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IGN: Europa Universalis: Rome Review

Like the other games in the series, Europa Universalis Rome isn't for everyone. It isn't even for most people. But for the rare gamers who can happily lose themselves in a world where the ability to create armies is more valued than the ability to lead them on the field of battle, the EU games are a revelation. When you combine that approach with the appeal of the historical Roman setting, it's like an arrow of happiness aimed straight at IGN's hearts.

IGN are definitely disappointed that some of the presentation and army issues problems that have been continuing problems for this series have yet to be addressed. That the fun of the game can shine through even these repeated frustrations is a real sign that Paradox's overall concept is appealing. The one thing they have managed to finally get right is the level of information they provide the player and that's a tremendous improvement over the presentation problems of the previous games.

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FLOPbox 3603203d ago

Poor 3fixme is DOOMED for dead last again this generation. I'm tlaking it will be smoked by PS3, Wii, DS and PSP.... PS2 will teabag the 3fixme forever also.

Kaz Hirai3203d ago

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PIGS- it's time you learnt the chain of command:

-King Kaz's Sony Soldiers
-The Nintendouche's
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-You Xbot PIGS!

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va_bank3203d ago

"Leave Britney alone!!!!!"

va_bank3203d ago

I posted above comment for another story, somehow it moved here. Please disregard.

ngg123453203d ago

Almost have all of paradox games.. Love, love, love all of them. Almost as much as stardock's games.