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2404: Napoleon: Total War Review

Even with its smaller scope and its similarities to its year-old predecessor, Napoleon is a better, more polished game. You're still going to get tons of hours of playtime even with the limited number of nations available for play. The new multiplayer modes, the better AI, and all the sheer number of minor improvements result in a game that's very, very engaging and very much fun to play. All that's left is to take what Creative's got and go bonkers whenever they decide to go completely medieval, Rome, or whatever on your asses.

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