Crusader Kings II: The Republic Crack/Patch

Crusader Kings II: The Republic Crusader Kings II: The Republic introduces a silk route's wealth of new features, including lobbying to become Doge, where investing money in the campaign coffers will make up for lack of family ties and prestige. Cold hard cash is king here, may the richest man win!

Download Crusader Kings II: The Republic Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
8.3
Downloads 1584
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Historic, General
Company / Developer
Paradox Interactive / Paradox Development Studio

Crusader Kings II: The Republic reviews ( 4 )

SumoScott, Mar 9, 2013

Deceivingly addictive and surprisingly educational. Very similar to other Paradox Games. I've lost many hours to playing this. You will find it hard to put this game down!

BubbsTubbs, Jan 19, 2013

It brought me back to Crusader Kings II one more time. The Merchant Republics offer a new twist on the game. If you love and still play CKII you should get this.

Waclaw, Feb 15, 2013

You can now actually play a republic instead of having to "cheat" by a console save/load method. The question is, was it worth it? I personally like the expansion, as it gives a couple more hours of playing and CKII is a decent game that's sure. But I can't help the feeling that this should be an integral part of the game since the very beginning, not a 10 euro expansion. Sure, you get some new game mechanics and a whole new style of running an empire of your own but it's still the same game. So if you love the game, go for it as you won't regret it. If you just like it, save the money for something else.

Tytos, May 2, 2013

When buying a paradox interactive game, there is one point to always consider: don't rate it untill there have been at least 2 patches to fix the numerous bugs and inbalances of the game. Regarding the product, there are some new events and mechanics that manage to portray the life of medieval merchant to some kind, however the lack of a real trade-system with actual trade-goods and the unbelivable inbalanced republics even after 2 patches, combined with the still horrible multiplayer and no naval-battles at all make this expansion only something for hardcore fans.