Avault: Pride of Nations PC review

It is, and always has been, Jason Pitruzzello's judgment that strategy games rise and fall on their mechanics, not their graphics. Considering the diplomatic and economic complexities of the period covering European expansion into Africa and the lead up to World War I, a game covering the 19th century can shine wonderfully when the mechanics demonstrate an understanding of all the nuances. He's always on the lookout for the next strategy game in the hope that he’ll strike gold yet again. He was enthusiastic to get a review copy of Pride of Nations, a game that advertises itself as having ”the most original diplomacy model ever created for a grand strategy game…[and] a detailed world economy with realistic components.” After a few weeks of playing it, he's determined that it lives up to these claims.

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