March of the Eagles Review
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This Napoleonic wargame redeems its flaws with tense multiplayer matches that foster alliances as fragile as L'Empereur's.
In short, the game is stripped of many paradox game features such as a detailed economy, trade, production, population, and many other things. Is this bad, though? If you're going to play single playe...
Paradox games are great. They usually boast almost unparalleled depth in gameplay, and if you can get over the learning curves, they are great fun. Unfortunately, the engine running their games is now...
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