Interview: Johan Andersson On Europa Universalis: Rome

Spong writes:

"For the last ten years, Paradox Entertainment has been putting the epic back in 'epicus' (it's a real word – Greek - I looked it up). The first game in its Universalis series invited hardcore strategy gamers to try and conquer Europe in the muddy fields of the 15th century. Now it's worked all the back to Roman times.

With Europa Universalis: Rome's release creeping ever closer, I caught up with the game's head of development, Johan Andersson, for a chat about the burden of history, the joys of the PC as a platform and the perils of catering to a hardcore audience."

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