Crusader Kings II takes on pirates [Video]

17 Feb 2012 by John Robertson
The only downside to Crusader Kings II being released earlier this week is that it means no more 'Seven Deadly Sins' trailers. These intentionally awkward am-dram pastiches have been a welcome relief from the usual deluge of CG-filled trailers, and neatly avoided the inherent problem of marketing a game where you spend a lot of time just looking at a map of Europe. Sit back then, for the final trailer in the series. In it, the king must deal with the threat posed by the dastardly Swiss pirate 'Downlow Ding'. I ... I feel like they're trying to tell us something, but I'm not sure what. Crusader Kings II is out now for the PC. I've spent a few happy days trying to murder my extended family in the name of feudal superiority, so expect a full review early next week. [video2=2727]

The only downside to Crusader Kings II being released earlier this week is that it means no more ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ trailers. These intentionally awkward am-dram pastiches have been a welcome relief from the usual deluge of CG-filled trailers, and neatly avoided the inherent problem of marketing a game where you spend a lot of time just looking at a map of Europe.
Sit back then, for the final trailer in the series. In it, the king must deal with the threat posed by the dastardly Swiss pirate ‘Downlow Ding’. I … I feel like they’re trying to tell us something, but I’m not sure what.
Crusader Kings II is out now for the PC. I’ve spent a few happy days trying to murder my extended family in the name of feudal superiority, so expect a full review early next week.
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