Crusader Kings II – Strategy Game Review

Strategy games are a growing phenomenon in the computer industry. With all of the new console releases, the demand for strategy games to fill in the gaps of the available releases have skyrocketed. With this demand, there has been an increase in the amount of strategy games that you can find on the market today.

Since I have a tendency to come across strategy games that are extremely annoying and are difficult to finish, I have tried to keep my review short when choosing a strategy game. These games tend to last for only about twenty to thirty minutes, which is why I tend to avoid most strategy games like the plague.

One brilliant strategy game is Crusader Kings II. It was actually one of the first games that I ever played on the Nintendo Wii. There were a few other strategy games that I played but this is the only game that I could truly appreciate. From the way it handles to the different levels that the game will give you, this is a game that you must play.

There is a reason that this is considered to be a crackpot fad. This game does not pull any punches in its content, it will make you think and it does not let you get away with being lazy. This game uses new technologies that are a breath of fresh air in the world of gaming.


Empire has you playing the role of the ruler of a kingdom. You will need to develop your nation to the point where you will be able to rule all of the territories that you see. The more resources that you develop, the better off you will be. You can also try to become a warrior, the best warrior being the one that rules over all of the people.

Another thing that I liked about this game was that you actually did control all of the aspects of the game. You could not run out of food, you could not run out of money or you could not have any of your subjects to revolt against you. This was a very good thing because I would like to have more options and freedom in the way that I am able to play a game. For example, if I want to create a character that I have control over, I would like to be able to do this in real time.

The best thing about Empire is that you actually have to play it before you are able to complete the game. The people who purchased the game will be able to upgrade the infrastructure of their realm and they will be able to expand their kingdom. This is a good thing because it allows me to enjoy the full potential of the game without being frustrated at the development time.

My recommendation would be to try the Crusader Kings II strategy game before purchasing this game. If you cannot complete the game, then you can always buy the expansion to the game and this will allow you to do the upgrades that you wish to do in the game.