Summary: Don't bother. I bought this for 29.99 last week and I lost interest quickly. I should have bought it a year ago on Steam when the price was $1.99!!!! This portrays the Victorian Age in a cartoonish fashion, with warfare as an afterthought.
Summary: This strategy game I wouldn't even call a strategy game. The HUD is amateurish and it lacks even a little bit of complexity. There are still a long list of bugs that haven't been addressed, even to this day, and support for the game is lacking.
Summary: A very good game (after the patches). Deep economic system easy to learn the basics but still not easy to master. The only weak point for me that remains after the last patches is the Diplomatic system with its few choices
Summary: I sincerely wish I hadn't bought this, thanks to the no refunds policy for steam. Terrible clashing, clunky, stuttery graphics. There might be some lovely gameplay there but I haven't found it..
Summary: It is a poor attempt at a strategy game. Compared with all the other similar games in Paradox's lineup this is one of the ones that simply fails to deliver. With graphics and UI that looks like an amateur's job in Photoshop. Coupled with the fact that this game is complex.
Summary: This is the latest game in a long line of superb turn based war games made by Ageod (Paradox France). Pride of nations is set in the Victorian / Industrial Age between 1850 and 1920. The game focuses on leading one of eight nations to glory through warfare, colonization, diplomacy and trading.
Summary: This game runs extremely slowly even on high end PCs. The map is extremely slow unless you are playing a country outside of
europe. Each turn takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete. So when you finish your
turn, you may as well go find something else to do.