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    Default Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    I've just got TWR2 for 60 TL (30$) in 6-month installments through the official store of our ISP.

    Being a mod requires to behave generally more even-tempered BUT IT'S NOT ONE OF THOSE BORING MOMENTS, RIGHT NOW...YES, RIGHT NOW !!

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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    I still think that claiming the richest and most advanced city of its time (Constantinople) as your own is your main advantage of being a Turk
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    These are: (1) The Moral Law; (2) Heaven; (3) Earth;
    (4) The Commander; (5) Method and discipline.
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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    Quote Originally Posted by Myth View Post
    I still think that claiming the richest and most advanced city of its time (Constantinople) as your own is your main advantage of being a Turk
    Trust me, we are the worst caretakers when it comes to cities.

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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    Well, a clue as to why we could grab it for less:

    Physical copies and digital keys for ROME II purchased in these territories will only work within these territories:

    • China, Taiwan, & Hong Kong
    • Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, & Myanmar
    • Russia + CIS
    • India
    • Turkey

    Also, copies purchased elsewhere in the world outside of those regions listed, will not work within those regions.

    For example, if you are in India you must purchase your copy of ROME II from a retailer located in India. Please check with your retailer if you have any questions.

    This affects only those regions listed.
    Me, hardly a multiplayer gamer, does not mind much though.

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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    I think multiplayer would still work. They only imply that you cannot play with your copy outside of Turkey(or those other regions).

    The Turks did great at Constantinople. They were especially good at destroying all the byzantine art!
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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

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    Last edited by rickinator9; 08-30-2013 at 15:14.
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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    Really? You can't play games outside the country you buy them in now?

    Is this real life...

    I don't think I'm going to get R2, I don't have the patience for this sort of stuff.
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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhyfelwyr View Post
    Really? You can't play games outside the country you buy them in now?

    Is this real life...

    I don't think I'm going to get R2, I don't have the patience for this sort of stuff.
    It only counts for the regions quoted above.
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    Default Re: Being a Turkish Citizen Has Its Rare Incentives

    Quote Originally Posted by rickinator9 View Post
    I think multiplayer would still work. They only imply that you cannot play with your copy outside of Turkey(or those other regions).

    The Turks did great at Constantinople. They were especially good at destroying all the byzantine art!
    Let's not get started with medieval BATTLES and their consequences here. I'd suggest Monastery section for that.

    Yeah, MP will still work but only Turkish. (That's a nightmare lobby, lemme tell you)

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