Conducted By Adam Ames
TPG was delighted to conduct an interview with Orsolya Toth, Community Manager from NeocoreGames, who developed King Arthur II. You will read about how King Arthur II was created, the differences between self-publishing and working with Paradox Interactive, the difficulties of developing for the PC platform and much more. Here is a preview:
How do you feel about individuals posting videos gameplay videos of King Arthur II on YouTube?
We like them very much! The more gameplay videos are made the more people become interested in King Arthur II. Gameplay videos are great because people can see how the game looks like in action and what exactly they can expect from it. So they can decide if it is something they would enjoy or rather not. And thus we’ll have even more happy customers.
By Carlin Au
A husky voice speaks out to me, “Your father is gravely ill, the Knights of Round Table have scattered, and Merlin is no where to be found. As King Arthur’s son, these are all your problems now.” That’s cool, I like being thrown into a world I know next to nothing about. Besides, this will be a completely different story that is based on the ancient legends of King Arthur and declares you the new King of Camelot.
This review includes the DLC: Dead Legions.
TPG, in conjunction with Paradox Interactive, are giving away three (3) Steam codes each for Crusader Kings II and King Arthur II. The three chosen winners will receive a Steam code for both titles. To enter, use the comment section to post a story about your finest moment in a PC strategy game.
- No Profanity
- One entry, per person, per e-mail address, per IP
- 48 Hours Only
- Post your first name and last initial
- Post your finest RTS moment
TPG team members will decide on winners based on their favorite stories. The individuals with winning entries will be contacted via e-mail with their Steam code shortly after the contest has concluded.
This contest is now over. The winners are: Balazas, Sam and Gavin. Thanks to all who participated.
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