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Submitted by jaggernaut25 917d ago | review

March of the Eagles Review – Strategic Mediocrity l The Koalition

The Koalition writes: "Paradox entertainment has a reputation for producing some of the best games of the “Grand Strategy” genre, and March of the Eagles represents its latest entry. Set during the Napoleonic wars, players assume the role of any European (or North African) state in 1805, just as the Napoleonic wars are heating up and France is confronted with the first “Grand Coalition”. This setup is similar to other games by Paradox Interactive, only more limited in space and time, and much more focused on the military aspect of the game."

Click for the full review! (March of the Eagles, PC) 60/100

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