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Europa Universalis III Chronicles (PC CD)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
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4.4 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Play any historical nation between 1399 and 1820 to build your Empire through the use of exploration, trade, warfare and diplomacy.
  • Highly detailed and interactive countries and cities allow you control over the development of your Empire.
  • Co-operative multiplayer over LAN or Internet for up to 32 players
  • Engage in the thriving Europa Universalis III online community: download modifications to add to the gameplay, find friends to play online
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B004O6MO3M
  • Release Date: 1 April 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,216 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Europa Universalis III: Chronicles includes the award-winning epic strategy game where players take control of a nation and guide it through the ages to become a dominant global empire. Unparalleled in its depth and historical accuracy, Europa Universalis gives players the freedom to rule any nation from an impressive choice of over 250 countries.

Europa Universalis III: Chronicles also brings the expansion packs Heir to the Throne and Divine Wind to retail shelves for the first time, deepening the experience and extending an already robust playing time.


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Europa Universalis III is what I would consider a masterstroke amongst games. It is something that, as far as I know, has a fairly unique play style, and one which keeps you extremely interested. As someone who enjoys strategy games, Europa Universalis III was a bit of an odd buy for me - It was something much more in depth than I had ever played before. It was already old then, but it appealed to me, and it has easily outlasted many other games on my shelf.

The basis of the game is to manage a country of your choice, from anywhere in the world, from 1399 to 1821. You can choose from an absolutely massive stack of around 250 countries - anyone from England, France and Spain, to Ming- China, the Ottoman Empire and the Aztecs. The player has complete control over their state, no matter big or small. They manage construction, diplomacy, the discovery and colonisation of the Americas, religion, trading, miliary and perhaps a million other things. I really appreciate the game's ability to allow you to focus your country in whatever way you want. If you want to make Denmark a naval superpower with a huge navy, you can focus your entire country into it; or if you want to take the Ottomans on a rampage, converting Europe piece by piece to Islam, then you can.

The way the game is both historic and ahistoric is also one of the greatest balances I have ever seen. When you are selecting a country to play, you can choose from any single day over the 422 years of gameplay, and the map will show the exact (as far as we know) layout of each and every country on the map at that time. One day a country will exist, and the second you press the forward day button, it is gone. History down to a pinpoint.
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This is very accurate strategical game, in which you can choose any nation of the world between 1399 and 1820. Once a country is chosen you govern its politics, economics, internal and foreign affairs and can even lead it through wars (Imperial, colonial, succession). I advise the player to go through all the tutorial stages, as gameplay can be confusing and overwhelming at first. The tutorials explain everything really well.
But be warned! This game can become very addictive and time-consuming. But it is most certainly worthwhile if you're a fan of historical-strategy games.
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This game is by far one of the best I've ever played. Branded "the thinking man's Total War" i'd advise anyone with an interest in history/alternative history to check this out.
A bonus is the Paradox community. Once you've bought the game go check out the excellent fan-made mods that are available on the Paradox forums.
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Words can not describe how brilliant this game is. In this genre you have this or the Total War series. Total war focuses more on the military aspects where you can control your troops and battles. Europa offers more with regards to politics, economics and is generally a more satisfying and fuller gaming experience. Now I love both the Total War games and Europa, so I would thoroughly recommend these games. Total war may be a nicer and visually better looking game, however Europa is far more challenging, there are more in game options, countries and policies. Ultimately Europa has a lot more substance in comparison with Total War.
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I bought this for my 13 year old son who likes to play Civilization - any edition available. He judges this to be a great game, good graphics and fun to play. The price is very attractive as most strategy games are priced much higher.
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Much better than IV, they tinkered too much, should have made an expansion with this map and systems, but with the improved Americas, incredibly addictive if you fancy yourself a strategist. Pick your route, warlord, diplomat, trader....the choice is yours here, if you have the patience then you have infinite gameplay really
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This is by far the most in-depth campaign strategy game my son has played with amazing historical accuracy. He would certainly recommend it: it is definitely a match for the legendary Total War genre (excluding Rome Total War: no game will match it). You can play as anyone! ANYONE! Milan, Republic of Venice, Poland, Novgorod, Timurids, Creek, Aztec Empire, England, France, Bourbonais, Denmark: anyone! It brings history alive and, though at first it may seem very complex - does not take long to get into and build an empire! My son loves it.
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