Summary: The perfect real time strategy. It really puts you in a leadership position. You can can manage everything, (economy, commerce, combat, conquest, diplomacy, reaserch, ideologies, production, and intelligence. An excellent geo political challenge.
Summary: Highly enjoyable game set in a period never really get full attention. The turn based part of the game lacks for features but the game really thrives when you get to the battlefield and control your army.
Excerpt: From my childhood, to this moment. This game has provided me with many hours of pleasure. You play through 1798 and beyond as either, England, France, Prussia, Russia, or Austria for domination of Europe and North Africa.
Pros: great historical context, great music, great mechanical system, great naval battles
Cons: poor recruitment policies, inflexibility as regards what you can do with government,
Summary: Imperial Glory is an obvious copy of Total War but is now available at a bargain price, and I even got it to run quite easily on my laptop. The graphics are very impressive and easily as good as you can find in Total War, however it does have a few faults.
Summary: Easily the best Napoleonic game i've played.(note: i haven't been lucky enough to play Napoleon: Total War,yet!) Good control system during battles - though the camera is a little bit tricky to handle at times - click and drag to gather and control your troops, hotkeys for formations, firing,...
Summary: As a 14 year old I find Imperial Glory is a very good strategy game, the graphics are very good on all the units and the maps are suitable for everybodys' game preference. The tutorial helped me a lot when I first started playing - it explains basics very well.
Summary: Imperial Glory is a good game but very slow paced indeed and there is a great limit to the factions you can play. I would definitely recommend Total War over this. However, Imperial Glory is a good game for its historical setting and the campaign map is quite nice.