Summary: This is Paradox at their mechanical mediocre WORST. The March of Eagle is a lack-luster, passionless and limited attempt to make a Napoleon-light game in order to make some quick money to support one of their more serious projects.
Very cool game Paradox knows how to make strategic war games
Victor Lawless, Amazon
28 June 2013
Summary: This game is based on the Napoleonic wars on a strategic level , It is similar to all their other games made just like them , it could be mistaken for a mod of one of their other games but it is still fun and well made , I like it alot.
Summary: This game lived up to my expectations that it would be a solid Napoleonic war game. March of the eagles focuses on army building and leading, so do not expect in depth characters like crusader kings 2.
Summary: If you are familiar with Paradox and/or Ageod games then you should like this one. If not, it does require a commitment of time to understand the mechanics, interface and strategies necessary to enjoy the full depth of this account of the Napoleonic wars.
Summary: First impression is okay just not great. Anyone wishing for something more akin to EU III will be dissappointed Anyone looking for a "stand alone" board game elcgtronizised will like this alot Some good features but very little diplomatic wiggle room.
Summary: It feels like it's just test for EU4 improved Clausewitz engine, and it is. People who aren't Paradox Interactive fans won't like this, people who are into their grand strats will have a feeling that something's missing in this game to call it grand strategy. It's just a short war simulator.
Summary: I played Victoria 2 and A lot of things were not so great in that game. I thought they had improved with March of Eagles but i was mostly wrong. I only experience minor bugs like text fails and a few graphic ones in between. But the AI is maybe even worse.