King Arthur Summary
Fancy a bit of Arthurian monster-slaying? Bundle Stars has you covered - the company has just launched the, which packs up fantasy wargames King Arthur 1 and 2, alongside several pieces of DLC.
The games themselves are unspectacular but generally pretty decent strategy/RPG affairs, but for the set price of £3.89 you can't really go wrong. You've got two weeks to make use of the bundle deal.
Fredrik Wester, Paradox Interactive CEO, has claimed it a "release" to not be reliant on retailer sales for their games, which are now "like a bonus".
He notes we "don't really need" retail chains any more, which have "not been good" for the industry - stifling creativity. It's "really relieving" to speak about it.
What's coming from the Paradox Interactive house this year? Well the studio has issued an up-to-date release schedule, as of May 12th, for what fans can expect.
The closest release would be the King Arthur Collections due May 24th, with Pride of Nations following June 7th. Hearts of Iron III gets its expansion June 28th.
We talk to Paradox Interactive's CEO Fredrik Wester about his love of expansions...