Ever failed a history test/exam and felt, â€œDamn, I wish there was an easier way to learn this stuff?â€ Luckily for you, there is. Games, the most addictive things on the planet, can now be educational. But to what extent do they teach you about history? Not all of them are really accurate. Hereâ€™s a list of 15 historically accurate games:
Crusader Kings 2 is a recent release which takes place almost 1500 years ago. The kings, kingdoms and conquests are all real, as well as the feudal relationships between the liege and vassal. If youâ€™re willing to take a trip back in time, try this game out.
Any history fan will love EU3. Itâ€™s set in a historically plausible world where anything can happen, which means they begin from a pre-defined time in history and then allow you to make your moves from there on. The AI doesnâ€™t care much about historical events either, making it fun and entertaining to play.