One of the few disappointments with Europa Universalis III was that its timeline ended too soon. It was awfully disappointing when the march of history in the turn-based strategy game's grand campaign suddenly ground to a halt with the onset of the French Revolution in 1789, given that this was the eve of Napoleon's emergence in Europe. Having to stop just before Robespierre started to chop off heads was a big letdown. But developer Paradox Interactive has made up for this omission with Napoleon's Ambition. There isn't much to this expansion beyond the newfound ability to lead everyone's favorite petit general to world domination, but the detailed depiction of one of the most chaotic eras in world history adds a lot of punch to the core game all by itself.