A medieval RPG with a taste of Age of Empires - Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord Quick Review
One of the first games I played as a child was the 1999 real-time strategy title Age of Empires II. The campaign allowed me to explore medieval history and experience the stories of some of history’s greatest military leaders, like Joan of Arc and Genghis Khan. Though it’s set in a fantasy world rather than a real time in history, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord provided a similar feeling. Instead of playing historical leaders, though, I created my own hero and went on an adventure to shape history the way I saw fit.