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Europa Universalis 3

Leonardo Noto
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Europa Universalis 3

Postby Leonardo Noto » Fri January 27th, 2012, 5:14 pm

If you're looking for a great historical simulation game, check out Europa Universalis 3. The game spans from 1300 to the Napoleonic Wars and it's about as historically accurate as a good history book. The game play is very easy to learn. I thought that I'd share this because I recently got hooked and I can't stop playing! I'd say that it compares favorably with my other favorite games, the Civilization series, which is saying a lot.

Leonardo Noto

Author: The Life of a Colonial Fugitive.

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Postby fljustice » Fri January 27th, 2012, 7:46 pm

Thanks for the rec! I'm a big Civ fan.
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Leonardo Noto
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Another good one

Postby Leonardo Noto » Sat January 28th, 2012, 8:17 pm

Another good one is Hearts of Iron II. It's a WWII simulation that is fun to play if you're into really technical games. The game play is quite a bit slower than Civ or Europa Universalis but the detail is truely remarkable. There's actually a Hearts of Iron III as well but I haven't played it yet.

Leonardo Noto
Author: The Life of a Colonial Fugitive.


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