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  • Summary: Two Thrones: From Jean D'Arc to Richard III. Two Thrones takes place in the years between 1337 and 1490, in a time where nobility and the church held the power. Noble families in France and England are engaged in an epic war for the control of the Two Thrones of the kingdoms, a battle thatTwo Thrones: From Jean D'Arc to Richard III. Two Thrones takes place in the years between 1337 and 1490, in a time where nobility and the church held the power. Noble families in France and England are engaged in an epic war for the control of the Two Thrones of the kingdoms, a battle that will define the future of the medieval Europe. Play through LAN or the Internet against your friends. Choose between several large nations, including England, France and Burgundy; or control one of the fractions in the War of the Roses. Survive the treacherous political intrigues of medieval politics. Develop your kingdom into an economic, political and military power, but be careful not to alienate the church, nobility, peasants or the merchant class on your way to supremacy. Recruit noble knights with mighty castles, raise large hosts of spearmen to defend your realms and ignore the papal ban on crossbows. Rely upon English longbowmen, or pay silver to recruit Swiss pikers. Experience detailed historical events, which will guide your nation through the dark ages of history towards the renaissance. [Paradox Entertainment] Expand
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  1. The Two Thrones addresses the balance between fighting and jumping around in brilliant fashion. [Mar 2006, p.51]
  2. If these grand strategy titles were your cup of tea, I would recommend this game. The complexity of the game makes it a poor choice for twitch gamers.
  3. Not overly complex in terms of overall gameplay. It is geared for novices to the genre and will provide a light challenge to veterans. Consider this merely an average title.
  4. The relatively limited scope, clunky build interface, and lackluster AI mean this isn't a game for veteran strategy gamers looking for a challenge.
  5. Staving off complete suckage, multiplay is where Thrones actually works. [May 2004, p.69]
  6. Nothing but ancient and out-of-date. [Feb. 05]
  7. The lack of design nous displayed here makes it feel as though it was knocked out by two guys over a weekend.

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