Europa Universalis IV Review
Complex and rewarding strategizing makes the fourth game in the Europa Universalis dynasty shine.
So I know that 10-20hours is not a lot for an EU 4 review but I am a paradox veteran that dabbled in many of its games quite a lot: Europa Universalis (3 and Rome), Crusader Kings 1 and 2, Hoi 3, Victoria 2. So I wi... Read Full Review5 of 6 users found the following review helpful
After buying the game last year, I have some fun with it. However, the game has a lot of bug that affect my enjoyment: its interface displays incorrect information, AI's behavior is abysmal, graphics glitches are everyw... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
EU IV is just my kind of game, strategy, history, warfare, conquer the world megalomania, all wrapped in one. I started playing and got giddy with excitement about how good it all seemed. The important points I wanna m... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
It shouldn't even be called a game. It's more of a chore for someone just looking for some fun strategy experience. Only on one other occasion did I feel I wasted more money on a game.Your body must have at least 250 cha... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
I don't even mind the DLC, and the game itself is better than previous versions. Of course, the best thing for me is that it was released for Windows, Mac and Linux the same day. It's about time that a 5-star company st... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
My number one complaint about cult classics, like this series of games, is truly that this game can do no wrong. The entire PC gaming industry is just turning into a blind market that's frankly not even growing to even b... Read Full Review2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
As an avid strategy gamer and long time Paradox supporter I completely love this game. In a lot of titles the sequels happen to become just a better looking version of the previous title, but EU4 plays so differently to ... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Paradox has once done it again with their new "update" from EU3. The game lets you play any country during the colonization and the goal is to make your country the way you want it. There is no real goal. Because there's... Read Full Review0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Major imbalances within the game. Firstly, when you attack any nation, your own people revolt against you despite raising stability, etc. Not very realistic is it? Secondly, why is the mercenary training same ti... Read Full Review1 of 11 users found the following review helpful
I think Crusader Kings II was a turning point at Paradox, their games were always full of strategic depth, but often inaccessible and un-intuitive. Well for the most part that is no more. Which means that you are free... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
No bugs this time around, but it is nothing new - a rehash of the previous Europa Unversalis and Victoria series. I have a feeling they keep releasing the same game with a slightly different interface. Still no way to... Read Full Review1 of 6 users found the following review helpful
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