Why? Battlefield 4 is a fantastic game.Honestly, deleting the BF4 exe is just good advice.
It does some things better than steam like Good Game Guarantee. If you don't like a game, you can get a refund within 24 hours.I'd say delete Origin entirely, it's just a waste of space and barely ever works.
You probably know this but i'll say it anyway. It could be a false positive, but with Origins history of installing spyware, i'd be suspicious. It could be part of whatever punkbuster, or cheat detecting software they're using, but even that excuse for scanning your computer and invading your privacy is a step too far for many discerning people.Gotta love EA with their latest BF4 update:
So, Avira now recognizes the BF4 executable as trojan and advises me to either delet it or move it to quarantine
CK II is a great game, very unique IMO. It´s not a full-strategy game, since it focuses on you managing your dinasty and in liege-vassal relations in feudal Europe. Since you´re effectively playing as individual characters rather than a country, and each character has his/her own traits and skills, there´s a lot of roleplaying possibilities as well.Paradox weekend at Steam. I've been thinking about getting Crusader Kings II, lately, and now's the chance I guess, at 75% off.
Would be nice to hear a few words about it. Recommended? Only for specific people? I'm into the Total War series a lot, and CK2 seems intriguing, especially due to a lot more depth in the political, dimplomatic department.
Also, seeing that (at full price) there's literally 100 euros worth of DLC, what additional content should I get? Any at all, or is the base game fine for starters?