Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms for PC
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Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms

Aug 28, 2007
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This game requires the base game Medieval II: Total War to play.

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

With the Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms expansion pack, players can see more of the world they started to explore in Medieval II: Total War. This game offers new content that gives gamers over 75 hours of new gameplay, 4 brand new campaigns, and six new multiplayer scenarios.

System Requirements

Minimum

  • OS: Windows 2000/XP
  • Processor: Celeron 1.5GHz Pentium 4® (1500MHz) or equivalent AMD® processor. (2.4 GHz P4 Recommended)
  • RAM: 512 MB of RAM (1 GB RAM recommended)
  • Disk Space: 5 GB of uncompressed hard drive space
  • Graphics Card*: 128MB Hardware Accelerated video card with Shader 1 supportand the latest drivers. Must be 100% DirectX® 9.0c compatible. (256 MB NVIDIA® GeForce™ 7300 or greater or ATI® Radeon® X1600 or greater recommended)
  • Display Resolution: 1024 x 768
  • Sound Card: 100% DirectX® 9.0c compatible 16-bit sound card and latest drivers
  • DirectX Version: DirectX® 9.0c
  • Input Devices: 100% Windows® 2000/XP compatible mouse, keyboard and latest drivers
  • Multiplayer: Internet (TCP / IP) play supporte

Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
7.66
Jason OcampoSep 07, 2007
In the end, Kingdoms packs about four times as much gameplay as a traditional Total War expansion, making it an excellent value. All of these campaigns are interesting and well done, and if you've got a yen for a particular period in history that they cover, then you should definitely dive in. Or if you're tired of conquering Europe, you've got something else to look forward to.
8.40
Steve ButtsSep 10, 2007
Kingdoms is definitely an expansion focused on adding lots more content than enlarging the game design and its appeal to you will depend on how satisfied you are with the basic format of the core game. True, there are some surprises in the way the new campaigns play out but, dog warriors and Greek fire aside, Medieval 2 fans will be in very familiar territory here.
Kieron GillenAug 31, 2007
And this is Kingdoms at its worst. The Crusades and the Teutonic campaign fight it out for being the main act, both playing to the core design of Medieval while having enough character to justify playing again (And seriously - I repeat from the first impressions - the Greek Flamethrowers are at least eighteen kinds of splendid). Seriously, I really, really mean it - go read all this again and feel excited.

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