Sadly, there were too many bugs for me to enjoy King Arthur 2.
I really liked the presentation. (The artwork was outstanding. Really, very fun.)
I really liked the idea of playing in this magical, medieval world.
I liked most of the combat.
I didn't like how the cities were managed, but I dealt with that.
I didn't like how I could only control one or two armies (maybe later there will be more, I don't know), but I suffered through that.
I didn't like how players were herded towards attacking certain territories instead of where they wanted, but I went along with it, because I knew the developers were trying to tell a linear story.
However, the few quest-breaking bugs, few poor design decisions (seriously, heavy cavalry charging in dense forest??), and random crashes destroyed the experience for me.
I tried. I played for nearly forty hours and got to the point in the story where Arthur is closing the Roman gates.
But, after refighting one of those "invincible" armies and having the game bug on me, because I didn't close a window in time for the AI to attack my other army... nope, done.
If the next game can get rid of these issues, I'm sure I'll buy it, but I'm done with this one.