Shakespeare, long ago, may have penned “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown”, but it isn’t until you contemplate being in that position that you begin to understand it. In this title you’ll find yourself at the helm of your kingdom and trying to manage your various affairs of state, difficult relationships with your allies and/or adversaries, and possibly most crucially the challenging spot where these two concerns can intersect. While the rock solid Reigns titles offer a quick-swiping and condensed version of kingdom management in this case you’re a bit more put upon as your family dynamics can greatly complicate the picture as you need to weird their needs against those of your people. Though it isn’t a terribly long play that isn’t to say it can’t be a challenge as you try your best to do the right thing, and most critically who it is that may disagree with you.
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