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Paradox launch official website for King Arthur II - The Role-playing Wargame
Posted: 09.01.2012 13:57 by Simon Priest Comments: 2
Neocore Games' King Arthur II - The Role-playing Wargame has its website now up and running for fans to rob all knowledge of about the upcoming RTS/RPG from Paradox.

They promise it's the "one stop destination" for all fans want to know. Paradox plan to giveaway free copies of the King Arthur Collection to celebrate the site switching on.

King Arthur II - The Role-playing Wargame releases near the end of this month on January 27th for the PC. Details for the giveaway are below if you're interested in free stuff.


"Starting today up until Friday the 13th, Paradox Interactive will hide 10 unique codes each day somewhere on the official King Arthur II website; players only need find a hidden code, redeem it on Steam, and start playing!" New codes will be uploaded on the King Arthur II website "at 9am EST / 3pm CET on each day of the giveaway."

Check out the official website.

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Comments

By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Jan 09, 2012
herodotus
I've read some reports from gamers who've pre-ordered the game, and therefore are playing the "Prologue". They aren't encouraging. As with the first "KA", and particularly with "King's Crusade" the game is very poorly optimised for up to and including high-end rigs. Worse than previous releases in fact.
Questions asked of these early users: "Are the graphics as good as 'Total War Shogun 2'?".
The answer is a universal "No, and it runs like a dog".
Have yet to see for myself, but if optimisation is the problem, again (the first "KA" required a Beastie PC, one down from The Beast, to run it optimally, and even then there are many lags and long loading times). "KC" is a sore point among many gamers and it appears, at least at this stage that Neocore have a lot of work to do. Paradox Interactive, I feel is partly responsible as they just keep supporting games that have continuous problems that go unaddressed (Aegod's "The Blue and the Grey" is a resource hog still at several years old).
Anyway, I'll keep my fingers crossed but those fingers are far away from the "Buy" button.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Jan 09, 2012
SirRoderick
The original felt like clunky Total war in battles and was not interesting enough on the map.