Vagary's The Strategy Gamer takes a look at Paradox's recent Napoleonic strategy game.
"I am a longtime fan of developer Paradox’s Europa Universalis III. The series has already spun off several other series and one-off games, most with an epic grand strategy focus. Campaigns typically take place over hundreds of years, with dozens of wars, and a sense of an evolving world history permeating the experience. The newest offshoot, March of the Eagles, eschews that approach in favor of narrowing the focus of the game to a single fifteen year period, one of the most turbulent in the history of Europe: the Napoleonic Wars." 3/5