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.
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).
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...
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...
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.
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.
Summary: I bought the Gold Edition of Rome because I love most of what Paradox Games do, although ambition often exceeds playability. This is an improvement on the original, it has missions and a lot more "politics" in the real sense of the word.