for Horse Lords collection to go on sale!

There are a few minor content packs missing from that collection is Songs of the Yuletide (but that's a free download on steam), Iberian Portraits, Early Eastern Clothing pack, Iberian Unit pack, Dynasty Shields Charlemagne and Early Western Clothing pack. These are like 50p in steam sales.

So you should be able to get the entire collection for less than £25 hopefully.

Edited by: "plath" 16th Aug 2015

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plath

p.s this deal is okay. but I'm a neurotic completist so I wanted to have … p.s this deal is okay. but I'm a neurotic completist so I wanted to have most of the 61 DLCs and content packs when I started playing. a better way imo is to buy the CK2 2014 Collection off g2a (https://www.g2a.com/crusader-kings-ii-collection-2014-steam-cd-key-global.html) when it goes cheap. (I got it for £14 off a british seller with 300000+ transactions after waiting for the price to drop. used a 3% discount code and opted out of paying VAT). Which will give you 43 of the DLCs (+ Songs of the Yuletide is 44).From there the main gameplay DLCs you need to get Way of Life, Charlemagne and now Horse Lords. I got the first two in the recent steam sale for £5 altogether. Waiting for Horse Lords collection to go on sale!There are a few minor content packs missing from that collection is Songs of the Yuletide (but that's a free download on steam), Iberian Portraits, Early Eastern Clothing pack, Iberian Unit pack, Dynasty Shields Charlemagne and Early Western Clothing pack. These are like 50p in steam sales. So you should be able to get the entire collection for less than £25 hopefully.



Good info but G2A is not allowed to be posted on here unfortunately
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