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Submitted by GRamirez 497d ago | review

March of the Eagles Review: Napoleonic Complex [pixelrelated]

Paradox Interactive certainly deserves some credit for what they’ve accomplished here – don’t completely misunderstand. Compared to some of their previous war simulation titles, this one is actually a bit more accessible (for starters, you can actually complete the tutorial and unload troops being transported in ships). But that doesn’t mean there’s not an unhealthy amount of text and reading involved in the experience. If you’re willing to put that much effort forth, then there’s a great amount of depth here, particularly in the “Ideas” notion. (March of the Eagles, PC) 6/10

Axe99  +   497d ago
Ye gads, this review's just a wee bit generalised - a review of 'March of the Eagles' for non-strategy gamers, maybe ;). Suggesting that it's just Crusader Kings with a different map seems to have missed the point of both Crusader Kings and March of the Eagles!

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