- Jan 28, 2007
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
HMAS Melbourne is coming eventually. So far I've been building CAs but once my MP disappears my navy really expands as ships costs the least MP. So far the HMAS Vengeance is the flagship but as this was my first game I didn't realise that CVLs are pretty useless.I have to say after reading this i say congratulations on writing an Australian AAR but... Where the hell is the HMAS Melbourne. C'mon that would be the coolest thing to see it in your AAR. Also since your playing on easy you should've considered taking on Japan. I've taken the entire japan mainland by about mid-1944 playing on normal and I tell you what the, action there gets pretty intense.
Other than that, keep it flowing
I dont know about that, but still good effort with getting romania. However at the start didn't you say that there would be no "gamey" tactics used and I think puppets are pretty borderline with that.It would prove to be more than enough.
Well I tried to be somewhat realistic about releasing puppets. I waited about six months before releasing Greece and did not Albania until just now whereas I first took it two years ago. Bulgaria on the otherhand I admit was a gamey instant release but even that could be seen as the government switching sides.However at the start didn't you say that there would be no "gamey" tactics used and I think puppets are pretty borderline with that.
My favorite line of this update. It's irony in the best form.Rommel the great tank commander found himself defeated by two thousand horsemen. It really did epitomise how quickly fortunes had changed for Rommel.
A literal race against time...The Soviets were marching their way towards Prague and Vienna, if the Australians weren’t quick enough they could even reach Italy first and effectively cut off the Australian advance and claim most of Europe for itself. It was time for a Cecil Rhodes style land-grab but this time in Europe not Africa. The General grabbed his driving goggles and started the ignition.