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March 1st, 2011, 10:04
Originally Posted by Nerevarine View Post
I agree, Neocore seems like a solid company design wise and I've enjoyed their games so far - though I haven't gotten around to playing King's Crusade yet. Hopefully they can iron out some of the technical problems that plague their games. Even then, I'll take a buggy game that is unique, enjoyable, and ambitious over an extremely polished but unambitious game that's already been done to death. Looking forward to what Neocore offers in the coming years.
If you ever play crusade just remember its different than King Arthur. You mostly fight battles instead of managing your territories. Still fun but different.

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