Four Expansions for Europa Universalis IV – PC Game Review
12 November 2014
Excerpt: Since its release in August 2013, Europa Universalis IV has received glowing reviews. This deep, intense game should keep any global strategy gamer busy for months, covering as it does the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Enlightenment and the events springing from the French Revolution.
Pros: Great graphics, improved AI, new units, brilliant innovations
Summary: Wealth of Nations (WoN) is an expansion for Europa Univeralis IV (EU4). The focus of WoN is to provide non-military options to players. The basic problem with EU4 that WoN was designed to address is that there was not much to do except fight wars and build buildings.
Conclusion: Wealth of Nations is an admirably focused DLC that basically reworks an entire section of the game. Trade, rather than a gold-farming sideshow, is now a real option to consider when planning your domination of the global landscape.
Excerpt: Adam Smith's seminal work “The Wealth of
Nations” is one of the most iconic treatises of Western economics. It is
through this work that helped to bring about the economic revolution which gave
the world such mercantile colossi as the British Empire.
you've been at the Europa Universalis IV (EU IV) section of the Paradox
Interactive forums lately, you might have noticed a slight buzz over the
release of the much anticipated “MEIOU
and Taxes” mod helmed by “gigau” and “lukew”.
Summary: Despite simply being better than ninjas, pirates have not gotten as much appreciation in video games. We've seen two incarnations of Sid Meier's Pirates! , the Monkey Island games, and the Akella pirate games ( Pirates of the Caribbean , Sea Dogs , Age of Pirates ) to name a few, but a full-fledged...