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Crusader Kings 2 is free to test on Steam until 23 February
On its three year anniversary, Paradox has made Crusader Kings 2 free to play (for a bit) through Steam.
Crusader Kings 2 patched and hotfixed to version 2.3.2
Crusader Kings 2 patch 2.3.1 has swiftly been followed by a hotfix to take the game to 2.3.2 today, after the former patch introduced a bug that prevented the building of holdings.
Cities: Skylines’ A Lot of New Footage trailer contains puns
Cities: Skylines‘ newest trailer is less about lots of new footage and more about a campaign that’ll get you a special building when the game launches.
Runemaster production halted by Paradox
A post over on the Paradox forums contains some rather terminal news for the future of Runemaster, the internally developed Norse-themed RPG.
Crusader Kings 2 Way of Life DLC announced, patch 2.3 to be open beta
Paradox has officially announced the next piece of DLC for Crusader Kings 2, Way of Life.
Hearts of Iron IV talks tanks in teaching trailer
Paradox have enjoyed a nice visit to the Swedish “Arsenalen” museum of military vehicles, where they’ve filmed this new Hearts of Iron IV promotional trailer.
Crusader Kings II Patch 2.2.1 released, adds pre-867 diseases
There aren’t many games for which “diseases can now occur prior to 867 AD” would be a patch note, but Crusader Kings II is a bit of a special case when it comes to things like this.
Europa Universalis IV Patch 1.8 accompanies Art of War release
As tends to be the case whenever a major Paradox grand strategy game gets a DLC expansion, it’s accompanied by a very large patch that adds stuff for all players.
Cities Skylines details city services in highlights video
A city without well organised fire and health services is a city not long for this world, so it’s fortunate that you can provide those things in Cities Skylines.
Crusader Kings 2 Patch 2.2 accompanies Charlemagne release
As is standard procedure for the release of a major Paradox grand strategy expansion, Crusader Kings 2’s Charlemagne DLC is accompanied by a big patch for all players.
Charlemagne marching on Crusader Kings 2 in two weeks
Paradox has announced Charlemagne, the latest piece of DLC for its grand strategy title Crusader Kings 2.
Paradox’s catalogue going cheap on Steam this weekend
It doesn’t take a strategic genius to figure out that buying Paradox published titles on Steam this weekend will save you some money.
Pillars of Eternity delayed to early 2015
Paradox and Obsidian have announced that the Kickstarter-funded RPG Pillars of Eternity will be nudged into early 2015, rather than meeting a late 2014 release date.
Cities: Skylines has a lot to share about roads
In a first development diary, Colossal Order share a whole lot of information about building roads in Cities: Skylines.
Ancient Space gameplay trailer shows 3D movement, combat
The Paradox-published Ancient Space is still looking quite Homeworld-ey in this latest trailer, which shows a bit of the 3D navigation and combat possible in the game.
Cities: Skylines aims to be a proper city builder, not just “kick SimCity in the balls”
“We’re not out to kick anyone in the balls” wrote Paradox’s Shams Jorjani on today’s Cities: Skylines ‘Ask Me Anything’ session, “SimCity was OK.”
He says that, but a fair amount of the questions asked and answered during this two hour back-and-forth seemed at least tangentially directed towards various parts of the SimCity anatomy.
Pillars of Eternity shows 26 minutes of Gamescom gameplay
Obsidian were at the Paradox Gamescom show to demonstrate a half hour or so of gameplay from the Backer’s Beta version of Pillars of Eternity.
Crusader Kings 2’s next DLC is all about Charlemagne
Paradox didn’t leave out Crusader Kings 2 at their fan event in Gamescom, announcing a new DLC for that game as well.