Reviews and Problems with Europa Universalis III: Divine Wind
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21 May 2012
Summary: Unify Japan as a powerful Daimyo, Balance the factions of China and defeat the remains of the Mongolian empire on the Russian Steppe. This expansion pack fixes many of the problems that Heir to the Throne had, Personal unions, Poland, Historical accuracy, etc.
Summary: This is one of the best strategy games of all time.. the multyplayer is AMAZING. I love this game.This game really gives a lot of satisfaction, especially if you play with small and challenging kingdoms.
Summary: This expansion definitely adds a lot of new and enjoyable content to the series and if you happened to enjoy any of the other EU games you will enjoy this. That said EU fits into a very fine niche of history enthusiasts.
Summary: Well, the new map layout looks pretty nice (Even if Europe looks always like a mess) and some nice additions there. Cascading alliances is pretty two-sided addition, because it makes little conquest missions to be almost World Wars.
Summary: Game from Europa Universalis series are definitely not for every one. but I love them They give you complex world with game rules that actually demand from you thinking. You cant just conquer every neighbor to get gigantic industrial capacity to build gigantic army and conquer even more.
Summary: This is a good expansion to the EU3 franchise but nothing spectacular... It is worth the few dollars to get this add on pack but don't set your expectations too high. I personally would like to see a trade aspect added to the EU3 series or perhaps in a newer version.