Summary: First, let me state that when it comes to strategy games, I often lose interest after a few weeks. Not so with this gem. For a nominal price and easy download, I have spent more time than I would like to admit establishing my world empires. My son and daughter enjoy this game also.
Summary: This game manages to both hit a few highs and some real lows, so clearly all the other user reviews on Metacritic are wrong. Allow me to explain: EU Rome is a grand strategy game set in the 5th century BC.
Summary: This DLC addresses just about every issue that I had with the release version of EU4. Not that EU4 was at all a letdown; quite the opposite in fact. The changes from EU3 were amazing and removed a lot of the learning curve that took away from simply enjoying the historical intricacies of diplomacy...
Summary: This game is NO FUN. I wanted to like this game because it was complex enough to keep a player absorbed, but its frustrating game play sucks the joy out of it. - Numbers always win (big nation/big army). This is fine when you play as France, but you cannot be any other country.
Summary: If you can get past the somewhat steep learning curve, this 4x game is tremendous fun, and one you can sink literally hundreds of hours into without getting bored. My recommendation would be to review some Let's Play video on Youtube to really understand the basic mechanics of what you're doing.
Summary: This DLC is a mess, automatic transport through your navy by ally armies doesn't work and what's more funny AI became an omniscient opponent who takes diplomatic actions based on your action without unveiling your plans, seriously Paradox?!
Summary: Best EU4 dlc/expansion so far. Adds %50 more content, both to map and mechanics. Includes great Quality of Life improvements like auto transport and army builder templates. No need for pointless micromanagement and much faster multiplayer. Game also run quite faster despite the more detailed map.