Very in-depth strategy game. I can understand if there ...
steven schnuelle, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: Very in-depth strategy game. I can understand if there are negative reviews about is being slow, but I believe this is more realistic and it promotes use of methods other than warfare. You cannot survive by fighting with your neighbors, it will eventually wear down your nation. Only negative I can see is there is no option of "mission" or end game.
Summary: Although not a must-have, this expansion might be interesting for those interesting in playing as an American nation (although don't expect too much content, only some new events and decisions and all). The cost of $4.99 regular I still a bit high considering how much content it added, so I think it's best to get it during holidays when it's at an discount.
Summary: This dlc is just an aesthetic add-on to make the eastern European countries at the time more distinct (Russia, Poland, and Lithuania). The momuments pack (which is in this call to arms pack) adds a little more color and diversity to the map that would be more bland and would make the countries seem just a little less different from each other.
Summary: I did not get the game when it came out. I got this when it was on 75% off. That was a good deal! It adds an aesthetic appearance to correspond with the time period of this pack. I also like the like events that it adds to the Byzantine demise that could give rebirth to the dying nation.
Summary: EU4 released to good reviews and I've spent more than 200 hours playing over the last two months. If you've never played a prior version, it's tough to sum up in a sentence or two. You play as any country anywhere on earth that existed in 1444, and you can roll the start date forward more than three centuries and play as any country that existed in any of those years (the game still ends in 1820, though).
Comparing EU4 to EU3 - Overall A Significant Improvement
Christopher Ammons, Amazon
6 September 2013
Summary: Paradox has a reputation for releasing games with significant defects that are not fixed until later patching, so I wasn't sure if it made sense to start playing EU4 so early after release. However with around 25 hours of gameplay I haven't had to deal with any significant bugs. The gameplay is at least as balanced as in EU3, probably more balanced.
Summary: I have played and enjoyed the previous games in this series, so I was excited when this game received such positive reviews. I hoped that Paradox improved some of the flaws in the previous versions. After about 60 hours of playing and experimenting, my impression is fairly settled. For those who played the old EU games, you will find this to be a richer, even more complex experience. For those who haven't, the game will inevitably be compared to 2 other labels.
Summary: Ce jeu (de plateau à l'origine) est bel et bien un jeu de stratégie s'inscrivant dans la lignée des risk et autres civilizations. Le jeu se joue de 1419 à 1819 et nous propose de gérer un des plusieurs pays (le choix est TRES vaste) mis à notre disposition en Europe, Asie, Afrique ou même Amérique. Le jeu est très riche et inclut une base de données historique impressionnante. On peut même réviser les dates de règne des rois de France avec !
Summary: Als Quereinsteiger in die Europa Universalis Serie, kann ich leider nicht viel über die Änderungen zum dritten Teil, Gameplayverbesserungen/Verschlechterungen berichten. Stattdessen werde ich aus der Sicht des Quereinsteigers bewerten. Die historische Genauigkeit und die spielerischen Fähigkeiten und Notwendigkeiten sind rieeeesig. So riesig, dass es mich am Anfang erschlagen hat und selbst nach den ersten 20 Spielstunden wusste ich noch nicht wirklich was ich tat.