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Submitted by Jeremy24 689d ago | review

Europa Universalis IV | Cheatmasters

Paradox Interactive’s penchant for publishing games that take on historical time periods is one that has built their entire reputations. While they do have misses from time to time, they do get hits with the likes of Mount & Blade and War of the Roses. We wait for the awesome-looking War of the Vikings, here is the latest installment of Paradox’s most well-known titles. (Europa Universalis IV, PC) 8.5/10

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